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React Newsletter - Issue 122
via Pocket - Issue 122 June 21st 2018 Here's a post from Sophie of the React team on the current state of React Native. Included is internal projects at facebook that use React Native, an architecture update, and the current status of the community.
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npm weekly #151: Chatting with one of the creators of StandardJS Greenkeeper 3 is out now, Pride shirts are still available!
via Pocket - npm weekly #151 In the latest convo, we chatted with StandardJS author Feross Aboukhadijeh about how he uses npm. For more information, including info about his everyday npm use, check out the full interview on our blog. If you have a cool project you'd like to share with us, reach out to marketing@npmjs.com.
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3 hours ago by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #150: Verify our pgp signature, meet the newest members of our team, and language lessons from Mister Rogers
via Pocket - npm weekly #150 This tool requires that you have the Keybase command-line tool already installed. npm Pride 2018 shirts are still on sale. Check out all twelve designs!
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7 days ago by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 121
via Pocket - Issue 121 June 7th 2018 When styling components, worrying about naming collisions, deep nesting for selector specificity and knowing when it’s 100% safe to remove a style shouldn’t be a concern. That time and energy should be focused on the specific component styles.
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14 days ago by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #149: Pride 2018 shirts are available now! Tell us about `npm audit fix` and join us next month at ScotlandJS!
via Pocket - npm weekly #149 This year’s shirts are the result of a cool collaboration between us and &yet. Just like last year, 100% of the proceeds go to a good cause: The Trevor Project. There are twelve designs to choose from, so check them out and get yours now!
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14 days ago by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 120
via Pocket - Issue 120 May 31st 2018 React turned 5 years old a few days ago. When I first started this newsletter I remember how hard it was to get links every week. Now we could probably ship it daily and still have enough content. Congrats to everyone who has been involved in making React what it is today.
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20 days ago by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #148: npm@6 ships with Node.js v10.3.0, npm v6.1.0 is `latest`, npm CTO does competitive powerlifting!
via Pocket - npm weekly #148 This upgrade was first announced in the introduction of npm@6 and the initial release of the Node.js@10 line back in April. Because of the hard work of the Node.js team and npm, npm v6.1.0 is available when you upgrade to Node.js v10.3.0. Great work everyone!
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21 days ago by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 119
via Pocket - Issue 119 May 24th 2018 The latest minor release of React adds support for an oft-requested feature: pointer events! It also includes a bugfix for getDerivedStateFromProps. Check out the full changelog in this post.
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27 days ago by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #147: 3 million security scans! 5 billion weekly downloads! snow leopards biting tails!
via Pocket - npm weekly #147 If you’ve used `npm audit`, pgp keys, read-only tokens, two-factor authentication, or any other number of our security features, thank you! You’re helping us make the ecosystem more secure every day.
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28 days ago by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 118
via Pocket - Issue 118 May 17th 2018 This article will teach you Redux by breaking down four of its principles: Three Fundamental Principles, Single source of truth (SSOT), Read-only state, and Changes from pure functions. This is the original guide for learning to build apps with React.js. Recently upgraded to support React 16.
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5 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #146: Learn about package management en Español, turn on 2FA for npm, plus cute baby chicks 🐣
via Pocket - npm weekly #146 Last fall, Kat Marchán traveled all the way to Buenos Aires, Argentina to speak at NodeConf Argentina. While there, Kat spoke about the number of ways npm@5 made package management faster and easier for developers.
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5 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 117
via Pocket - Issue 117 May 10th 2018 Binding event handlers in React can be tricky (you have JavaScript to thank for that). In this post, you'll explore the common ways of creating event bindings in React, and you'll learn their pros and cons.
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5 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #145: Learn more about `npm audit`, NodeSchool Oakland is Saturday, and send us your `npm ci` stories!
via Pocket - npm weekly #145 Head over to the blog to read Adam's rundown of this powerful new feature. Last month, Jeff Lembeck traveled to Cluj, Romania to speak at JSHeroes 2018.
