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Vue.Js Vs. Jquery: Use Cases and Comparison with Examples
What is Vue.js? How is it different from jQuery? Should I stop using jQuery if I learnt Vue.js? Can you use it outside Laravel? If you are a beginner or you just started learning Vue.js you are probably asking yourself the exact same questions or probably confused and wondering what does it do and what are its use cases. If this is you, then this article will help you get over that.
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In the 11 months since its initial release, Yarn has generated a large following. Currently, there are more than 175,000 projects on GitHub with a yarn.lock file in their root directory. In use by many large and small companies, and across the open source community, Yarn is now responsible for nearly 3 billion package downloads per month.
What's new in Chrome 61 for developers? JavaScript Modules, WebUSB, WebShare and more.
Tools & libraries
A subset of TypeScript that compiles to WebAssembly.

Tutorials & guides
JavaScript is good but if you come from statically typed languages then it becomes a bit annoying to deal with lack of types when the project grows big. Luckily there is Typescript but adding Typescript retrospectively may not be a very straight-forward job. Converting one file at a time to Typescript is really powerful because then you can make the change incrementally without having to stop delivering the features that your product owner wants.

Gajendar Singh introduces you to the font-size-adjust CSS property and explains why it's important and how you can use it to enhance your web typography.

Much like artichokes, this post is not for everyone. It’s for the developer using Node 8 (which comes with npm 5). The developer who has not read the Yarn and npm docs (you fools with your ‘social lives’). The developer who has heard about Yarn, seen it popping up in more and more places, and who has begun to think that they ‘should’ be using it.
Webpack is a JavaScript module bundler, or so the blurb goes. This is an apt name for it. However, what Jack would like to do in this article, is to expand on the true power of Webpack.
Although Aha! has embraced front end technologies, such as webpack and React, Rails is the glue that holds everything together. And like many Rails monoliths, CoffeeScript made up the bulk of their front end code. It was the obvious choice for them when Aha! launched in 2013 — back when Rails 3 was stable and ES6 still lived in arcane specification documents.

Why it’s important to read the Javascript Spec

Firefox’s own dev tools have come a long way, and they are still being continually upgraded. They are now definitely on the same level as any other dev tools and boast some fantastic features, including a few you won’t find anywhere else at present.
For beginners
Learn how some data types are copied by value and others by reference, and what this means when we write code. This concept is at the root of countless bugs that plague websites today. A simple look at computer memory explains what’s happening.

Hello from the server side
The problem is that the process of installing SSL certificates and transitioning site URLs from HTTP to HTTPS—not to mention editing all those links and linked images in existing content—sounds like a daunting task. Who has time and wants to spend the money to update a personal website for this?
A challenge for creating a CSS-only image every day
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