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What's new in ECMAScript 2019

The final list of features that are joining the ECMAScript specification this year is ready. Here's a quick summary and look at some practical examples.

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Top picks — 2019 January

Algorithmic layouts by Heydon Pickering, free private repos on GitHub, the future of TypeScript linting and AWS services explained.

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Linting TypeScript

Lint or not to lint? TSLint or ESLint? It is hard to decide what to use to identify potential errors. Let me elaborate why I chose ESLint to help me doing that.

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Install Node.js — installer vs. Homebrew vs. NVM

There is plenty of ways to install Node.js and I am about to show you the most popular methods and highlight pros and cons of each of them

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Top picks — 2018 December

Chromium-based Anaheim browser on Windows, Dan Abramov started his blog, WordPress 5 Bebo landed and more!

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A look back at 2018

Another New Year's Eve is on the horizon — the perfect time to summarise the things that went well, not so well and make some plans for the next twelve months.

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Top picks — 2018 November

How V8 handles promises and async / await functions, Chrome Dev Summit 2018, The State of JavaScript, Custom Elements for React developers and the future of programming by uncle Bob.

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Cross-cutting functionality in React using Higher-Order Components, Render Props and Hooks

When working with modern JavaScript frameworks we often have to share the same piece of functionality across multiple components. Let me explain a few patterns that make this a breeze.

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Top picks — 2018 October

Welcome to Solid, Create React App 2.0, the state of Houdini API, Adobe Fonts, GitHub Actions, relative time format is coming to JavaScript, React 16.6 released and Hooks announced on React Conf 2018. Very crazy month!

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I built a thing! PinBuddy!

PinBuddy is a Google Chrome toolbar extension for the Pinboard bookmarking service that lets you browse and add new bookmarks with ease. It is fully keyboard accessible and highlights previously bookmarked websites. It uses API tokens for server communications and never asks for your authentication credentials hence secure.

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