— Scott Tolinski (@stolinski) April 25, 2019
📬 Email digests on JS, Node and React:
In the community, everyone seems to swear by this newsletter, so it’s definitely worth checking it out and subscribing.
It will help you keep track of your social accounts
(if you like it then you should put an upvote on it💍)https://t.co/ds7Q7JEQOT
— Sid (@siddharthkp) April 30, 2019
Brief description: This is another newsletter by Sid, which he has only recently started, that’s fully focused on React and nothing else. In the latest issues, he talked about React App 3.0, React Hooks (which seems to be Sid’s favorite topic), and design systems. He doesn’t always write himself, on the contrary, he provides links to talks by others, as well as shares interesting and important articles on the subject.
Tyler McGinnis Newsletter
“No one gets plumber’s block. They simply do plumbing. Creativity is work. It’s not the muse or lightning or the result of burning incense. I write daily because I’m a professional and this is what I do.”
— Tyler McGinnis (@tylermcginnis) April 20, 2019
Kent C. Dodds Newsletter
— Kent C. Dodds (@kentcdodds) April 29, 2019
Chris Biscardi Newsletter
— :party-corgi: (@chrisbiscardi) April 25, 2019
Front End Focused
Wes Bos newsletter
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— Wes Bos (@wesbos) April 15, 2019
Daily: Curated Dev News
— Daily (@dailynowco) April 30, 2019
Brief description: this is not exactly a newsletter per se, rather it’s a browser extension where you pick up hashtags of technologies you’re interested in and receive daily curated news just by clicking on an extension in your browser. All articles are gleaned from various Medium publications, as well as dev.to Actually, having browsed through some of the suggested articles, I found many interesting and helpful things, not to mention people who write all the stuff.
— Vue.js Developers (@vuejsdevelopers) April 30, 2019
Brief description: The blog along with its corresponding newsletter aims to help web professionals level up their skills and expertise of Vue.js. There are a number of video courses, tutorials, regular updates on anything that happens in Vue community. The recent issue of the newsletter covered such topics as debugging templates in Vue.js, testing a Vue App with Jest and Travis CI, handling dialogs with Vue Router, and more.
🦄 Vue Tips Overload #4 🦄
Did you know that @vuejs makes very easy to apply CSS transitions?
— VueDose (@VueDose) April 18, 2019
Brief description: Created by Alex Jover, Vue Community Partner, and Google Dev Expert, who’s very experienced in building web apps, training, and consulting web developers. Alex is also an author of the book called Testing Vue.js components with Jest, as well as a teacher and author of several courses and articles on egghead.io and alligator.io. Every week Alex sends you tips on Vue ecosystem, news and valuable tips and tricks to save you time, so that you don’t have to search for it anywhere else, but your mailbox.
Brief description: Just like with any other newsletters from Cooperpress, there’re the latest articles on the subject, a job board, tutorials, and recommended tools. Issue 135, which was out April 24, featured articles on Application State Management with React, React.js Boilerplate 4.0, etc. If you’re into the events and conferences happening in React, then this newsletter covers them as well.
— Pony Foo (@ponyfoo) April 25, 2019
Flavio Copes Newsletter
Just sent my new, free CSS Handbook as a nice present to my email list subscribers 🎁📚
— Ŧʟᴀᴠɪᴏ (@flaviocopes) April 23, 2019
Official Vue.js News
🎉 @vuejs News #138 🚀
📖 Read or 🎧 listen to the podcast: https://t.co/jT7DYNcwT8
— Official Vue.js News (@VueNewsletter) April 17, 2019
Brief description: The Vue.js News project is an official news source on Vue.js library, and surrounding topics and issues. The aim of the project is to provide information that will help developers grow, learn, and succeed in their careers while using the latest Vue.js techniques and tools. You’ll read everything from who joins Vue core team, news within the community, to extensive tutorials on using Vue.js and its newest features.
This Week in React!
Brief description: If you want to follow updates on React, then this might be one of the best places. Without anything unnecessary, each issue dives into a particular React update that you need to be aware of. The latest issue covers React Docs Localizations Updates, Experimental React Flare Updates, and Experimental DevTools Updates.
Go Make Things
ABL The Problem Solver
Main focus: React
Brief description: To get a glimpse into past issues, I recommend going through this archive to see if that’s what you need. The Problem Solver React newsletter is basically an aggregation on all news React, including articles from various sources. For example, in the latest issue, there’s some stuff on React Hooks from Netlify, Youtube video of a conference talk from React Amsterdam from Michele Bertoli, some medium articles from a few different publications.
— ESnextNews (@ESnextNews) April 29, 2019
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