Angular 6 and Dojo 2 Released

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Angular 6.0 Released — A major release focused on Angular’s toolchain (particularly Angular CLI) and developer experience than on the framework itself. Angular Elements also allows you to bootstrap components within an existing app by registering them as Custom Elements. Want help in upgrading to 6 from an earlier version? Use the Angular Update Guide.
Stephen Fluin

BigInt: Arbitrary-Precision Integers in JavaScript — A look at a new numeric primitive to represent integers with arbitrary precision that’s already available in V8 6.7 and Chrome 67. You may also enjoy the story behind implementing them in V8
Mathias Bynens

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Dojo 2.0: A Step Forward for an Early JS Framework — Originally known as the Dojo Toolkit, Dojo pioneered a lot of concepts we now take for granted. Dojo 2 brings modern standards to the framework such as a reactive, virtual DOM-based widget system, Web Components support, and CLI tooling.
The JS Foundation

Is ServiceWorker Ready? (Yes.) — Earlier this week, Edge became the final popular browser to support Service Workers, and this page provides a handy roundup of how browser support varies.
Jake Archibald

ow: Function Argument Validation for Humans — Define constraints for arguments with a fluent API (e.g. ow(input, ow.string.minLength(5))) and get nice error messages on failure.
Sindre Sorhus and Sam Verschueren

Angular Attack: A 48-Hour Online Angular Hackathon (May 12-13)
Angular Attack

Ember.js’s 2018 Roadmap: A Call for Blog Posts
Katie Gengler

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📘 Tutorials

Extracting Loop Functionality (via Callbacks and Generators)
Dr. Axel Rauschmayer

A Guide to Code Coverage, Part 1: Code Coverage Explained — Code coverage is a way of using analytics to get an idea of how well an application has been tested…
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A Complete React with Apollo and GraphQL Tutorial
Robin Wieruch

A Guide to JavaScript Regular Expressions — A nice run-through of the main features, with examples.
Flavio Copes

Building A Serverless Contact Form For Your Static Site
Smashing Magazine

Capture and Report JavaScript Errors with window.onerror
Ben Vinegar

Learn How to Create PWAs from Scratch with Preact
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Accessing the Clipboard Using the Async Clipboard API — Chrome 66+ only for now.
Alligator

An Easy to Understand Webpack 4+ Configuration File with Comments
Timur Catakli

Parallel Programming in JavaScript
Uday Hiwarale

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🔧 Code and Tools

Proton Native: Built Desktop Apps using React Native Syntax — Think React Native, but for building desktop applications instead of mobile.
Gustav Hansen

Selection: A Library to Enable Visual DOM Selection — For example, if you want users to be able to drag a box around various elements they want to select. Supports touch devices too.
Simon Reinisch

NGXS 3.0: A State Management Library for Angular
Austin McDaniel

Web Audio API DSP Playground — This is a lot of fun to noodle with, though AudioWorklet support limits it to Chrome for now.
Arthur Carabott

Impact (the HTML5 Game Engine) Open Sourced — Anyone building HTML5 games a few years ago will have heard of this popular game engine. It was a paid-for product but has just been MIT licensed.
Dominic Szablewski

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