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Why React Native is the Future

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Firebug has been a phenomenal success. Over its 12-year lifespan, the open source tool developed a near cult following among web developers. When it came out in 2005, Firebug was the first tool to let programmers inspect, edit, and debug code right in the Firefox browser. It also let you monitor CSS, HTML, and JavaScript live in any web page, which was a huge step forward.
It’s not simply the next major version of one the most popular rich text editors out there. It’s the next chapter on what web text editors are, how they should be used and what possibilities they bring.
Tools & libraries
A Simple and Isomorphic GraphQL Client for JavaScript

Tool to generate different types of React components from the terminal.

Your app's user experience needs to be fast and efficient in order to trend. It is important to monitor your bundle size constantly to identify inefficiencies. Webpack Monitor provides analysis throughout the development process.

HEML is an open source markup language for building responsive email.

Tutorials & guides
You may chose a library that has nasty z-indexes (like 999, the devil’s z-index) and does not contain itself by creating a new stacking context. This means that the left/right arrows in your hot little jQuery carousel will sit on top of your full screen modals...
This post contains everything you need to know about alt-texts! When to use them and how to perfectly craft them.

Business leaders who green-light the development of Progressive Web Apps frequently cite the ability to reach new users with near-zero friction as a primary motivator.
There were few announcements and a lot of PWA evangelism.

For beginners
Using debugging tools is an excellent way to understand what is happening in your application. A debugger can help you quickly pinpoint the cause of a bug, and can also give you a more complete snapshot of your program’s state than by using console.logs.
Hello from the server side
In chatting with other developers, many identify why HTTP/2 is something to be excited about but are unsure how to optimize their applications to take advantage of it. This article should make that more clear. HTTP/2 is here to make connections faster and to reduce latency.

An experiment in overlaying 3 CSS Grid's to create an isometric layout. Positioning content on the 2 "vertical" planes is simple, but a lot more difficult on the "horizontal" plane.
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