#382 — April 20, 2018
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VuePress: A Vue-Powered Static Site Generator — Enjoy the dev experience of using Vue and webpack, use Vue components in Markdown, and develop custom themes with Vue.
webpack 4.6 Released with Prefetch/Preload Support — Preloading can bring down the number of round-trips needed to load a page, while prefetching can speed up future navigations. Here’s how it works. The release itself is here.
Frontend Masters sponsor
Introduction to the Stimulus Framework — Stimulus is a framework from Basecamp that augments your HTML using controllers.
What You Can Expect From Node.js 10 — The first release of Node 10 is due next Tuesday (April 24th) and will go LTS in October, but what’s new? HTTP/2 support, organized coded errors, and more.
Hyper 2: A Terminal Built on Web Technologies — Hyper takes a few steps forward with a much faster rendering engine, an online plugin/theme catalog, and improved hyperlink support. GitHub repo.
You’re Invited to Slack’s Developer Conference, Spec, on May 22
The Future of Vue.js in 5 Minutes
Senior Software Engineer (NYC) — Hospitality/tech platform focused on building help into our homes. React, React Native, Node, TypeScript, PostgreSQL.
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How to Get Started with Immutable.js
Extending Native DOM Elements with Web Components
Scroll to the Future: Scrolling on the Modern Web — Affecting scrolling with the latest CSS and JS features.
Anna Selezniova and Andy Barnov
The Future of Operations: 6 Shifts Worth Noting — DevOps has grown. Here are six patterns that are shifting the scope of software delivery automation.
Learn to Visualize Data with D3 in 10 Interactive Tutorials
Per Harald Borgen
▶ Visual Studio Code Can Do That? — VS Code often surveys as the most popular editor in the JS space, so this collection of videos may be handy.
Burke Holland and Sarah Drasner
🔧 Code and Tools
Redux 4.0 Released: The Predictable State Container
Text Mask: Text Input Masking, with Wrappers for Frameworks — e.g. for phone, date, currency, emails, and similar data types.
Slugify: Simply Turns Strings into URL/Filename-Friendly ‘Slugs’ — e.g. ‘I ♥ Dogs’ becomes ‘i-love-dogs’
Fix Production Bugs in Seconds with Sentry — Relying on users to report bugs? 500K devs see unminified code right in Sentry’s stack trace with source maps.
Underscore.js 1.9.0 Released — Here’s a blast from the past, 3 years after its last release.
Ember 3.1 and 3.2 Beta Released
Melanie Sumner and Kenneth Larsen
slate-md-editor: A Markdown Editor Built on Top of Slate
Mailtrain: A Self-Hosted Newsletter Sending App — If you want a self-hosted Mailchimp-esque system, say.