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Part 3: Object Oriented #javascript.
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Rollup is a module bundler for JavaScript

We mentioned it in our monthly JS digest, but it feels like this tool worth to be explained in a separate post. Rollup is a module bundler for JavaScript!
Rollup is a module bundler for JavaScript which compiles small pieces of code into something larger and more complex, such as a library or…

React-window for rendering large lists and tabular data

Sometimes web application with React deals with a large amount of data. And its rendering might affect the whole application performance. But this time we have React-window for rendering large lists and tabular data! This tool aimed at rendering only the items in the list that are currently…

FBT is an internationalization framework for JavaScript

Some great JS tools and even frameworks could be found in our regular JavaScript digest. And some tools are worth to be described in separate posts. Like this one. FBT is an internationalization framework for JavaScript!FBT is designed to be not only powerful and flexible but also simple and…

Development approaches for porting code bases to the new platform

There are 6 software development methodologies we talked about in our blog post last time. But there are also several different development approaches for porting code bases to the new platform we’d like you to discover today!
We separate between three different approaches to implementing…

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Our first #youtube video is now live.
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I have been getting questions about how to get emojis in your text editor. So I made a tutorial about installing and setting up emojis in #vscode . Check it out when you have 2 mins to spare 😊 and upgrade your editor.
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Part 2: When Not to use #javascript arrow functions?
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Callback functions with dynamic context is a powerful feature in #js.
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However, arrow function binds the context statically on declaration, thus making it not possible to be dynamic.
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Problems, solutions, and explanations for algorithms in JavaScript

Last October we shared with you JavaScript examples of many common algorithms. Now it’s the time to dive into problems, solutions, and explanations for algorithms in JavaScript!
Algorithm challenges are effective because there are more than one way to solve them. This opens the …

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When Not to use #javascript arrow functions?
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What Vue.js 3.0 is going to be like?

We love Vue and think that this framework has a great future! Meanwhile, many developers are waiting for its new release. What Vue.js 3.0 is going to be like?

Currently in Vue, when a parent component re-renders, its child(ren) also has to re-render. With Vue 3, the parent and child can be…

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…

Let’s talk about #javascriptdestructuring some more, shall we?
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ES6 destructuring allows you to rename your newly created variable, all while assigning a default value to it.
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Why Rails is used by GitLab

As Rails agency, Syndicode knows a lot about Rails and knows where and how to find talented Rails developers. There are many reasons we choose Rails. But this time we found an article explaining why Rails is used by GitLab. Are you interested?
If you look at GitLab, it has an enormous amount of…

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