GraphQL is getting more popular each day among React developers. It is said to be making front-end development convenient and resilient. The community is building client and server side tools each day for making GraphQL easy to use. Hasura brings us ...Show More
Today I'd like to introduce you to Bitbucket Pipelines, a continuous integration and continuous delivery cloud service that I've been using quite a lot lately. Personally, I find Bitbucket Pipelines extremely useful for several reasons...
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The other day I got to watch a few talks from JSConf Asia 2018 on Youtube. There are 39 of them in the playlist, so I picked a random one. And I got so lucky I just had to make this episode about it! The talk was "In the Loop" by Jake Archibald.
Quick overview of Prettier - an opinionated code formatter (ES2017, JSX, Flow, TypeScript, CSS, ...) and my experience of integration Prettier with Idea (PhpStorm/WebStorm).
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Latest posts in webpack blog, egghead courses on Cycle.js and Error Boundaries, StackBlitz — an Online VS Code IDE for Angular & React, transpiler from Polymer or Vue to Preact, npmtrends.com graphs of downloads React vs Angular vs Vue.
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Some of the latest news from the Preact world: the mobile version of Uber website uses Preact as well as the new Transformers promo site, and the author of Preact gave a great talk called "Preact: Into the void 0" at JSConf EU 2017. I will also share...Show More
This week Dan Abramov asked his Twitter audience: “What would you want the React team to focus on in the next 6 months? Reply with a new thing, or Iike existing replies”. This request inspired a massive thread of a few hundred tweets...
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- React Amsterdam 2017
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Mark Erikson, one of Redux contributors, has published an article in his Idiomatic Redux series: "The Tao of Redux, Part 1 - Implementation and Intent." Thoughts on what Redux requires, how Redux is intended to be used, and what is possible with Redu...Show More