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πŸ”₯ What's Hot in Web Development? β€” Weekly Picks #131

idoshamun profile image Ido Shamun ・3 min read

🌟 This week we have excellent posts about Deno the new javascript runtime, caching, css, golang and even more! Shout out to everyone who keeps writing despite this time. πŸ™Œ

So, let's get it started.

1️⃣ Motionia.js - Animate elements by just one line.

πŸ… A new lightweight library for animating elements with javascript.

2️⃣ My Top 20 VS Code Extensions

It's been a while since we last featured a VS Code extensions list but now they're back! A list of 20 extensions including themes, productivity tools, git utilities and more. πŸ“

3️⃣ How You Can Set Up Remote Development Workflow With VS Code in Your Browser

🌍 VS Code Server is a superb open source project that gives you access to a VS Code instance running on a remote server. In this article, the author walks you through setting up your VS Code Server on DigitalOcean

4️⃣ 10 Super Useful Tricks for JavaScript Developers

I love this kind of blog posts. They are usually pretty straightforward and you can apply the tips immediately. This list is no different, awesome javascript tips. Skim it through to learn 10 new tricks. πŸ†

5️⃣ One Cool Trick to Simplify Reducer Functions

Eric Elliott does it again with another fascinating piece, this time about Redux's reducer function. Eric presents immer, a library that will help you shrink and simplify your reducer. ⏬

6️⃣ History of Software Development – Part 1

A meme that compares Softwares back in the old days and now, pretty funny IMO. 😜

7️⃣ May 30 SSL incident

πŸ•΅οΈβ€β™‚οΈ Algolia had an incident due to SSL root certificates on May 30. In this post, Adam, Director of Infrastructure & Security, shares the post mortem of the incident and their key takeaways.

8️⃣ 2 Traits of Great Programmers

πŸƒβ€β™€οΈ Amy, the author, is a former long-distance runner. She applies concepts from her training to programming. She explains how to build a programming training plan and how to solve problems.

9️⃣ Daily Bookmarks revamp πŸ₯

🀩 I'm so excited that Daily is featured again in our community weekly picks. We released a new bookmarks interface, including a new filter to see only the unread bookmarks, update to the latest version to enjoy.

πŸ”Ÿ Top 10 Tools That Every Web Developer Must Try Once

πŸ†™ A list of 10 tools for developers, mainly IDE focused.

πŸ™Œ Wrap Up!

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You don't need a server to host VS Code, you can use your PC or phone todo so also, check my articles
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Oh! That's great to know, thank you :)

 

Thanks for sharing! Learned few new things.

 
 

Maybe not related to this post. Why does daily have to be run as an extension, not via a web address? I have other important extensions that I cannot give up to use Daily.

 

Hi! We provide an opinionated solution for developers so they can consume content with zero-effort.
We know that a browser extension is not the perfect solution for everyone but it did help a lot of other developers read more news and stay up-to-date. We might consider in the far future developing a web version as well but it's currently not in the roadmap.

 

Thank you for your response. Daily seems pretty useful source for aggregated tech news. I hope there will be a web version in the future. I have it in Firefox as an alternative to Chrome.