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Frontend developer handbook, a guide on frontend development

Last time we asked you to rethink frontend testing. That could help you create maintainable web apps easier! Now we found last year’s frontend developer handbook, a guide on frontend development. It might be used as a useful recap, but at the same time, this edition might be actual as…

New Firefox 64 interface features

This December the new version of Firefox was released. Mozilla Hacks team prepared the list of the new Firefox 64 interface features and Syndicode is happy to share it with you!
New Firefox 64 interface features:

multiple tab selection, which makes it easier to manage windows with many open…

Meet Babel 7 huge release!

As you might know, Babel is a JS transpiler that is popular for its ability to turn ES6 or ES7 into the code that can run on your browsers and devices. As most of them still support older standards. With Babel, you can write your code in the latest conventions and not worry about compatibility …

Actual annoying thing about new laptop: in Chrome, and Chrome only, two-finger scrolling is buggy. First, it’s pretty slow and doesn’t actually get faster when I change the device settings like in every other program. Secondly, and maddeningly, sometimes it’ll randomly decide to stop scrolling altogether until I switch to a different tab, and when I say sometimes, I mean sometimes within minutes of the last time it happened. And yes, I tried disabling smooth scrolling. It’s driving me bonkers. I may just return to using Firefox exclusively; I don’t really recall bumping into the various annoyances that made me start dual-wielding browsers since Quantum.

Syndicode Digest #65 – Modest genius

When you’re modest, nobody will know how much you do. But when people claiming too much, they’re not taken seriously as talented ones. Because talent comes with modesty and thoughts that your achievement will be evaluated sooner or later. Better sooner, of course. However, sometimes …