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6 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 116
via Pocket - Issue 116 May 3rd 2018 React Router moved away from a route config approach to routing to a component based approach. However, if you need it, you can still have a central route config with React Router. In this post, we'll walk through how by breaking down the 'Route Config' example on the React Router docs.
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7 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #144: npm talks security on JS Party, hello `wasm-pack` and introducing `rfcs` 
via Pocket - npm weekly #144 Listen to JS Party #23: The state of Node security here. Wes joins the team from Yorkshire, England, where he lives with his wife and two extremely mischievous sons. Seeing as he’s already a massive Doctor Who fan, he fits in quite nicely. Welcome, Wes!
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7 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 115
via Pocket - Issue 115 April 26th 2018 Higher-order components have a few weird things about them that you can fix easily. This article shows you what those weird things are and how to fix them. When the Firefox Add-ons team ported addons.mozilla.
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8 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #143: npm@6 is here! we also look back at npm@5 and forward to npm@7
via Pocket - npm weekly #143 Either way, we hope you enjoy npm@6! Sr. Service Reliability Engineer We’re looking for someone who enjoys solving complex problems but also remains open and communicates with empathy.
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8 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 114
via Pocket - Issue 114 April 19th 2018 If you missed it, here are all the recordings and material from our free React bootcamp.
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8 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #142: Attitudes to security in JS, adding pgp signatures to packages, and we’re in Cluj for JSHeroes!
via Pocket - npm weekly #142 The survey results are fascinating — they show optimism about open source while revealing a number of broader concerns with security. Read the full report on the blog for more details.
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9 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #141: ^Lift Security joins npm, developer survey results are in, plus npm goes to JSHeroes!
via Pocket - npm weekly #141 Adam Baldwin Adam is the foremost security expert and advocate in Node.js, creator of the Node.js Security Project and head of security at npm. He brings two decades of information security experience to npm, as well as thoughtful leadership.
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10 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 113
via Pocket - Issue 113 April 5th 2018 In this thorough beginner-friendly introduction to framework’s internals, you'll learn to demystify JSX, how React makes rendering decisions, how to find bottlenecks, and some tips to avoid common mistakes.
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10 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #140: How we rebuilt npmjs.com, a Customer Convo with SendBird, plus JS Interactive is coming soon!
via Pocket - npm weekly #140 Last week, we announced the release of the newest version of npmjs.com. Like any cool new release, there has to be a version with behind the scenes commentary. Katie Fenn takes you on a tour of how we rebuilt the npm site in this wonderful post, Re-inventing npmjs.com.
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11 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 112
via Pocket - Issue 112 March 29th 2018 For over a year, the React team has been working to implement asynchronous rendering. Last month during his talk at JSConf Iceland, Dan unveiled some of the exciting new possibilities async rendering unlocks.
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11 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #139: a new site for npm, a new version release (5.9.0), and a cool t-shirt you won’t want to miss
via Pocket - npm weekly #139 It uses webpack, React, Tachyons, CSS Modules, Spife, Rust, npm ci, and Sentry to name just a handful of the cool technologies under the hood. Check out npmjs.com for yourself or read this BTS Twitter thread from Laurie.
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12 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 110
via Pocket - Issue 110 March 15th 2018 In the past few years React has become a mainstay in the front end development community and React 16 has more to offer than ever.
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march 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #137: version 5.8.0-next.0 is here, qdd is nifty, some exciting wasm news
via Pocket - npm weekly #137 Read the full release notes here. If you or your team is building something cool with npm, we want to hear about it and help promote it far and wide. Let’s partner up to show off what you’ve built.
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march 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 109
via Pocket - React's future, server rendering React Router, component based CSS, and much more Theresa from the Yelp engineering team walks through their approach to styling their component based React app at Yelp. Josh likes functional components. Josh likes them so much, he decided to blog about it. Thanks Josh for taking the time to share your opinions with us.
