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People Don’t Scroll (and Other Page Length Myths)
Have you wondered, “How long should this page be?” A quick Google search gives you answers ranging from “300 words” to “5 paragraphs” to “as long as necessary — but not too long!”
None of these answers are very helpful. That’s mostly because page length doesn’t have a rule, it has guidelines. Here are a few myths to avoid and guidelines to follow when writing your page content.
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In the news
Ember.js helps developers be more productive out of the box. Designed with developer ergonomics in mind, its friendly APIs help you get your job done—fast.

Google added some experimental "add to shelf" support to Chrome OS some years ago, but it looked quite half baked and nothing happened for a long time...
Some people like to think of Babel as a tool that lets you write ES6 code. More specifically, a JavaScript compiler than will convert ES6 into ES5 code. That was pretty fitting back when it’s name was 6to5, but I think Babel has become a lot more than that.
Tools & libraries
Lightweight and powerful datetimepicker with no dependencies

A React environment for cross platform native desktop apps

Tutorials & guides
So you're somehow ended up being a web-developer and coding JavaScript and year after year you learn that JavaScript can do more and more. Wouldn't it be nice if you could create your very own games with the JavaScript skills you already have?
webpack adds a mode option. What does that mean?

Let’s take a closer look at some of the patterns that are emerging in the React ecosystem. These patterns improve readability, code clarity, and push your code towards composition and reusability.
Last July, GitHub.com received a slightly updated design featuring more modern fonts. Instead of showing decades old fonts that don’t take advantage of newer, high DPI screens, or dynamic font rendering, they now try to serve the best font possible based on your operating system or device.

Today, many people really think that Redux is an inseparable part of React, and many tutorials for getting started with React teach Redux by default...
Manuel Matuzovic explains why and how to up your accessibility game.

For beginners
When you're starting to play around with CSS at the very beginning, like any other language, you have to get used to the syntax. Like any syntax, there are a bunch of little things you need to know. Some characters and the placement of them is very important and required for the CSS to work correctly.

Hello from the server side
With Docker and Kubernetes Go got quite some traction - it’s time to learn it!

A near-perfect replica of the Google Inbox FAB...

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