JavaScript

Introduction to WebAssembly: The Magic of Native Code in Web Apps

WebAssembly might have the potential to reshape the entire web development landscape — just like JavaScript when it was introduced back in 1995. In this article, we will explore what WebAssembly is, why is it groundbreaking, and how it can be used.

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React Hooks + RxJS or How React Is Meant to Be

In this article, we will explore how the RxJS and React combo allows for better readability and less boilerplate. Additionally, we will examine how they allow the the same functionality as the popular state management frameworks even though they aren't frameworks themselves.

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Monthly Digest of the Most Popular JS Github Repositories

In the following blog post, we’ll cover the most popular GitHub JavaScript repositories as of July 2019.

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Are Coding Bootcamps Worth Your Time? Yes — with the Right Approach

Are coding bootcamps actually worth your time, money, and effort? In this article, we’ll address these questions and take a closer look at this problem from both sides — we’ll discuss the benefits, but we’ll also explore the pitfalls and problems you might encounter when attending bootcamps.

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Ultimate Reading List for Developers | 40 Web Development Books

In this reading list, we’ll cover such subjects as pure coding and programming (with a separate group of books on JavaScript), design and usability, leadership and management, public speaking and accessibility, software development, engineering, and architecture.

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Introduction to Micro Frontends: The New Tech on the Block

Like with all powerful technologies, micro frontends often cause confusion among developers, as evidenced by the ever so popular search queries like “What are micro frontends?” It may be tempting to try and ignore it, but then you’ll be missing out on the amazing opportunities that micro frontends provide — after all, they’re not just a hip trend to follow. In this article, we’ll explore what micro frontends are, what benefits they can bring, how they can be used, and what caveats and pitfalls they pose.

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Introduction to the Best Code Playgrounds: JSFiddle, Codepen, and CodeSandbox

With the advancements in JavaScript in the latest years, creating, editing, and running code is no longer constrained to offline editors running on the developer’s computer; nowadays, we can run our code in online environments called “playgrounds” — and there’s quite a lot of advantages of using them.

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5 Best JavaScript Conferences to Attend in 2019

With web development being an incredibly popular domain, there’s no shortage of relevant events, meetups, and cons for web developers to gather. Still, with an abundance of conferences to choose from, developers often feel overwhelmed: which one to choose and attend? Which one to watch on YouTube?

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Yarn vs. npm in 2019: Choosing the Right Package Manager for the Job

In this article, we’ll thoroughly explore both Yarn and npm, all the while answering these questions: What are their key features? What advantages and disadvantages do they have? How are their workflows organized? Let’s find out!

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Best Udemy Online Courses to Learn JavaScript, React, Angular, and Node [Only Those Updated in 2019]

In case you're looking for complete, detailed, high-rated Udemy courses covering subjects like web development, JavaScript, React, Node, or Angular, then this article is a goldmine of suggestions for some of the best courses on Udemy. 

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