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march 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #136: `npm ci` is here, NodeSchool Oakland is this Saturday, plus shout out to first timers! 
via Pocket - npm weekly #136 One noticeable difference is the greatly reduced time to install, which in some cases is twice as fast as using `npm i`. Learn more about `npm ci` by visiting our blog. Congratulations to Alex Olivier who published their first npm module last week.
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march 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 108
via Pocket - Issue 108 March 2nd 2018 Dan Abramov of the React team just spoke at JSConf Iceland 2018 with a preview of some new features they've been working on in React. The talk opens with a question: “With vast differences in computing power and network speed, how do we deliver the best user experience for everyone?”
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march 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #135: npm on the CodeTalk podcast, a Customer Convo with Sqreen, and a request to share your npm ci stories!
via Pocket - npm weekly #135 C J also shares her perspective on microservices and modularity as well as some behind the scenes stuff. Give the episode a listen to learn more about some of npm’s technical decisions and approaches. Hack Illinois, created in 2014, is the first Open Source-focused collegiate hackathon.
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march 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 107
via Pocket - Issue 107 February 22nd 2018 React Native joined React in migrating to use an MIT license. The days of relying on external libraries for managing light non-local state are coming to a close. React's new Context API will be the go-to solution for sharing state simply™️ (in this author's opinion).
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february 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #134: Check out our new packages page, take a 5-second survey, and give `thanks`! 
via Pocket - npm weekly #134 Created by Jerry Gabra and Alex Early, this new interface will be heading to a browser near you shortly. If you dig it, let them know! We are so happy to support Hack in the North, an event coming up next month in Allahabad, India.
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february 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 106
via Pocket - Issue 106 February 15th 2018 This article takes a closer look at some of the patterns that are emerging in the React ecosystem. These patterns improve readability, code clarity, and push your code towards composition and reusability. An account of one man's journey into the ReasonML space.
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february 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm Weekly #133: Billions of packages downloaded! We’re hiring again! A sneak peek at our next release! 
via Pocket - npm Weekly #133 You all downloaded 4 billion packages in the previous week, representing more than 12 billion package installations in that time. But realistically speaking, CI build boxes most likely installed up to tens or hundreds of thousands of packages each.
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february 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 105
via Pocket - Issue 105 February 8th 2018 What exactly Expo is? It’s a set of tools built for React Native, giving you a nice layer of abstraction over some common, mobile-development tasks and APIs (e.g.
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february 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #132: The JavaScript Ecosystem Survey results are in, welcome Anais and Huei, and we’re hiring again! 
via Pocket - npm weekly #132 There’s a lot more in store, and with our partners at the JS Foundation and the Node.js Foundation we’ll be taking you through many of the results in greater detail. For now, take a look at your responses to the first question: How is the JavaScript that you write put to use?
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february 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 104
via Pocket - Issue 104 February 1st 2018 React is awesome! it allows you to start building apps with ease, be it small and simple apps or big and complex apps. As applications evolve, it is only natural for requirements to do so as well and, in consequence, you will eventually need to boost some performance out of your app.
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february 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #131: Get socks for docs, welcome Lorin & Terri, plus Global Diversity CFP Day is Saturday!
via Pocket - npm weekly #131 Welcome Lorin, Tom, and Terri! Please join us in welcoming more awesome new people to the npm team! Lorin Bond joins the team as npm’s very first project manager! Originally from the Bay Area, she earned an MBA at Boston University and then made the return trek home.
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february 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 103
via Pocket - Issue 103 January 25th 2018 There's a new context API coming to React and it was just merged. It'll be out in the next minor release.
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january 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #130: Take the Package Signing Survey, meet Carolyn and Joel, plus npm heads to Romania in April!
via Pocket - npm weekly #130 If you know a little (or a lot) about module signing implementation or third party implementations, head over to the package.community repo and read the discussion for more details on how to contribute.
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january 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 102
via Pocket - Issue 102 January 18th 2018 React.Fragment is a new feature and it's pretty rad. This post walks through why it's useful and how to use it. A recent release of react-beautiful-dnd improved the library's performance by 99%. This blog goes over the techniques they used to achieve their drastic improvements.
