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Mozilla: The Greatest Tech Company Left Behind
How could an organization that had its hand in so many world-changing technologies fail to thrive?
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It has been two and a half years since the previous major release of React! This blog post describes the role of this major release, what changes you can expect in it, and how you can try this release.
Libs, Tools & References
Seamless API mocking library for browser and Node.
Are you a person that makes things for other people? Awesome - because this page is all about making things for people.
Browser DevTools are indispensable for us front end developers. In this article, you can take a look at the Computed tab, a small corner of the DevTools.
In 1999 the two largest browsers, Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer, were in all out war for control of the market. Looming just ahead was the release of Internet Explorer 5...
Writing generic functions is fun, and it can be easy to get carried away with type parameters. Having too many type parameters or using constraints where they aren't needed can make inference less successful, frustrating callers of your function.
"I always had the feeling that gradients in graphics programs behave somewhat differently than gradients created with CSS. Especially the angle of a gradient sometimes seemed more like a random product to me."
For beginners
When we’re very focused on working on a web project, we tend to forget or do some mistakes that can lead to an invalid CSS code.
A fully functional sudoku without javascript.