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Nicolás Parada
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Tobias Koppers Nov 8
Ideas from Svelte applied to React.js... Compile React Components to native DOM operations to eliminate the react and react-dom runtime. Smaller and faster in many cases. Here is a proof of concept with explanations:
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Chrome Developers 2h
We wanted to cerebrate chrome's 10th birthday at 🎉 and baked a giant cake🎂, had audience sing with us, then... see how it ended... :dun dun dunnnnnnnnnnnnnn:💥
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Visual Studio Code 7h
The October update is here! 🥳 Multi-line search, multiple debug consoles and more! Check for updates or download now 👉 See what's new:
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Tania Rascia Nov 7
I wrote a tutorial on how to build an app with the new Hooks feature of
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Michael Tibben Nov 2
Some amazing work from , and the dev team - gqlgen is a next-level tool for creating graphql servers in
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Akveo Oct 31
🍾Today, we're pleased to announce the launch of Eva Icons. Eva Icons is a pack of 480 delightful, crafted symbols for common actions and items. Completely Open Source. Check it out or here How you do like our new Eva Icons style?
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Matt Bierner Nov 2
Published a extension pack that makes the built-in preview better match : Includes: - Styling - :emoji: - [X] checkboxes - Render yaml frontmatter as table
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Jon Chu Oct 31
First he came for you in your dreams... now he's coming for your code... A Night Share on Elm Street. Happy Halloween from the a-Live Share team! 👻👻👻
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Dan Abramov Oct 26
Learn all about Hooks from our keynote (me and ) and a deep dive by !
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CockroachDB Oct 30
Today we’re launching Managed CockroachDB, the fully hosted and fully managed service created and run by Cockroach Labs that makes deploying, scaling, and managing CockroachDB effortless.
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Jason Miller 🦊⚛ Oct 30
You should try using VSCode + checkJs and plain JavaScript. It's basically TypeScript with implicit `any`, but you don't have to write any types. And it understands JSDoc comments.
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イリヤ Oct 29
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gRPC Oct 24
grpc-web is GA! Grab it from . Huge thanks to everyone who participated in making this possible!
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Mozilla Hacks Oct 23
Shadow DOM, Custom Elements, a handy (variable) font editor panel in , reduced-motion CSS media queries — treat yourself to a spook-tacular brand new 63, available today! 🎃
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Chrome Developers Oct 22
🔥 The Intl.RelativeTimeFormat API enables localized formatting of relative times (e.g. “yesterday”, “42 seconds ago”, or “in 3 months”) without sacrificing performance. explains:
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Serg Hospodarets Oct 19
New DOM method added in Chrome and other browsers: "Element.toggleAttribute()" to toggle the existence of an element’s attribute, which removes the need of 3rd party libraries to process this depending on the attribute type.
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Serg Hospodarets Oct 18
Walt is a JavaScript-like syntax for WebAssembly text format-The goal is to make WebAssembly accessible to JavaScript Developers without overhead. 
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Gavin Sheridan Oct 16
Spot the robot dog dancing to UpTown Funk is simultaneously both terrifying and hilarious.
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CSS-Tricks Oct 15
If any part of a selector is invalid, it invalidates the whole selector. That's usually okay, but sometimes... not quite. Dive into the details:
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CSS-Tricks Oct 11
Flippin' burgers ::
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