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"Easy is boring. That's why I love the web and browsers." - Remy Sharp

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Tools should not only be for experts – they should turn us into them
Most of our tools are very daunting to use. They offer a lot of functionality and empower programmers. But they also demand a lot of effort to learn how to use them.
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This new major version of the framework provides improved performance, smaller bundle sizes, better TypeScript integration, new APIs for tackling large scale use cases, and a solid foundation for long-term future iterations of the framework.
"We now generally consider Moment to be a legacy project in maintenance mode. It is not dead, but it is indeed done."
Libs, Tools & References
Ever wanted a package that disables the mouse cursor one day a week so you can test keyboard accessibility as a team? No? Well here you go anyway.
"In this post, I will share my own point of view about React Hooks, and as the title of this post implies, I am not a big fan."
The browser is one of the most used apps on any device, and today it’s running on a completely new hardware category: dual-screen and foldable devices.
Progressive enhancement is amazing. Building websites layer by layer allows for a cleaner separation of concerns, which makes the website more accessible.
Hello from the server-side
This article discusses performance and reliability best practices for Express applications deployed to production.
For beginners
Because Web APIs often provide data asynchronously, learning how to handle the result of asynchronous actions is an essential part of being a JavaScript developer.
Topic of the week: state managment
Recoil is a brand new React library and approach to state management. Here's an attempt at implementing it in under 100 lines.
"It wasn't a library. It was the way I was thinking about and defining state."
An article about creating a custom state management solution with just BehaviorSubject (inspired by some well known state management libs).