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Friday, 19 July, 2019 UTC

NativeScript 6.0 speeds up builds, app updates

NativeScript 6.0 speeds up builds, app updates

NativeScript 6.0, the latest version of Progress’ open source framework for building native mobile apps with JavaScript, TypeScript, or Angular, is now generally available. The update provides for quicker app updates and smaller app binaries. [ Using ... more


Thursday, 18 July, 2019 UTC

Article: Got NIM?

Article: Got NIM?

This article will introduce Nim, a programming language that is said to be more elegant than Python and efficient like C. It is also easily compiled to JavaScript and utilizes user-friendly Tracebacks. Nim is one of the most under-appreciated languages ... more


Wednesday, 17 July, 2019 UTC

VueJs Amsterdam 2019—An Experience and Talks Summary (Part 3)

VueJs Amsterdam 2019—An Experience and Talks Summary (Part 3)

Were you at VueAmsterdam, or did you wish you were? Though some time has passed, the lessons learned there are still invaluable. Let's take a moment to look back at the event and all the great speakers that presented. Welcome to the third part of my ... more


Wednesday, 17 July, 2019 UTC

Monitor dynamic application workflows with placeholders and synthetic location context

Monitor dynamic application workflows with placeholders and synthetic location context

Dynatrace news Synthetic clickpath monitors are a great way to automatically monitor and benchmark business-critical workflows 24/7. Some common examples of such business-critical workflows include: Sign-up processes Checking out of a retail site Contact ... more


Wednesday, 17 July, 2019 UTC

Engineering for Peace of Mind with Twilio SMS and the AWS IoT Button

Engineering for Peace of Mind with Twilio SMS and the AWS IoT Button

My octogenarian dad still lives independently. He does not enjoy his son calling him every night and interrupting his movie-watching. Some nights he's not even at home yet because he's chilling at the pub across the street. He also forgets to charge ... more


Wednesday, 17 July, 2019 UTC

Measuring Performance of Hermes in React Native

Measuring Performance of Hermes in React Native

Facebook announced Hermes, the new JavaScript Engine at the keynote at Chain React 2019. During the talk, we saw some videos and numbers, showing Hermes and the current JavaScript engine side by side. This blog post dives deeper into those experiments ... more


Wednesday, 17 July, 2019 UTC

A Peek at New Methods Coming to Promises

A Peek at New Methods Coming to Promises

Promises are one of the most celebrated features introduced to JavaScript. Having a native asynchronous artifact baked right into the language has opened up a new era, changing not only how we write code... The post A Peek at New Methods Coming to Promises ... more


Wednesday, 17 July, 2019 UTC

Built for The Now Economy — Algolia Summer ‘19

Built for The Now Economy — Algolia Summer ‘19

Consumers today want instant, frictionless Google- and Amazon-like experiences when looking for information, media content and products. They demand intuitive experiences that deliver exactly what they are looking for — regardless of the digital interface ... more


Tuesday, 16 July, 2019 UTC

Arrow Functions in JavaScript

Arrow Functions in JavaScript

Introduction If you are a JavaScript developer, you may know that JavaScript conforms to the ECMAScript (ES) standards. The ES6, or ECMAScript 2015 specifications, had introduced some of the revolutionary specifications for JavaScript, like Arrow Functions, ... more


Tuesday, 16 July, 2019 UTC

MDN’s First Annual Web Developer & Designer Survey

MDN’s First Annual Web Developer & Designer Survey

Today we are launching the first edition of the MDN Developer & Designer Needs Survey. Web developers and designers, we need to hear from you! This is your opportunity to tell us about your needs and frustrations with the web. In fact, your participation ... more


Tuesday, 16 July, 2019 UTC

Creating a virtual photo booth using Twilio, WhatsApp & Cloudinary

Creating a virtual photo booth using Twilio, WhatsApp & Cloudinary

If you've ever been to Berlin, chances are high that you've seen multiple photo booths in bars and on the street. Berlin and photo booths just belong together. This year for JSConf EU we wanted to build our own virtual photo booth, powered by Twilio ... more


Tuesday, 16 July, 2019 UTC

Finding Your Way with DateTimes in JavaScript

Finding Your Way with DateTimes in JavaScript

DateTime seems like a simple problem until you realize that you are storing a value that changes its display formatting depending on who is looking at it and where. We go over some JavaScript library options that can help, and discuss when it makes sense ... more


Tuesday, 16 July, 2019 UTC

Implementing Map Display in Your Vue Application using Kendo UI

Implementing Map Display in Your Vue Application using Kendo UI

Maps are increasingly common in web applications. Learn how you can easily add a customizable map to your Vue.js application in just a few steps with Kendo UI. The need for maps has grown over time in modern web applications. From rendering locations ... more


