A look at how your choice of modules and bundler can affect load performance, complete with benchmarks comparing browserify, webpack, rollup and closure.
Explaining the different ways of evaluating code in the browser and introducing a tiny library that can execute strings of code in a secure, sandboxed environment.
Setting up a new React app properly can be tricky. This walkthrough goes through setting up Webpack, Babel, hot reloading, i18n, and more properly.
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Be careful not to jump out of the callback hell frying pan and into the deeply-nested promises fire. Here’s a look at how it can happen and how it can be resolved.
It’s now possible to develop native applications for Ubuntu using Web technologies via React Native.
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A guide to moving from Angular 1.x style controllers to Angular 2 component classes.
A thorough walkthrough.
Brian Holt (Netflix) introduces you to React plus surrounding ecosystem including: Redux for state management, React Router for navigation and more.
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Explains about the event loop and the differences between timing techniques using approaches like
setTimeout and Promises.
Learn to improve your responsive designs through these simple & powerful grids & learn 6 new layout patterns.
Developing build tools for creating homebrew Nintendo games. Useful to few of us but always fun to see projects like this.
Fritz van Deventer
Write JS to do things in the browser when triggered by the keyboard.
It’s not getting great reviews on Hacker News though.
Prolog-style declarative programming functions for JS.
Mehmet Burak Erman
The fastest in-browser CSV parser available, plus it can cope with multi-gigabyte sources.