The final release of the popular module bundler is due in a month to let plugin developers catch up, but you can play with it already. It’s faster, output is smaller, it’s taken a ‘zero config’ approach, and way more.
Sean T. Larkin
Seen the Wat talk?
An interesting project that involves using a projector and camera to scan and run physical ‘programs’ that you can literally edit ‘by hand’.
Jan Paul Posma
One company’s extensive set of guidelines covering ‘project level’ concerns like git, dependencies, environments, and API design.
Some interesting feature proposals that didn’t make it. One for the perpetually curious readers amongst you :-)
..and how to avoid them yourself. Spoiler: Most involve TypeError. The data behind this comes from the Rollbar error monitoring service.
Yes, jQuery is still with us, and the
methods now accept an array of class names. (3.3.1
rapidly followed 3.3.0.)
Promise.prototype.finally Now Stage 4 in TC39 Process news
Jordan Harband on Twitter
Nested Ternaries are Great tutorial
condition ? trueExp : falseExp type constructions.
5 Tips and Thoughts on Async / Await Functions tutorial
J Cole Morrison
How To Make a Drag-and-Drop File Uploader With Vanilla JS tutorial
A thorough walkthrough, as you’d expect from Smashing Magazine.
Get started with the beta release of MongoDB's backend-as-a-service with step-by-step tutorials and sample apps.
HTML Templating with Vanilla ES2015 Template Literals tutorial
7 Quick Techniques for ES6 Developers tutorial
Hyperapp is a very lightweight library inspired by Elm.
Building Vue.js Apps with Parcel tutorial
Array.from() Accepts a Second Argument That.. tutorial
.. can be a mapping function
Addy Osmani on Twitter
What's New in Chrome 64's DevTools in 3 Minutes video
Google Chrome Developers
TDD with Wallaby.js video
Or unit testing on steroids (make sure to watch till the end).
What’s New in Vue Devtools 4.0 tools
D3 Discovery: Easily Find Plugins for D3.js tools
D3 is a powerful data visualization toolkit made even better with plugins.
Parcel 1.5 Released: Source Maps, WebAssembly, Rust, and More tools
It’s not just Webpack having all the fun :-)
Electron-based and it evaluates as you type.
Greenlet: Move An Async Function Into Its Own Thread code
A simplified single-function version of workerize.