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JavaScript Weekly Issue 358: October 27, 2017

The V8 Engine, Today and in the Future   #Nodejs #javascript #reactjs #angular

  • Thomas Nattestad explores what recent changes to the V8 engine mean for JavaScript performance and how the V8 team evaluates improvements against the real world.
  • JS Kongress 2017: The Future of JavaScript (Nov 13-14, Munich) news – – Two days on the future of JS (inc.
  • JS Kongress – – Easy i18n in 10 Lines of JavaScript tutorial – – A fun little use for template literals.
  • Andrea Giammarchi – – Screen Capture in Google Chrome tutorial – – Learn how to access the screen capture capabilities of Google Chrome from within a web an Animated Fractal in 32 Lines of JavaScript tutorial – – – – What is RxJS?
  • And Why You Should Know About It tutorial – – Ben Lesh – – Predix.io Connects Edge to Cloud, Operator to Analyst tools – – Predix helps you develop, deploy, and operate industrial apps at the edge and in the cloud.

V8 Release 6.3: Speed and New ES Features, Creating HTML Web Components with Vanilla JS, The 14 JavaScript Debugging Tips You Probably Didn’t Know, Mocking is a Code Smell, Apollo Client 2.0: A Way to Manage App State with GraphQL, and more.

The latest branch of the V8 engine will make its first appearance in Chrome 63. Performance increases are the order of the day, plus three ‘stage 3’ ECMAScript features.

While native Web Component support isn’t 100% yet, polyfills are available, and this tutorial walks through what’s involved to create your own HTML tags as components.

Debug your JavaScript with greater speed and accuracy using these lesser-known tips and tricks.

“Don’t waste your time wedging dependency injection into your app so you can mock the whole world. Chances are very good that it’s hurting you more than it’s helping.”

Describe your data requirements with a GraphQL query, and Apollo Client manages the rest. Works with React, Angular, Vue, etc, and used by numerous large companies.

There’s a growing divide between what we write as code and what ships to users. Source maps provide access to the original source when debugging compiled apps.

Thomas Nattestad explores what recent changes to the V8 engine mean for JavaScript performance and how the V8 team evaluates improvements against the real world.

JS Kongress 2017: The Future of JavaScript (Nov 13-14, Munich) news

Two days on the future of JS (inc. WebAssembly and tooling). Topics include frontend architecture, webpack, React, Perf, etc.

JavaScript Weekly Issue 358: October 27, 2017

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