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Around the Web – 20190125

brettmn profile image Brett Nelson Originally published at wipdeveloper.com on ・2 min read

And now for somethings to read (or watch) over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.

2.0.4.5 release notes (LWC beta support)

Illuminated Cloud – Lightning Web Components (LWC) Support (beta) Note that you must also have access to an LWC-enabled early access organization until the feature is released for general-availability Implemented LWC development in both traditional/MDAPI and…

Web Standards: The What, The Why, And The How

Smashing Magazine – Jan 14, 2:00 PM – 27 min read Share on Twitter or LinkedIn Upgrade your inbox and get our editors’ picks twice a month. With useful tips for web devs. Sent 2× a month. You can unsubscribe any time — obviously. Web Standards, and the documentation to…

Introducing Ionic 4: Ionic for Everyone

The Ionic Blog – Max Lynch – Jan 23, 9:53 AM – Today I am thrilled to announce the 4.0 release of Ionic Framework, lovingly known as “Ionic for Everyone.” 🎉 Ionic 4 represents the culmination of more than two years of research and hard work transforming Ionic from…

7.3.0 Released: Named capturing groups, private instance accessors and smart pipelines · Babel

babeljs.io – Jan 21 – After over 80 commits, the latest Babel minor release is here! This release includes support for named capturing groups in regular expressions, private instance accessors, the smart pipeline operator and a bunch of improvements to TypeScript…

The future of TypeScript on ESLint

ESLint – Pluggable JavaScript linter – A couple of weeks ago, the TypeScript team shared their roadmap in which they described formally adopting ESLint in their repo and working to improve TypeScript compatibility for ESLint: Semantic rules in ESLint Parity with TSLint Speed &…

Lightning Web Components Developer Week

Salesforce.com – Get Started with Lightning Web Components with Your Local Community Join us for Global Developer Week 2019 as our Community Group learns about the newly released Lightning Web Components, a new programming model for building Lightning components

Till Next Week

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