JSter #170 - Libraries and more

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05/07/21

 One JavaScript - Shaken, not strirred

React Finland 2021 will take place online 30.08-03.09 and we'll do live satellite events where possible. The main content will be freely available and we have a variety of workshops (most commercial) to choose from.

Resources

Tools

  • GraphQL Modules - Tooling for GraphQL servers
  • micromark - The smallest commonmark compliant markdown parser that exists; new basis for @unifiedjs (hundreds of projects w/ billions of downloads for dealing w/ content)
  • Packup - Packup is web application bundler for Deno, inspired by parcel
  • Nextra - Nextra is a Next.js based static site generator. 0 lines of code needed.
  • ToolJet - An open-source no-code platform for building and deploying internal tools.
  • Modern Web - Guides, tools and libraries for modern web development.

Libraries

  • flopflip - Flip or flop features in your React application in real-time backed by flag provider of your choice
  • fwouts/react-screenshot-test - A dead simple library to screenshot test React components
  • kevglass/gute - Gute is a simple web games library
  • enquirer - Stylish, intuitive and user-friendly prompts, for Node.js. Used by eslint, webpack, Generate, lint-staged, pm2, gluegun, hygen, GitHub Actions Toolkit, @airbnb/nimbus, and many others!
  • Konva - HTML5 2d canvas js library for desktop and mobile applications
  • TuSimple/naive-ui - A Vue 3 Component Library. Fairly Complete. Customizable Themes. Uses TypeScript. Not too Slow.
  • sindresorhus/ow - Function argument validation for humans
  • Swiper - The Most Modern Mobile Touch Slider
  • tajo/react-range - Range input with a slider. Accessible. Bring your own styles and markup.
  • country-code-emoji - Convert country codes to corresponding emojis
  • open-draft/until - Better async/await

Typescript

Techniques

Articles

Interviews

Frameworks

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