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Nicolás Parada
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Netlify Aug 14
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Mat Ryer 22h
There are a few things in that I remember learning but that I never really use, here's my talk on the subject at Gotham Go (on Broadway in New York City)
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Guillermo Rauch Aug 14
Go is the perfect language for distributed systems. It's also the best option for CLI programs. It's secure and self-contained. You could argue a Go binary *is* a serverless container already, which means `Dockerfile` is relegated to just a build system.
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Damian Gryski Aug 13
"Things in I never use" The always entertaining at GothamGo
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Surma Aug 13
This is why I think dynamic import w/ code splitting is so good: Code will only be loaded if the browser needs it — without making the rest of your code base more complicated. (Shoutout to for an importable, typed streams polyfill)
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Justin Fagnani Aug 9
Looks like Firefox is making progress on dynamic import()! One of these upcoming releases (63, 64?) is going to have full Web Components and modules support 😎
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Intent To Ship Aug 10
Gecko: Intent to Ship: Shadow DOM and Custom Elements
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Peter Beverloo Aug 8
We're now rolling out support for native notifications in Chrome 68 using the Windows 10 Action Center—super exciting! Would love to hear your feedback!
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Auth0 Aug 7
Get a grasp of what software development feels like when using domain-driven design, event sourcing, and CQRS as the base ✨ → 👩‍💻
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Perttu Ristimella ☃️ Aug 7
“Line of sight in code” by Defaulting to "happy path" coding or the "Line of Sight", has in my experience resulted into way more readable code. No need to remember the level of ifs one is reading currently.
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Tobias Reich Jul 27
Neat CSS property value: `pointer-events: visiblePainted` can be used to only make the SVG path interactive.
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Justin Fagnani Jul 26
This is a great thread that reinforces why it's time to publish standard JS modules and ES2017 source to npm. Let applications decide what browsers to support and what expensive Babel transforms to run. Libraries don't need to, and shouldn't.
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Matt Bierner Jul 26
Another super useful refactoring from the team: convert to namespace import Works for and in the latest insiders builds
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CSS-Tricks Jul 24
Guidelines for Brutalist Web Design
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Mislav Marohnić Jul 25
We’re finally finished removing jQuery from frontend. What did we replace it with? No framework whatsoever: • querySelectorAll, • fetch for ajax, • delegated-events for event handling, • polyfills for standard DOM stuff, • CustomElements on the rise.
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Intent To Ship Jul 24
Blink: Intent to Implement: Badging API
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Tit Petric 🛡️ Jul 24
What does it take to write great Go code? Read on:
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Tin Rabzelj Jul 23
N+1 Queries in GraphQL Using PostgreSQL Window Functions
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Intent To Ship Jul 20
Blink: Intent to Implement: Portals
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Nicolás Parada Jul 20
Last part in the series Building a Messenger App: Conversation Page
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