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Getting animated

🇺🇦 #​590 — May 20, 2022 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Sliderland: A Minimalist Coding Playground — No obvious top feature this week so I’m leading with a little project I’ve enjoyed playing with. It’s a slider-style visualization you can code with simple formulas (check out this one). The code is...

19 hours of D3.js??

🇺🇦 #​589 — May 13, 2022 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Using Google's CrUX to Compare Performance of JS Frameworks — Chrome User Experience Report (CrUX) is a dataset of user experience metrics collected from real world Chrome users and it’s possible to use it to analyze and compare the performance...

Make JS faster with even more JS

🇺🇦 #​588 — May 6, 2022 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly How Partytown Eliminates Website Bloat From Third-Party Scripts — As well as being the name of my house, Partytown is also a library for moving the execution of scripts into the background via Web Workers thus speeding up your main thread. Why does...

Let's build a JavaScript bundler

🇺🇦 #​587 — April 29, 2022 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Four Eras of JavaScript Frameworks — While the pre-2012 history is a bit fuzzy given the author’s experiences, this is a nice retrospective and attempt to break down the history of JavaScript frameworks into four eras, each of which builds upon...

Node.js 18, WebAssembly 2.0, and Ember 4.3

🇺🇦 #​586 — April 22, 2022 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web Lots of bits and pieces this week like running JavaScript on MS-DOS(!?), a deep dive on a V8 optimization, writing React apps on top of Ruby on Rails, a JS runtime for a tiny microcontroller, and, oh, a huge Node release.. JavaScript Weekly Lexical: An Extensible...

On function composition in JavaScript

🇺🇦 #​585 — April 15, 2022 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly JS Function Composition: What’s The Big Deal? — James’ articles on JavaScript fundamentals have been very popular over the years, so it’s great to see a new one focusing on a common activity: function composition — “Why, then, do functional programmers...

Format JavaScript as the Romans do?

#​584 — April 8, 2022 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Veni, vidi, formatae! Announcing Rome Formatter: Super Fast JavaScript Formatting — Rome is an ambitious project that sets out to replace a lot of JS tools in one hit. But Rome wasn’t built in a day, so they’re unveiling their take on Prettier-esque...

Time to get decorating

#​583 — April 1, 2022 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web 🤞 Fingers crossed, but unless we've been successfully pranked ourselves, this is an April Fools' prank free zone! Sorry if you like a bit of frivolity on April 1st, but completeness and accuracy come before entertainment here. Boring, I know, but we don't stand a chance against YouTube or video...

React 18 due any day now..

#​582 — March 25, 2022 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Parcel v2.4.0 Released: The Zero Config Build Tool — Parcel’s new CSS parser and compiler – Parcel CSS – now makes it into the main Parcel build tool as the default CSS transformer and minifier. There is more, of course: CSS Color Level 4 support,...

Getting creative with JavaScript

#​581 — March 18, 2022 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Shader Park: Create Interactive 2D and 3D Shaders with JavaScript — An open source Web-based platform, community, and library for simplifying the mystifying world of shaders and GPUs by letting you create them procedurally with JavaScript. Lots...

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