Tuesday, 16 July, 2019 UTC

Next.js Practical Introduction: Pages and Layout

Next.js Practical Introduction: Pages and Layout

Learn how to use Next.js to create server-side rendered React applications. ... more


Tuesday, 16 July, 2019 UTC

Detect Cryptocurrency by Wallet Address

Detect Cryptocurrency by Wallet Address

I’ve always been a massive advocate of cryptocurrency. I love the technology, the ease of use, and the freedom that cryptocurrencies bring to the world. Despite my love of crypto, I know that adoption will take a long time and that the state of crypto ... more


Tuesday, 16 July, 2019 UTC

[Course] gatsby: Build Content Rich Progressive Web Apps with Gatsby and Contentful

[Course] gatsby: Build Content Rich Progressive Web Apps with Gatsby and Contentful

The JAMstack, short for “JavaScript, APIs, and Markup,” has been making waves in the world of web development. Building JAMstack applications removes the hassle of building out a backend from scratch, freeing you to focus on what really matters: your ... more


Tuesday, 16 July, 2019 UTC

javascript: Copy an Array with the Spread Operator

javascript: Copy an Array with the Spread Operator

Use the spread operator to create a copy of a flattened array. ... more


Tuesday, 16 July, 2019 UTC

Facebook JavaScript engine boosts React Native on Android

Facebook JavaScript engine boosts React Native on Android

Facebook has built a JavaScript engine, called Hermes, that improves the performance of React Native applications on Android devices. While the open-source engine is optimized for React Native today, it could be used to improve the performance of JavaScript-based ... more


Tuesday, 16 July, 2019 UTC



Tuesday, 16 July, 2019 UTC

The Three Key Dimensions of Front-End Frameworks - Evan You at JS Conf Asia 2019

The Three Key Dimensions of Front-End Frameworks - Evan You at JS Conf Asia 2019

Evan You, Vue.js framework's creator, recently talked at JS Conf Asia 2019 about seeking the balance in framework design. Frameworks should be distinguished on three design tradeoffs: scope, render mechanism, and state mechanism, rather than on popularity-based ... more


Monday, 15 July, 2019 UTC

How does making something first class give you power?

How does making something first class give you power?

Often, functionality starts off as code. It’s if statements and imperative ideas. But, over time, you notice patterns. Those patterns can be reified as data. And that gives us tremendous power. How so? We explore it in this episode. Transcript Eric Normand: ... more


Sunday, 14 July, 2019 UTC

Weekly React Digest Issue #208

Weekly React Digest Issue #208

sponsor Spend Less Time Sweating Over the UI in Your React Apps Get started with KendoReact’s 55+ professionally developed UI and data visualization components and cut down on the development time of your React apps. With its wide range of customizable ... more


Saturday, 13 July, 2019 UTC

Making Your First Game in Phaser 3 with TypeScript

Making Your First Game in Phaser 3 with TypeScript

I recently got a chance to use Phaser 3 and TypeScript to build Root Maker with my Ludum Dare team. It worked out great. Phaser is one of the best frameworks around for HTML5 game development, and it’s definitely worth checking out if you haven’t. I ... more


Friday, 12 July, 2019 UTC

How to Use a Vue Pivot Grid UI Component in Your Web App

How to Use a Vue Pivot Grid UI Component in Your Web App

In this post, we will review the PivotGrid component. Unlike a typical grid, a PivotGrid lets you change the way the data is presented. Let's take a look at how to add one to your web apps. In the previous post, we learned how to create a sparkline using ... more


Friday, 12 July, 2019 UTC

Presentation: A New Way to Profile Node.js

Presentation: A New Way to Profile Node.js

Matteo Collina presents a new and straightforward way to identify bottlenecks in Node.js and beyond. By Matteo Collina ... more


Friday, 12 July, 2019 UTC

Debug the DOM in Visual Studio Code using Elements for Microsoft Edge

Debug the DOM in Visual Studio Code using Elements for Microsoft Edge

Over the past few months, we’ve been working closely with web developers to understand how to simplify your workflows by building on our new Chromium-powered DevTools foundation for the next version of Microsoft Edge. One consistent theme we heard in ... more


Friday, 12 July, 2019 UTC

Improve Your JavaScript Knowledge By Reading Source Code

Improve Your JavaScript Knowledge By Reading Source Code

Improve Your JavaScript Knowledge By Reading Source Code Improve Your JavaScript Knowledge By Reading Source Code Carl Mungazi 2019-07-12T12:30:59+02:00 2019-07-16T19:05:45+00:00 Do you remember the first time you dug deep into the source code of a library ... more


Friday, 12 July, 2019 UTC

JavaScript Ternary Operators

JavaScript Ternary Operators

Ternary operators allow us to really quickly write shorter ** if ** statements Here's a quick example: // chris is level 100 cool // everyone else is level 999 const howCoolAmI = name === 'chris' ? 100 : 999; Let's take a deeper look at how we can rewrite ... more