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How V8 continues to get faster

#526 — February 19, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Announcing Vite 2.0 — Vite is a build tool aimed at giving you a faster development experience by providing a dev server with hot module replacement support, and Rollup- and esbuild-powered bundling and building. Evan You V8's...

Eich shares his full JavaScript story

#525 — February 12, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly ▶  JavaScript's Creator Brendan Eich Shares The Full Story of JavaScript — Lex Fridman is an AI researcher who’s becoming well known for high quality interviews with some of the greatest minds of our time and here he talks with Brendan Eich about...

How GitHub keeps its new homepage fast

#524 — February 5, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Making GitHub’s New Homepage Fast and Performant — If you’re not logged in, GitHub’s new homepage is essentially a laundry list of GitHub’s features (with screenshots, videos, etc.) coupled with a live updating 3D globe of GitHub activity. This...

undefined vs null in JavaScript

#523 — January 29, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly TOAST UI Chart 4.0 Released — A MIT licensed chart library equally suited for vanilla JavaScript, Vue or React use cases. It’s responsive, easy to theme, and now dependency free meaning it clocks in at just 67KB gzipped. It now supports live updating...

What impact could modern JS have on your users?

#522 — January 22, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly The JavaScript 'Rising Stars' of 2020 — Fingers crossed this is our final ‘look back’ at 2020, but the ‘Best of JS Rising Stars’ roundup comes out at the start of each year and shows off the fastest growing JavaScript tools and projects over...

The State of JS 2020 survey results

#521 — January 15, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly The State of JS 2020 Survey Results — 23,765 people from 137 countries took part in the recent State of JS survey and while there are some common criticisms of the project, the results are nonetheless interesting and we’ll be digging into some...

The top tools, stories, and resources of the past year.

#520 — January 8, 2021 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web 👋 We're back! Usually we end the year by looking back at the biggest items of the year, but December was so busy that we've decided to leave it till now :-) If you didn't see every issue last year (and you probably didn't!) you should find a few things in this issue that will...

Welcome to JavaScriptLandia?

#519 — December 18, 2020 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly JavaScriptLandia: The OpenJS Foundation's 'Individual Supporter Program' — A new initiative launched by the OpenJS Foundation and several prominent JavaScript community members which lets you express your support for the JavaScript ecosystem....

Making JavaScript executables with Deno

#518 — December 11, 2020 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly The 'Import on Interaction' Pattern — You know what’s faster than loading lots of front-end code? Not loading it. You can then ‘lazy-load’ non-critical resources when the user needs to actually use them. Addy Osmani digs in deep as to how this...

Happy 25th birthday, JavaScript

#517 — December 4, 2020 Unsubscribe  |  Read on the Web ✍️ Sometimes we have weak issues, sometimes we have strong issues.. I think this is one of the latter! Lots of both fun and useful stuff here, from a JavaScript driven mannequin(!) to a fantastic serverless use case many of us could benefit from. Enjoy!__Peter Cooper, your editor ...

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