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re: Who still regularly uses jQuery?
You can always just make your own function called $ :)
re: I'm a professional React developer, and these are the npm packages I use the most often.
I personally prefer downshift over react-select. Lightweigh...
re: 10 Tips & Tricks that will make you a better ReactJS Dev
Note that hooks make a lot of higher-order components unnec...
re: Learn how you can use GraphQL in .NET Core and C#
Great post! Just a small note: It's a very cool piece of...
re: Why publishing your own npm packages can make you a better developer
Most of this article seems like it could apply to any packa...
re: Let's Encrypt: Wildcard Certificate With Certbot
Would recommend using it along with acme-dns to get auto re...
re: Let's Encrypt: Wildcard Certificate With Certbot
certbot is in the repository of most Linux distros... At le...
re: Getting started with React + GraphQL
Have you compared Apollo to Relay, or to lightweight GraphQ...
re: How we reduced our initial JS/CSS size by 67%
You don't necessarily need Node.js for server side renderin...
re: Re-implementing jQuery methods in the HTMLElement prototype
AFAIK, innerText is also non-standard (originally IE-only) ...
re: Re-implementing jQuery methods in the HTMLElement prototype
Not sure if you've ever used it, but this is basically the ...
re: How we reduced our initial JS/CSS size by 67%
One small suggestion I have is to load React from a CDN, an...
re: Show off your stickers!
Here's mine! I'm upgrading to a newer laptop soon though...
re: Best Open Source Tools For Developers 🛠
Sorry, I should have posted more details in my comment! A ...
re: Best Open Source Tools For Developers 🛠
WSL is a shell, not a terminal/console. You can run WSL ins...
re: Best Open Source Tools For Developers 🛠
For Windows, I'd highly recommend ShareX. It's open source!
re: Best Open Source Tools For Developers 🛠
On Windows, Cmder is a good replacement for the default ter...
re: What happens when you type 'google.com' into a browser and press Enter?
You could go on for much longer if you also talk about hard...
re: The single most usefull php trait I use in my projects
Good point. I forgot that traits can't implement interfaces...
re: The single most usefull php trait I use in my projects
You should implement the JsonSerializable interface (secure...
re: What's your opinion on Microsoft's GitHub Acquisition?
Also see this reply from Linus Torvalds himself: github.com...
re: What's your opinion on Microsoft's GitHub Acquisition?
LinkedIn's been going well since Microsoft's acquisition, a...
re: Running SSL on localhost
Note that ngrok goes over the internet, so it's pretty exce...
re: Running SSL on localhost
Let's Encrypt makes this pretty easy, and free. What I usua...
re: The Super-Brief History of JavaScript Frameworks For Those Somewhat Interested
Nice article, although there's a pretty big gap between the...
re: Which mainstream programming language has the ugliest syntax?
Be glad ReDim Preserve isn't a thing any more :P
re: Smooshing JavaScript
Seems odd that they would rename a method based on an old ...
re: React Beginner Question Thread ⚛
I'm not Dan, but my understanding is that create-react-app ...
re: React Beginner Question Thread ⚛
Some internal teams use Redux, I don't think there's any pu...
re: React Beginner Question Thread ⚛
Not sure if it's still up-to-date, but I used to refer to t...
re: React Beginner Question Thread ⚛
But i don't think "snapshot" tests can totally replace uni...
re: Debugging Travis CI without Commits
If you can afford to use CircleCI then you don't have thos...
re: Debugging Travis CI without Commits
Wouldn't it be better to use Docker so that the build is re...
re: The What and Why of PostgreSQL Views
Great video! I like how you mentioned that it "feels right"...
re: Should you encrypt or compress first?
Thanks, this is useful information!
re: Should you encrypt or compress first?
So is the solution that you should never compress when you'...
re: What is the next language you want to learn, and why?
Personally I'd rather use a stack that's tried and tested, ...
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