Top picks — 2020 January
Dan Abramov from React core team explains why striving for the cleanest and “DRYiest” implementation of your new feature is not always the best idea.
Finally landed — Microsoft Edge based on Chromium engine is officially announced. Am I happy about it? I don’t know. I am a bit sceptical about a single-engine that drives them all and that probably explains the reason why I am such a big fan of Mozilla politics and day-in-day-out Safari user. One thing became much easier though — frontend development.
A free, open-source typeface for developers from JetBrains. Increased height for a better reading experience, adapted to reading code and supports ligatures. Ready to be used in your code editor, on your next poster design, website and mobile app. You can even design your own font based on it. Sick!
It is finally coming! The second version of
yarn has just been announced and it is full of new features and improvement over the first one. Rewritten entirely in TypeScript, with improved CLI output, massively better workflow with workspaces and something that I am super excited about,
yarn dlx (dlx stands for download and execute).