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Betting on the Web

I’m not going to tell you what to do. Instead, I’m going to explain why I’ve chosen to bet my whole career on this crazy Web thing. "Betting" sounds a bit haphazard, it’s more calculated than that. It would probably be better described as "investing."
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In the news
This week, Facebook is going to relicense their open source projects React, Jest, Flow, and Immutable.js under the MIT license.
A few months ago the Angular team introduced the tentative scheduling of the Angular’s version 5 according to the semantic versioning. The due date of the release was September, 18.
Tools & libraries
A Minimalistic Wrapper for IndexedDB

Cheatsheet for the JavaScript knowledge you will frequently encounter in modern projects.

A complete breakdown of the CSS support for the most popular mobile, web and desktop email clients on the planet.
Tutorials & guides
Re-theming a site is just a matter of installing this Chrome extension. If you want to share it with people, you can just zip it up and send it around. It’s obviously not production ready, but it’s amaaaaazing for prototyping.
In this article, you'll learn about new font technologies, including the ins and outs of these new tools and how to take control of our typography.
Ignoring licenses can be dangerous. Let’s try to understand them.

We all know redux is great but comes along with tons of boilerplate configuration and architecture. Can React's local state, MobX and Realm solve this?

Static vs dynamic typing is always one of those topics that attracts passionately held positions. In the static typing camp we have the benefits of catching bugs earlier in the development cycle, eliminating altogether some classes of bugs in deployed systems, improved things like code-assist and other tool support, and enabling compiler optimisations. In the dynamic typing camp we have cleaner looking code, and greater flexibility and code malleability.
For beginners
Learn about all the ways you can pause your code in Chrome DevTools.
Hello from the server side
Using C++ code in JavaScript projects is nothing new. Node.js has supported C++ Addons since the beginning. In browsers, asm.js has been around for years now. Yet there had been issues with both approaches that made the experience less than perfect.
Winamp 2.9 reimplemented in HTML5 and JavaScript

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