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january 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #129: Introducing Spife, check out ORMnomnom, and a reminder to fill out the 2017 JS Ecosystem Survey.
via Pocket - npm weekly #129: Introducing Spife, check out ORMnomnom, and a reminder to fill out the 2017 JS Ecosystem Survey. We teamed up with the JS Foundation and the Node.js Foundation to create this survey so you can have a voice in helping us make better tools for the JavaScript community. We’ll be circulating the survey until the end of January, so fill one out today.
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january 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 101
via Pocket - Issue 101 January 11th 2018 Code splitting has gained popularity recently for its ability to allow you to split your app into separate bundles your users can progressively load. In this post we’ll take a look at not only what code splitting is and how to do it, but also how to implement it with React Router.
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january 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #128: The State of JavaScript Frameworks, an update on Saturday’s incident, Global CFP Diversity Day is coming up!
via Pocket - npm weekly #128: The State of JavaScript Frameworks, an update on Saturday’s incident, Global CFP Diversity Day is coming up! Part 1 is dedicated to front-end frameworks and examining their share of the registry during the period between January 2013 and 2018; Part 2 explores the React ecosystem; and Part 3 examines back-end frameworks. Collect them all!
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january 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 100
via Pocket - Issue 100 January 5th 2018 The AWS AppSync GraphQL service offers real-time updates and built-in offline support along with first class integration with ElasticSearch, DynamoDB, and AWS Lambda. In this post, you'll learn how to get up and running with it.
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january 2018 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #127: New npm package naming rules, how to handle an outage,  a Teacup update!
via Pocket - npm weekly #127 Under the new package naming rules, new packages that only differ from existing packages in punctuation will not be published. Publishing under your scope is one alternate method still available, but for the full details read the post. We’ve partnered with the JS Foundation and the Node.
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january 2018 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Special Edition: 📈 Top Articles of 2017.
via Pocket - Special Edition: ? Top Articles of 2017. December 28th 2017 Developing complex React applications is… well, complex. You need to keep many things in your head at the same time, and it’s super easy to get distracted and lose focus. There are powerful tools to help you stay in the flow, and make you more productive.
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december 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 98
via Pocket - Issue 98 December 21st 2017 This document also covers some pitfalls of the current React context API as well as some potential improvements.
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december 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #126: Take the 2017 JavaScript Ecosystem survey, Bundlephobia, memes for the meme gods, socks for the sock throne
via Pocket - npm weekly #126 In partnership with the JS Foundation and the Node.js Foundation, we’ve put out the 2017 JavaScript Ecosystem Survey. Please take ten minutes to share your thoughts.
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december 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 97
via Pocket - Issue 97 December 14th 2017 If you're in (or can get to) New York from January 11th - 12th, the pros at React Native Training are giving a two day workshop all on React Native.
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december 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #125: Save Net Neutrality, npm at Scotland JS, and someone discovered a new optical illusion!
via Pocket - npm weekly #125 It’s not too late to use your voice and join the online campaign to stop the FCC. 177 million Americans will be affected by the repeal (and this editor, a freelancer, is one of them – Ed.).
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december 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 96
via Pocket - Issue 96 December 7th 2017 Through a process of profiling, making a fix, and profiling again, AirBNB dramatically improved the interaction performance on their listings page, which makes the booking experience smoother and more satisfying.
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december 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #124: Enable 2FA already, the week of 3.5 billion package downloads, plus a Nodevember npm-inspired project!
via Pocket - npm weekly #124 Last month, Laurie spoke at Nodevember in Nashville, Tennessee and Bryan Hughes happened to be in the audience. Laurie’s talk on npm and SOA, or service oriented architecture, inspired Bryan to create Dynamic Web Loader.
