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Nicolás Parada
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Dan Abramov 21h
I wrote this in an issue for a library that shipped uncompiled experimental syntax (class properties) in its npm entry point. The specific library isn’t important: if you maintain one, please read this. Don’t ship non-standard code to npm: it hurts the ecosystem!
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Chrome Developers Jun 18
JavaScript modules are now supported in all major browsers!   and explain: 🔥 how to use JS modules 🚀 how to deploy JS modules responsibly ⭐️ what’s next for JS modules  
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JSConf EU Jun 18
Replying to @Rich_Harris
💻 Computer, build me an app Watch 's talk about a new generation of featherweight JS frameworks
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Nicolás Parada Jun 18
Replying to @flaviocopes
I like to use link.setAttribute('aria-current', 'page') for this.
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Lee Byron Jun 14
Replying to @freiksenet
Strong agree. GraphQL Errors were originally intended to capture exceptional events (like a db down). Form validation is hardly exceptional. Anything that’s expected state should be modeled in the domain!
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Tin Rabzelj Jun 13
Using GraphQL with Microservices in Go
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Estefannie Jun 7
Software engineering
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Andrea Giammarchi Jun 8
somebody PR'd me a typo on the README ̣md saying "NodeJS is written as Node.js" and all I can think after is: "You're damn right indeed! Too bad some is pushing to making it Node.mjs" 😅
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Go Jun 7
🎉 Go 1.10.3 and 1.9.7 are released! 🗣 Announcement:
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JSConf EU Jun 6
9 years after releasing node.js at , Ryan Dahl is back on stage and talks about “10 Things I Regret About Node.js“
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Visual Studio Code Jun 6
It's time for another release ☀️👉 The May update is here 😸🎉 Download: and see what's new:
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Alex Russell Jun 5
ICYMI, 's article on why PWA != SPA is a must-read:
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Inclusive Components Jun 4
📢 NEW component: A card 💪 Semantic HTML 💪 :focus-within 💪 CSS Grid 💪 And more...
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Matt Layher Jun 2
This article by titled "Go for Industrial Programming" is a must-read if you're working with systems! Can't wait for the video!
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Nicolás Parada Jun 2
Replying to @_egoistlily
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Stefan Nilsson May 30
Useful fact № 62. Sometimes it’s more convenient to synchronize data access by explicit locking instead of using channels.
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Golang Weekly May 31
Deno: A Secure TypeScript Runtime on V8 6.8 -
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イリヤ May 31
'Cold' Painting Process GIF! You can support me for more steps, videos, PSDs, high-res versions here:
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Serg Hospodarets May 31
Chrome DevTools started showing the autocomplete drop-down with available CSS Custom Properties for the current element. Which makes debugging/theming development much easier.
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Chrome Developers May 29
🎥 At & chatted to about developing a11y features for Chrome, and CSS :focus-visible. Watch the series here ➡️
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