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Promises are great to work with! Or so does your fellow developer at work says.
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In the news
The team wanted to start a new tradition by giving each of their major releases a codename! There are so many new things in webpack 4, that they can’t all be listed or this post would last forever.
Electron 2.0 beta is out with a bunch of updates.
React Native is now licensed under MIT, just like React.
Tools & libraries
Flipping awesome animations - A tiny library (and collection of adapters) for implementing FLIP transitions easily.

JavaScript library for handling Force Touch, 3D Touch, and Pointer Pressure.

Tutorials & guides
This article provides an overview of the concepts, technologies and coding techniques involved with running test scripts against browsers automatically using WebDriverJS on Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge.

Covers what’s new in ECMAScript 2018 and ECMAScript 2019.
One of my favorite features from C# (Called Null Conditional Operator in C#) may be coming to JavaScript soon!

Laws can change attitudes, and changed attitudes can change how we act.

For beginners
A resource with detailed instructions for the common problems beginner React.js learners usually face
Hello from the server side
While very controversial, the new npm release 5.7.0 brings some amazing features which will have noticeable positive impact on your development workflow!
A login form with an SVG avatar that responds to the input in the email field.


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