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Nicolás Parada
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Codrops 20h
Web Design & Development News: Collective #509 | Codrops
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GitHub Apr 17
Share your repo. Promote your project. Upload an image to put the spotlight on your repository! 🌟
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Chrome Developers Apr 16
🎥 New HTTP 203! and CHANGE THE WEB (well, they edit a web standard). Including: ➡️ Proposing a feature. ➡️ Reading web standards. ➡️ Writing web platform tests. Watch here:
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Alex Edwards Apr 16
Yesterday I put up a new blog post giving an overview of tools (you can read it here: ). There was some new (for me) stuff I found out while writing it, so here's a quick tweet-thread summary of what I learned...
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Nicolás Parada Apr 16
Replying to @ajmedwards
Impressive. Thank you very much.
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Ryan Florence Apr 13
Persisting state with ... a variable. We do a lot of "just one more thing" kind of demos at our workshops to show off React's UI paradigm, and this is one of them:
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Damian Gryski Mar 1
My collection of idiomatic resources
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Golangbot Apr 11
We have started a new tutorial series. Creating a resumable file uploader in Go using tus protocol.
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Slides Apr 10
You asked for it! Presenting code is now even more powerful with support for step-by-step highlights! ✨
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ahmet alp balkan Apr 9
👟Google launches “Cloud Run”. It’s the serverless containers-as-a-service you’ve been waiting for. With a “single command“, you will go from a container image to: 🚀 a fully-managed autoscaling app 🌍 running on a public domain name 🔐 with a Let's Encrypt TLS certificate.
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John Hardy Apr 9
A reminder of what's possible. Zero dependency FTW
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Kostas Apr 4
Whoever is writing the release notes for deserves a medal. Top notch work
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CommitStrip Apr 1
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まいどみど Mar 31
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mat_ryer_test.go Mar 29
If you hang your handlers off a struct, you can explicitly share dependencies: type server struct { db SomeDatabase auth AuthStuff } func (s *server) handleSomething(w http.ResponseWriter, r *http.Request) { // do stuff using deps via s } 😙👌
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sMyle Mar 27
The new ESM implementation just landed in core Still behind a flag, still work to be done... but an amazing accomplishment. Thank you so much everyone who has helped with getting this over the finish line.
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mat_ryer_test.go Mar 27
Unpopular opinion: I have no problem whatsoever repeating ‘if err != nil’ all the time in . In fact, the pattern becomes a glanceable way to see the places where your code can error. I can usually see, quite quickly, if errors are being ignored because of the shape of code
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Nicolás Parada Mar 27
Very helpful. Great work 👍
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Marco Franssen Mar 26
Check out my latest blog post on and . I also included a nice example using docker-compose.
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mat_ryer_test.go Mar 26
I don’t code Go often (I do) but when I do (often) I code in a magical forest (I don’t). Remember to go outside from time to time, it’s good for you and that.
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