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A common misconception about async/await in JavaScript
With promises we write asynchronous code that emulates synchronous code but with async/await we write asynchronous code that looks like synchronous code. As a consequence this often leads to misconception.
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In the news
Due to the lack of active contribution, the maintainer is archiving the project soon.

Tools & libraries
A functional, lightweight alternative to bluebird.js, built with async / await in mind.
A light-weight, no-dependency, vanilla JavaScript engine to drive the user's focus across the page

A React table library using CSS Grid Layout

Tutorials & guides
Push Notifications are very common in the mobile world. For one reason or another, they made their entrance into the web pretty late, even though it has been a feature highly requested by developers.
In a traditional web stack, where CSS and markup files are independent, we applied styles using selectors that target DOM elements and classes. Those selectors have infinite inheritance thanks to the cascading part of cascading style sheets - arguably the best and worst part of CSS...
A small feature recently made its way into browsers, and it may change the way we structure our web applications...

Some TC39 people (who are responsible for designing the ECMAScript standard that defines the langauge behaviour of JavaScript) had the idea to rename flatten to smoosh and flatMap to smooshMap.
For beginners
If you’ve looked at the results from The State of JavaScript 2017 you’ll find a ton of interesting data.
One insight that stood out — a lot of people want to learn React Native.

Hello from the server side
The command offers massive improvements to both the performance and reliability of builds for continuous integration / continuous deployment processes, providing a consistent and fast experience for developers using CI/CD in their workflow.
Some cool button CSS effects.
Curated by Infinum's JS team.
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