#415 — December 7, 2018
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The npm Blog
Low-Code Platforms: What Developers Think and Why — No and low-code platforms are being touted as the solution to the increasing demand on dev teams. But how do professional developers feel about these platforms? We polled more than 5,000 devs to find out. Check out this infographic for a summary of the results.
Progress Kinvey sponsor
TUI Editor: A Markdown WYSIWYG Editor Control — An editor for working both with CommonMark and GitHub flavors of Markdown in both a Markdown-focused or WYSIWYG editor mode.
Angular Architect at New Service/Product Firm (Toronto /Remote) — Join forces with the highest concentration of Angular expertise outside of Google. Build products, work on OSS, teach, and speak.
Join Our Career Marketplace & Get Matched With A Job You Love — Through Hired, software engineers have transparency into salary offers, competing opportunities, and job details.
📘 Tutorials and Opinions
Overreacted: A New Blog by React Expert Dan Abramov — There are already three great posts covering super(props), $$typeof and explaining how React tells a class from a function.
How Do Top Developers Deliver Video? – Download the 2018 Video Report — Hundreds of developers around the world reveal their preferred video streaming solutions.
Drawing Lines in HTML with JS and the Bresenham Line Algorithm — A neat way to understand a common graphics algorithm.
How to Install Vue and Build An SPA using Vuetify and Vue Router
Register Today: Q&A Broadcast about Angular Ivy with Nrwl + Rob Wormald from Google
So What’s New in TypeScript 3.2?
🔧 Code and Tools
jsPDF: Client-Side PDF Generation for Everyone — There’s a live, interactive demo here.
Connect, Deliver, Control — Build and scale interactive, immersive apps with PubNub – chat, collaboration, geolocation, device control and gaming.
chrome-aws-lambda: A Chromium Binary for AWS Lambda — A project to make it easy to use a headless Chrome instance from your AWS Lambda serverless functions.
Emotion 10 Released: A CSS-in-JS Library — Project homepage.
react-redux 6.0.0: Official React Bindings for Redux — Don’t forget we have a React newsletter where we focus more on things like this.
Screenshoteer: Make Web Page Screenshots from the Command Line — Controls headless Chrome with Puppeteer behind the scenes.
Eagle.js: A Hackable Slideshow Framework Built with Vue.js
array-back: Takes Any Input and Guarantees An Array Back — Or an “isomorphic arrayify function” if you prefer that 🙂