DevTools in Chrome 60, memory leaks in Node, Vue, and progressive apps
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Welcome! Here's what's new in DevTools in Chrome 60. You can check what version of Chrome you're running at chrome://version.
Recently, there was a lot of fuss on Twitter regarding the current state of ES modules, especially in Node.js, which decided to introduce *.mjs as file extension. The fear and uncertainty is understandable since the topic is complex and following the discussions takes a high degree of effort and dedication.
In this video you'll learn two new ways to create variables in ES6 (ES2015). They are const and let. To better do that, we'll compare var with let and const by diving into function vs block scope, variable hoisting, and immutability.
This post is not as wild as, say, YouMightNotNeedJS.com, but it does elaborate on transpilation, and explains why it may not be as necessary in the near future.
Tracking down memory leaks with Node.js has always been a challenge. The following discusses how to track memory leaks in a Node application using Node’s --inspect flag and the two awesome node modules – memwatch and heapdump.
Node.js streams have a reputation for being hard to work with, and even harder to understand. Well I’ve got good news for you — that’s no longer the case.
This article is part of a serie that aims to build a basic but complete Progressive Web Application with VueJs, Webpack & Material Design, step-by-step and from scratch.
Over the last 6 months, I’ve been building Rizer, a mobile app that allows users to judge photo battles from multiple categories (currently Animals, Babies, Food, Funny, Men, Nature, and Women) as…
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