If you use CSS in your daily work, your primary goal is probably focused around making things ‘look right’. You may not have realised it, but the visual results of CSS are often an indirect consequence of manipulating hidden properties.
This week, Facebook merged a monster pull request into React that replaced its existing build process with one based on Rollup, prompting several people to ask ‘why did you choose Rollup over webpack’?
In this article we’ll take a look at regular expressions improvements in and after ES6. We’ll discuss the /y, /u, and /s flags, named capture groups, unicode property escapes, lookbehind assertions, and String#matchAll.
Node.js 6.6.0 added a sporadically useful bug/feature: logging unhandled promise rejections to the console by default. There are a lot of nasty gotchas with unhandled rejections. That's why Node.js gives you a mechanism for globally handling unhandled rejections.