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december 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 95
via Pocket - Issue 95 November 30th 2017 React 16.2 is now available! The biggest addition is improved support for returning multiple children from a component’s render method, called fragments. This article covers how to capture text input and input via other form elements like

,

, and

.
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november 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #123: Getting real about productivity and health, npm CLI version 5.6.0 is on deck, welcome npm wharf!
via Pocket - npm weekly #123 If you regularly decline invitations from friends or family because you need to just do a couple things on a project, and there will always be time in the future for “fun stuff,” then this post is for you.
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november 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 94
via Pocket - Issue 94 November 23rd 2017 This article tackles the following common React pitfalls: Bad shouldComponentUpdate implementations and why PureComponent won’t save you, changing the DOM too fast, and using events and callbacks without limitations. Over the last year or two rendering templates with React.
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november 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #122: Thankgsiving Edition 🦃 npm & Fastly, new videos from NodeConf EU and JS Kongress, plus a Teacup update!
via Pocket - npm weekly #122 In Diff at the edge with serverless cloud functions, Betts walks you through the process of using Fastly’s CDN in combination with existing public packages on npm and ones he created himself. Read the full tutorial to learn how you can reduce cost from large MBs to a handful of KBs.
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november 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 93
via Pocket - Issue 93 November 16th 2017 This is a speaker deck from Michele, a facebook engineer. In this deck he covers everything you need to know about setState (and probably more). In this article Josh walks you through the steps he took to improve the performance of a recent React app he's been working on.
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november 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #121: npm chats with the Google Cloud Team, the CouchDB vulnerability and the registry, jobs for engineering and sales managers!
via Pocket - npm weekly #121 Google, perhaps you’ve heard of it, is a huge company that builds products across a ton of different spaces. Using npm Orgs and private packages allows developers across the company to distribute and re-use code while maintaining consistency.
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november 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 92
via Pocket - Issue 92 November 9th 2017 React v16.1.0 was just released with lots of bug fixes, better error messages, and smaller footprint, and more ?. Portals let you render a bit of React-controlled DOM outside of the parent component. The React docs explain it nicely, using the example of a modal.
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november 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #120: A new Customer Convo with Elsevier, learn the “A”s from our AMA, plus get some npm socks!
via Pocket - npm weekly #120 Elsevier is an international multimedia publishing business that started back in 1880. These days, they’re an industry leader in research and information analytics. In this Customer Convo, Marcus shares how Elsevier uses private packages to keep a wealth of information organized.
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november 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 91
via Pocket - Issue 91 November 2nd 2017 More and more apps are being designed for the global market which means your app will need to work for an audience using various languages and dialects. React does not have internationalization (i18n) built-in, but it is not hard to internationalize an app, especially with the help from i18next.
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november 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #119: npm AMA on Hashnode, a customer convo with LogRocket, last call for marketing applicants!
via Pocket - npm weekly #119 Curious about how we do something? Want to know more about our reasoning behind a certain feature? Now is your chance to ask us! CTO CJ Silverio is taking your questions in an AMA on Hashnode. She will start answering Wednesday, November 8, so get your questions in before then.
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november 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 90
via Pocket - Issue 90 October 26th 2017 In this article, Dan Schafer, co-creator of GraphQL, talks about some of the fundamental characteristics of GraphQL and how they evolved. It didn't just emerge from the primordial void. There was a lot of discussion and evolution over the course of it history.
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october 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #118: npm featured in Increment, 3.3 billion packages in just one week, plus an update on Teacup!
via Pocket - npm weekly #118 If so, let’s talk! Check out the posting and reach out. In just three weeks, Ashley Williams will be in Munich, Germany to speak at JS Kongress. Tickets are still available, so grab one before they’re gone and see Ashley’s keynote IRL.
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october 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 89
via Pocket - Issue 89 October 19th 2017 An illustrated tour of the triumphs and tragedies experienced while scaling React server-side rendering within a microservice architecture.
