Top picks — 2017 August

Do you like Comic Sans? How about webfonts fallbacks? Image compression? A bit about Unity updates and some async JS tips. Check this month top picks out!

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The Observer Pattern in JavaScript explained

This popular pattern used by tons of JavaScript applications may save you from injecting costly dependencies in your project. Easy, clean and very useful.

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Top picks — 2017 July

Node.js authentication, the hardest accessibility issue about browsing the web, GraphQL tutorial, the future of Adobe Flash, brand new Figma with build it prototyping mode and more.

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I built a thing - Bimbo Theme for Visual Studio Code

After switching from Sublime Text to VS Code I was looking for a theme that didn't exist — so I built one. Totally for free! From a developer for developers. Enjoy!

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Top picks — 2017 June

Staying up to date in web industry is a difficult and time consuming task. I would like to share with you my top finds from the past month.

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Using webpack with gulp.js

Webpack is a module bundler for modern JavaScript apps. Gulp describes itself as a platform-agnostic task runner. Can they work together? Easily! Take a look.

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Cloning DOM nodes and handling attached events

As a creator and maintainer of a popular DOM library, I found myself in a situation where I had to clone an element. Sounds trivial? This is what I learnt.

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Basic Node.js debugging in Google Chrome

We have been testing front-end code in Google Chrome Dev Tools for quite a while. How about testing Node.js code in exactly the same way?

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Top picks — 2017 May

Staying up to date in web industry is a difficult and time consuming task. I would like to share with you my top finds from the past month.

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I built a thing - Snippet Generator for VS Code, Sublime Text and Atom

Snippets — probably the most powerful feature of code editors. I love using them but I don't like creating them manually. Let me simplify things a little bit.

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