BxJS Weekly Episode 51 – javascript news podcast

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BxJS Weekly Episode 51 is now out! 🚀
Listen to the best javascript news of the week in a podcast form right here.
Here’s all the mentioned links (also found on github):

Articles & News:

ES5 to ESNext — here’s every feature added to JavaScript since 2015
Why I prefer objects over switch statements
Fastify and Preact for quick web app prototyping
React animation libraries
PWA Checklist 2019
Next.js 8 Webpack Memory Improvements
Divide and conquer: Scale your Node.js app using distributed queues
TSLint in 2019
We migrated to Next.js to serve our home page 7.5× faster
Build your own radio streaming app with Howler.js 🔊
Avoid Nightmares — NSFW JS
The Language Server Index Format (LSIF)
React Portals with Hooks
Building a React Autocomplete Component from scratch
How to get started with internationalization in JavaScript
12 Concepts That Will Level Up Your JavaScript Skills
Under-the-hood of Apollo
Happy Little Accidents – Debugging Javascript
Performance measurement of JavaScript solutions to common algorithmic questions (part 1)
10 npm Security Best Practices
Using Node 11.7 Worker Threads with RxJS Observable
Progressive react

Tips, tricks & bit-sized awesomeness:

Back-off and retry using JavaScript arrays and promises
Why I Write CSS in JavaScript
React DevTools (rewrite) supports editable props and state
Coming soon to the DevTools rewrite: editable (useState) hooks
New Eslint RFC: Config File Simplification
Preact X alpha coming March 4th
npm will get an interactive updater
Finally, Chrome to allow users to see Extension Activity
Chrome Canary now has SIMD in WebAssembly (behind the flag)
Announcing the Ionic React Beta
Node.js team considers dropping ARMv6 support for v12+

Releases:

Node v11.10.0
deno v0.3.0
npm@6.9.0-next.0
microbundle 0.10

Libs & demos:

winmine-exe
enigma-simulator
cryption
nodejs.dev
file-drop
isolated-vm
cleave.js
simple-fs
bull
fast-cli
Navi
100-days-of-code-frontend
WorldWideWeb browser

Interesting & silly stuff:

deepfakes/faceswap repo on github is only accessible when logged in
Google partially backtracks on Chrome changes that would break ad blockers
Node.js is 10 years old
Explaining Code using ASCII Art

Related links

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