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ES Module preloading and integrity
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Global Scope, the brand new, 100% JavaScript global online conference, coming July
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The state of Web Workers in 2021
www.smashingmagazine.com@DasSurma


ECMAScript proposal: Accessible Object.prototype.hasOwnProperty()
2ality.com@rauschma, @2ality


ECMAScript proposal: Ergonomic brand checks for private fields
2ality.com@rauschma, @2ality


Encoding and decoding data for POST requests (search parameters, form data)
jakearchibald.com@jaffathecake



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