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october 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #117: Security and the npm Registry, 600 million downloads in one day, we’re hiring again × 2!
via Pocket - npm weekly #117 Earlier this month, npm CTO CJ Silverio spoke at Node.js Interactive North America on how the npm Registry handles security. If you’re curious about how publishing actually works or want to know how npm keeps users secure from malware, check out the video to get the inside scoop.
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october 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 88
via Pocket - Issue 88 October 12th 2017 A debounce is a tool that every web developer should have in their kit. It improves performance by limiting the number of expensive calculations, API calls, and DOM updates.
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october 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #116: 12+ billion packages downloaded every month, npm at NodeConf EU, plus a very revealing npm thread!
via Pocket - npm weekly #116 Laurie Voss recently tweeted that y'all are downloading over 12 billion packages every 28 days! Keep up the good work everyone. ? The European Node Family reunion, a.k.a.
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october 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 87
via Pocket - Issue 87 October 5th 2017 Facebook released a rewrite of a large portion of React last week. React 16 has been much anticipated, and the new Fiber rendering pipeline allows for a lot of performance improvements.
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october 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #115: Announcing 2FA and read-only tokens, we took puppies to Node.js Interactive, npm version 5.5.1 is out now!
via Pocket - npm weekly #115 You should make use of these security features right away to keep your npm account secure and help the community trust the packages it installs. Learn more in the full announcement on the npm blog. We mentioned a while back that Kat Marchán was presenting at this year’s Nordic.
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october 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 86
via Pocket - Issue 86 September 28th 2017 Congrats to the React team for releasing React 16! Here's an excerpt from the official release. "We're excited to announce the release of React v16.
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september 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #114: Publishing what you mean to publish with Adam Baldwin, npm turns 8, plus lots of package recommendations! 📦
via Pocket - npm weekly #114 Learn more as he digs into the behavior of npm publish, .gitignore versus .npmignore and discusses the benefits of whitelisting. Read the full story on the blog.
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september 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 85
via Pocket - Issue 85 September 21st 2017 React Native Bootcamp is for developers who would like to quickly learn the fundamentals and concepts needed to build cross-platform mobile applications using the React Native framework. Tyler sat down with Styled Components co-author and passionate coffee lover Max Stoiber.
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september 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #113: npm version 5.4.2 is out now, one hundred billion! packages downloaded, plus a screaming fox 🦊
via Pocket - npm weekly #113 In version 5.4.2. you’ll find mostly bug fixes (yay!), a UX tweak (hooray!), plus some updates to documentation (always a good investment in the future). For the full details, head on over to the blog and take a look at the release notes.
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september 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #112: npm CLI and supporting Node.js versions, a Non-Violent Communication video we love, plus a new Teacup video! 💕
via Pocket - npm weekly #112 We support the most recent release of each of those versions. For example, if you’re using Node version 8.2.1 and running into problems, we’re going to ask you to first upgrade to Node version 8.4.0, because that is the version supported.
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september 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 84
via Pocket - Issue 84 September 7th 2017 The first React 16 RC is now available for public testing. ? Still confused about what exactly React Fiber is and how it changes React? This article will definitely help.
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npm weekly #111: npm on CTRL+CLICK CAST, Polymer 3 moving to npm, plus we go to Zürich for RustFest!
via Pocket - npm weekly #111 In episode 99, hosts Lea Alcantara and Emily Lewis chat with Laurie about web development trends, including a discussion on frameworks and the pros and cons of adopting web trends. Listen to the full episode at CTRL+CLICK CAST or read the full interview transcript.
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React Newsletter - Issue 82
via Pocket - Issue 82 August 24th 2017 Borrowing the concept of delegation from native iOS, this is a new approach to solving the callback mess you can end up in with React. Sometimes it can be easy for React components to get a bit bloated, and that's not always a bad thing.
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 npm weekly #109: we chat with Clue 🔍, version 5.4.0 is out now ✅, plus we’re still hiring! 🎉
via Pocket - npm weekly #109 In our continuing series of Customer Convos, we chatted with npm customer Jan Klausa from the popular period tracking app Clue.
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