The Future of MDN, Prettier TS and CSS support, WebAssembly, and more
Building MDN into a world class repository of high quality Web documentation is one of the most valuable things Mozilla has done for Web developers. Now we’re looking to double-down on that work, and solidify MDN as the single best resource for Web docs.
Prettier is an opinionated code formatter.
We’re pleased to announce that WebKit has a full WebAssembly implementation.
Upgrading from Node 6 to Node 8: a real-world performance comparison | David Gilbertson, Hacker Noon
Node 8 is out, did you hear? And it’s faster, or so they say. But without any numbers, ‘faster’ is just letters.
Node.js 8 has a new utility function:
util.promisify(). It converts a callback-based function to a Promise-based one.
How to use spawn(), exec(), execFile(), and fork()
We have a React application made of dozens of components. After working with CSS modules for a while, we decided to give styled-components a try.
Find out why the team at MeetSpace decided to build their app without a front-end framework, and what the pros and cons of a frameworkless back end are.
PreactJS is a fast 3kB alternative to React with the same ES6 API
A comparison between the two on-boarding processes
This page is a comprehensive reference of Chrome DevTools features related to analyzing performance.