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Finger-friendly numerical inputs with inputmode
Forms are often a nightmare on mobile. We can make the process as pain-free as possible by reacting to context. Input fields that expect numerical values should have a numerical UI...

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A brief review of all the exciting updates coming with the new Angular 6 release, including Angular Elements, Service Worker improvements and more.

Tools & libraries
Tone.js is a framework for creating interactive music in the browser. It provides advanced scheduling capabilities, synths and effects, and intuitive musical abstractions built on top of the Web Audio API.
Real-time visualizer for React lifecycle methods
Tutorials & guides
A post about subgrid and the level 2 spec, what is happening and how can you keep track of progress?
In this article, Rachel Andrew takes a look at the state of printing from the browser today.
The line-clamp property truncates text at a specific number of lines.
The What, When, How, and Why in 20 Words

BigInts are a new numeric primitive in JavaScript that can represent integers with arbitrary precision. This article walks through some use cases and explains the new functionality in Chrome 67 by comparing BigInts to Numbers in JavaScript.

JavaScript is single threaded language but multi threading (parallel programming) can be achieved in JavaScript using HTML5 Web Workers…

How you write your ES Modules impacts the performance and maintainability of your code.

You can spend as much time as you want optimizing your app, but it doesn’t matter if your users bounce before the page even loads.

For beginners
One of the most anticipated new features in the ES6 Javascript standard was the Arrow Function Expression. It promises a shorter syntax than it’s predecessor the Function Expression. In addition is how the new Arrow Function binds, or actually DOES NOT bind it’s own this.
Hello from the server side
If you have been using Node.js for sometime, you should know that it is single threaded. This is why you can’t take full advantage of multiple core machines unless you use the cluster module or a process manager like PM2.
Sidebar menu that pushes content aside in 3D space.

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