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Remixing a new way to build full-stack JavaScript apps

#​566 — November 26, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Remix: A Newly Open Sourced React-Based Framework for Web Apps — Remix has been around for over a year as ‘sponsorware’ but after picking up a lot of ardent supporters (and $3m of seed funding) the project has now been opened up. Bringing modern...

Etsy's journey to TypeScript

#​565 — November 19, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Understanding Why a Build Got 15x Slower with Webpack 5 — Two engineers began to encounter their front-end build process taking minutes rather than seconds and wondered what was up. This is their brief yet technical explanation of how they debugged...

'Moving more and more into a post-React world.'

#​564 — November 12, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly 'Rust is the Future of JavaScript Infrastructure' — It’s an opinion but the growing evidence is compelling. Rust (as well as Go) is now being heavily used to replace parts of the JavaScript tooling ecosystem that might have otherwise been written...

Angular 13, V8 9.7, and Puppeteer 11

#​563 — November 5, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Chrome's New Feature to Record and Replay User Flows — It’s only a preview feature in Canary builds right now, but Chrome is adding a new Recorder panel to its DevTools which lets you record and replay a string of actions on a page (including...

A quick way to clean up node_modules folders

#​562 — October 29, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Tabulator 5.0: An Interactive Table and Data Grid Library — Supports all major browsers and can be used with Angular, Vue, and React if you wish. 5.0 is a big release boasting a complete rebuild, restructuring and moving to ES modules – see...

Gatsby 4 released

#​561 — October 22, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly What’s New in the Now Fully Released Gatsby 4 — Gatsby is a popular React-based open-source framework and v4 introduces new content rendering methods (such as Deferred Static Generation), React 18 future proofing, new build and deployment architecture,...

Parcel 2.0 released

#​560 — October 15, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Parcel v2 Released — Parcel, a fast zero-config webapp build tool, first came out in 2017 (issue 364!) and took the JavaScript world by storm. v2 is a full rewrite that takes the same principles from v1 but extends them to fit projects of ‘any...

Discussing Svelte with Rich Harris

#​559 — October 8, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly How Kent C Dodds Built a Modern Website in 2021 — Kent is well known in the JavaScript space from Testing JavaScript, Epic React and his popular webdev podcast, and he’s just completed a big effort to rebuild his entire Web presence using React,...

The JS logo is 10 years old

#​558 — October 1, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly A 'Self-Parking Car' in 500 Lines of Code — This is a fun one! Given a basic environment made up of virtual cars, can you train a genetic algorithm to have the cars park themselves? Yes. Here’s a live demo. Oleksii Trekhleb Bangle.js...

How to run third party scripts in a Web Worker

#​557 — September 24, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Partytown: Run Third-Party Scripts from a Web Worker — A clever (though experimental) library to let you relocate third party scripts into a Web Worker, yet the worker can perform synchronous main thread operations on the DOM using a rather...

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