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Wednesday, 15 September, 2021 UTC

What’s New in Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX R3 2021 Release!

We’re thrilled to tell you more about our latest updates to Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX! It’s time for another release with new component, features and improvements for your favorite Web Forms applications— new DateRangePicker UI component , DataPicker ... more


Wednesday, 15 September, 2021 UTC

What’s New in KendoReact With R3 2021

The R3 2021 release of KendoReact is here and it brings some huge components and lots of features to add to the toolbelt of any React developer. New components include the new PivotGrid and Heatmap components, while we added column auto-sizing to the ... more


Wednesday, 15 September, 2021 UTC

What’s New in Kendo UI for jQuery with R3 2021

September is upon us and you know what that means: the R3 2021 release is here! Within our jQuery components we added highly requested components like the OrgChart, Heatmap, Popover and CAPTCHA, along with various features in existing components. We ... more


Wednesday, 15 September, 2021 UTC

What’s New in Kendo UI for Angular with R3 2021

The R3 2021 release for Kendo UI for Angular is here! This is a huge release, containing new components like the Gantt Chart and a large set of features added to existing components. There’s plenty in this release for any Angular developer, so let’s ... more


Wednesday, 15 September, 2021 UTC

Having Identical Building Blocks Between Designers and Developers Shrinks the Gap Between Them

For a long time, we have been making award-winning components that have saved a gazillion programming hours for developers. But why not push some more boundaries? Why not also impact other members of the software development team—designers, QAs, product ... more


Wednesday, 15 September, 2021 UTC

What’s New in Kendo UI for Vue With R3 2021

The R3 2021 release is the largest release of Kendo UI for Vue—ever! This release is massive, with 20 new native components, or really 34 new components , including the various charts and data visualizations. There’s so much to cover here, so let’s not ... more


Wednesday, 15 September, 2021 UTC

Echo JS

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Tuesday, 14 September, 2021 UTC

TypeScript Enums vs. Flow Enums

A comparison of the enums features of TypeScript and Flow. ... more


Tuesday, 14 September, 2021 UTC

Introducing Flow Enums

Flow Enums are an opt-in feature which allow you to define a fixed set of constants which create their own type. ... more


Tuesday, 14 September, 2021 UTC

Make Microsoft Edge DevTools your own

There isn’t much you can’t do with web technologies nowadays. The web platform has evolved so much that such diverse things as animating elements, playing or recording media, accessing files or storage, intercepting network requests and accessing the ... more


Tuesday, 14 September, 2021 UTC

Building a Form in PHP Using DOMDocument

Templating makes the web go round. The synthesis of data and structure into content . It’s our coolest superpower as developers — grab some data, then make it work for us, in whatever presentation we need. An array of objects can become a table, a list ... more


Tuesday, 14 September, 2021 UTC

How to Set Up VS Code Remote Development for Free on Amazon EC2

Remote development is simply development on a remote server. An SSH connection is made from your local machine to a server in the cloud. SSH stands for secure shell or secure socket shell — a protocol for securely communicating between two computers ... more


Tuesday, 14 September, 2021 UTC

TypeScript: In defense of any

A couple of days ago I found this beauty on the internet: Give up and use any. That’s a fantastic website, absolutely hilarious! It also shows how much TypeScript has grown in popularity. You have to have a certain reach to get critics to create websites ... more


Monday, 13 September, 2021 UTC

Verify a User via SMS with Express and Twilio Verify

Many applications verify and authorize their users by sending a numeric code, called a One-Time Passcode (OTP), to the user’s phone number via either a voice call or a text message. In this article you’ll learn how to perform user verification via SMS ... more


Monday, 13 September, 2021 UTC

Developers and Designers Work on a Single Source of Truth With UXPin

(This is a sponsored post.) There is a conversation that has been percolating for as long as I’ve been in the web design and development industry. It’s centered around the conflict between design tools and development tools. The final product of web ... more


Monday, 13 September, 2021 UTC

Wrapping your head around assets in Phoenix 1.6

The latest Phoenix release ditches webpack and npm for esbuild and… nothing? Of course, these are just the defaults — docs for Elixir’s esbuild clearly state that NPM is still supported and you can always pass --no-assets and do things 100% your way. ... more


Monday, 13 September, 2021 UTC

How to Record Audio Using the MediaStream API

The Media Capture and Streams API (aka MediaStream API) allows you to record audio from a user’s microphone, then get the recorded audio or media elements as tracks. You can then either play these tracks straight after recording them, or upload the media ... more


Monday, 13 September, 2021 UTC

Orchestrating Complexity With Web Animations API

There’s no middle ground between simple transitions and complex animations. You’re either fine with what CSS Transitions and Animations provide or you suddenly need all the power you can get. Web Animations API gives you a lot of tools to work with animations. ... more


Sunday, 12 September, 2021 UTC

Erlang-Inspired Language Gleam Now Compiles to JavaScript

Gleam, which self-describes as a language for building type-safe, scalable systems for the Erlang virtual machine, now also compiles to JavaScript. By Bruno Couriol ... more


Sunday, 12 September, 2021 UTC

How to write about web performance

I’ve been writing about performance for a long time. I like to think I’ve gotten pretty good at it, but sometimes I look back on my older blog posts and cringe at the mistakes I made. This post is an attempt to distill some of what I’ve learned over ... more


Sunday, 12 September, 2021 UTC

React Digest Issue #321

sponsor A Quick Guide to Dropdown Menus With React Dropdowns are everywhere! This blog explores some of the key dropdown types and form components you can chose from - all through implementation examples and real-life use cases. Check it out. this week's ... more


Sunday, 12 September, 2021 UTC

Echo JS

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Saturday, 11 September, 2021 UTC

Deno Improves Support for Web APIs: Cryptography, Messaging, Networking, and More

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Saturday, 11 September, 2021 UTC



Friday, 10 September, 2021 UTC

Node v16.9.1 (Current)

Notable Changes This release fixes a regression introduced by the V8 9.3 update in Node.js 16.9.0. Commits [ 04f1943109 ] - deps : V8: cherry-pick 9a607043cb31 (Jiawen Geng) #40046 Windows 32-bit Installer: https://nodejs.org/dist/v16.9.1/node-v16.9.1-x86.msi ... more


Friday, 10 September, 2021 UTC

“Just in Time” CSS

I believe acss.io is the first usage of “Atomic CSS” where the point of it is to be a compiler. You write CSS like this: <div class="C(#333) P(20px)"> text </div> And it will generate CSS like: .C\(\#333\) { color: #333; } .P\(20px\) ... more


Friday, 10 September, 2021 UTC

Auto-generate vanilla JS alternatives for jQuery methods

Migrating off jQuery? So was Sachin Neravath: Most of the projects use only 15% to 20% or less than 30% of the jquery methods And in most of the cases, I didn’t want to support all the edge cases or legacy browsers. The hardest part was finding the jQuery ... more


Friday, 10 September, 2021 UTC

JS Roundup: Episode 02

This is JS Roundup, our new monthly series where we gather together the most interesting news from the world of JavaScript. The official releases of Vue 3.2 and TypeScript 4.4, Shadow DOM support in Svelte, and an exciting new way to visualize GitHub ... more