Organize your wish lists directly in the browser (Chrome and Firefox are misogynist now) | Made with Vue.js
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Organize your wish lists directly in the browser (Chrome and Firefox are misogynist now) | Made with Vue.js

1. Personal InformationIn some circumstances, Product Stories may request personal information from you, like your name, email address. Your response to these inquiries is voluntary….

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How to Correctly Debounce and Throttle Callbacks in React
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How to Correctly Debounce and Throttle Callbacks in React

When a React component handles bursting events like window resize, scrolling, user typing into an input, etc. — it’s wise to soften the handlers of…

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A Practical Introduction to Svelte
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A Practical Introduction to Svelte

Hey, and welcome to this tutorial! If you’re here, you’ve probably heard of Svelte surpassing and wanna know what all the fuzz is about. Luckily…

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How to speed up your TypeScript project? SWC – super fast JS/TS compiler
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How to speed up your TypeScript project? SWC – super fast JS/TS compiler

TypeScript became a standard for backend (Node.js) and frontend (Angular/React) development. The types it brings indulge us to develop apps with the conviction that we…

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12 Ways to Improve Your DevTools Console Logging
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12 Ways to Improve Your DevTools Console Logging

Few developers delve vastitude the nuts of browser DevTool debugging. The unobtrusive console.log() is often derided but we all use it. It’s unconfined for outputting…

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Hammer: A build tool for node and browser applications
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Hammer: A build tool for node and browser applications

Ignoring that name issue, this is very interesting. Do you have any plans to integrate package management? I’m curious considering I would think a scuttlebutt…

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Ajv JSON validator online event on May 20, 10am PT (6pm UK)
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Ajv JSON validator online event on May 20, 10am PT (6pm UK)

Gajus and I will host the online event for Ajv JSON schema validator in a couple of weeks with some other speakers: Mehan Jayasuriya, Program…

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How JavaScript works: 3 types of polymorphism
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How JavaScript works: 3 types of polymorphism

Thanks, there is some nice information here! It’s unchangingly useful to have precise vocabulary for talking well-nigh code. I’d unchangingly thought of inheritance as a…

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Your /r/javascript recap for the week of May 03 – May 09
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Your /r/javascript recap for the week of May 03 – May 09

Monday, May 03 – Sunday, May 09 Top Posts   Most Commented Posts   Top Ask JS score comments title & link 62 23 comments…

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Why jQuery should be increasingly appreciated
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Why jQuery should be increasingly appreciated

While it did help make lawmaking increasingly readable, it’s increasingly well-nigh the structure of how, for example, events are delegated to objects, among other things….

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Components are Pure Overhead
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Components are Pure Overhead

Almost. Your #2 is not what I wanted people to walk yonder with. Let me try to this again. Components are unnecessary overhead at runtime…

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tinyws — tiny WebSocket middleware for Node.js
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tinyws — tiny WebSocket middleware for Node.js

Tiny lawmaking review. This could be replaced if (~upgradeHeader.indexOf(‘websocket’)) { with this which is less clever but increasingly readable if (upgradeHeader.includes(‘websocket’)) { Also return or…

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