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Web Streams Everywhere (and Fetch for Node.js)
Chrome developer advocate Jake Archibald called 2016 “the year of web streams.” Clearly, his prediction was somewhat premature. The Streams Standard was announced back in 2014. It’s taken a while, but there’s now a consistent streaming API implemented in modern browsers (still waiting on Firefox…) and in Node (and Deno).
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jQuery maintainers are continuing to modernize its overall project that still is one of the most widely deployed JavaScript libraries today.
"Today we are happy to announce $3M in funding for Remix, the framework that helps you build better websites."
Remix will also soon be released under the MIT license.
Video Calling is becoming norm for everyone nowadays and integrating Video API is as hard as building one. In this article, We are going to explore the Video Calling in JavaScript.
The new Sanitizer API aims to build a robust processor for arbitrary strings to be safely inserted into a page. This article introduces the API, and explains its usage.
How to use CSS comparison functions to create a conditional border radius.
In this article, let's learn about Redux Toolkit, or as the development team calls it, "the official, opinionated, batteries-included toolset for efficient Redux development".
Learn about the fit-content, min-content, and max-content.In keyword values in CSS and how to use them in real-world projects.
For beginners
"Back when I was working on slide-element, I noticed an issue that would occur when I rapidly toggled an element open & closed. If the previous animation wasn't allowed to finish, the new one would eventually get outta whack, clipping the content on subsequent animations."