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Ways to remove event listeners

#​624 — February 3, 2023 Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly You’ve Got Options for Removing Event Listeners — Unnecessary event listeners can cause all sorts of odd problems so it’s good to clean them up when you don’t need them anymore. How? There are several approaches and Alex looks at their pros and cons. (once is...

Astro 2.0 and TypeScript 5.0 beta

#​623 — January 27, 2023 Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Astro 2.0: The Next-Gen 'Islands'-Oriented Web Framework — 2.0 includes hybrid rendering (mixing of SSR and SSG outputs), type safety for Markdown & MDX, and an upgrade to Vite 4.0. Astro is worth exploring when performance is key as it works with popular...

Why document.write() is bad

#​622 — January 20, 2023 Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Why Not document.write()? — Many moons ago, document.write was a mainstay of client-side JavaScript code, but it's long been considered a bad practice – why? Harry digs in, noting that it “guarantees both a blocking fetch and a blocking execution, which holds...

Java-Script Jarre

#​621 — January 13, 2023 Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly The State of JS 2022 — The State of JS is one of the JavaScript ecosystem’s most popular surveys and this time 39,471 folks took part giving us a snapshot of the tools, technologies, and language features people are using (or not using!) There’s a lot to go through,...

Looking at both 2022 and 2023

#​620 — January 6, 2023 Read on the Web We're back for 2023 😀 As is our tradition, we're taking a quick look back at the past year – this time led by a few choice retrospectives, then followed by the most popular articles and tools included in JavaScript Weekly in 2022. There's sure to be some things you missed or want to revisit - enjoy!__Peter...

A new jQuery release for Xmas

#​619 — December 16, 2022 Read on the Web 🎄 This is the final issue of the year – we'll be back on January 6, 2023. We hope you have a fantastic holiday season, whether or not you are celebrating, and we'll see you for a look back at 2022 in the first week of January :-)__Peter Cooper and the Cooperpress team JavaScript Weekly ...

Vite 4.0 released

#​618 — December 9, 2022 Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Vite 4.0 Released — From the same creator as Vue.js, Vite is an exciting piece of frontend tooling offering lots of goodies out of the box: fast hot module replacement, instant server starts, optimized builds with Rollup, TypeScript and JSX support (more on why...

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#​617 — December 2, 2022 Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Speeding Up the JS Ecosystem, One Library at a Time — The JavaScript ecosystem is so reliant upon dependencies that there’s a lot of opportunity to speed up swathes of projects by fixing the smallest of inefficiencies. Here, one of Preact’s developers shares how he’s...

JavaScript Vocoder Puccini

#​616 — November 25, 2022 Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly The State of JavaScript 2022 Survey is Open — JavaScript’s most popular annual survey is open once again. The results (2021’s, for example) are always fascinating to see, so go share your knowledge so we can see where JavaScript is headed. There’s a ‘guest’...

Nuxt 3.0, TypeScript 4.9, Angular 15..

#​615 — November 18, 2022 Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly What’s So Great About Functional Programming? — If anyone has excitedly insisted you check out Elm, PureScript, Haskell or F#, they may have caught Functionitis™ and want you to catch it too. James, author of the forthcoming Skeptic’s Guide to Functional Programming...

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