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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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yesterday 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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yesterday 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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8 days ago 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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8 days ago 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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15 days ago 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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15 days ago 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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22 days ago 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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22 days ago 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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29 days ago 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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29 days ago 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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5 weeks ago 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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5 weeks ago 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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6 weeks ago 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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6 weeks ago 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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7 weeks ago 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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7 weeks ago 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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8 weeks ago 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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8 weeks ago 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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9 weeks ago 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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9 weeks ago 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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10 weeks ago 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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11 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
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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11 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
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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august 2017 by mannieschumpert
 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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august 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 81
via Pocket - Issue 81 August 17th 2017 Progressive Web Apps (PWA) are gaining a lot of popularity these day, and with one of the updates this year (2017), the Create React App creates your project by default as PWA. If you're new to PWAs and want to understand more about how they work with React, this article should help.
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august 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #108: npm Enterprise and edge computing, yet more new ways to join the npm team, your chance to get stickers in Argentina! 
via Pocket - npm weekly #108 For more than two years, big companies have been able to install and operate a private clone of the npm Registry using npm Enterprise. Earlier this week, we blogged about some of the requirements and challenges of offering selective mirroring of the Registry, provisioning additional big-I.T.
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august 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #107: Keeping our ecosystems and communities friendly, npx on Toolsday, 🚨 your chance to pet baby wombats 🚨 
via Pocket - npm weekly #107 Last week, we read a post from Jenn Schiffer that we agreed with so wholeheartedly that we republished it on npm’s blog.
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august 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 80
via Pocket - Issue 80 August 3rd 2017 Congrats to the Glamorous team for their V4 release. If you haven't taken a look at Glamorous, now would be a great time. They even have a fancy new website. React takes a declarative approach to building UI.
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august 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #106: Typo-squatting and malware, securing the registry, we’re seeking the best project manager ever, what can *you* do with npx?
via Pocket - npm weekly #106 Further investigation revealed more potentially harmful packages. These packages were deliberately malicious, so we took immediate action to remove all of the user’s packages as well as their npm account permissions.
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august 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 79
via Pocket - Issue 79 July 27th 2017 Congrats to the React team and all involved in shipping React 16 beta! React 16 is the first release that ships with a rewrite of the React core (previously codenamed "Fiber"). This rewrite had a few goals:
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july 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #105: We shut down npm’s IRC channel, chatting with JavaScript Studio, plus see npm in a glossy print mag!
via Pocket - npm weekly #105 Community is important to us, and maintaining a welcoming, inclusive one even more so. With a team of our size, maintaining and moderating IRC is just not feasible. If you try to access the #npm channel on irc.freenode.net, you’ll now be directed to the npm blog instead.
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july 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #104: email verification for publishing, we talk to Civey, we’re looking for a writer
via Pocket - npm weekly #104 Starting Tuesday, July 25, if you want to publish a new package, you will first have to verify your email address. This is a minor inconvenience that will help us address the major annoyance of spammers publishing large volumes of packages to the Registry, sometimes thousands of packages at once.
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july 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 77
via Pocket - Issue 77 July 13th 2017 Announcing Gatsby 1.0.
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july 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #103: Introducing npx, pretty colors, all about webpack, npm is hiring!
via Pocket - npm weekly #103 In an introductory post, Kat Marchán explains how npx improves the overall npm experience in a number of ways: how you use locally-install tooling, how you execute one-off commands, how you run different versions of Node.js, and much more.
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july 2017 by mannieschumpert
React Newsletter - Issue 76
via Pocket - Issue 76 July 6th 2017 There are two things you need to know to build your own Virtual DOM. You do not even need to dive into React’s source. Or into source code of any other Virtual DOM implementations.
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july 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #102: Chatting with Cerebris, npm’s LTS policy, plus we’re hiring again! 
via Pocket - npm weekly #102 Cerebris is a software consultancy that focuses on creating custom solutions with open-source technologies. In our convo, Dan shared the story of how he and Tom Dale created Glimmer.js, a lightweight component library, and used npm to publish the core packages.
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july 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #101: how many npm users are there? 🤔  why use SemVer? 🤔  want to work with us? 🤔
via Pocket - npm weekly #101 Here’s one of those graphs, which illustrates the increase in npm package downloads since 2013. But how does that answer the question of how many users npm has? The answer lies somewhere between the truth and those five other graphs you can see over on the blog.
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june 2017 by mannieschumpert
npm weekly #100: It’s our 💯 Weekly! Plus, a conversation with ShopKeep, and a rainbow of language support for npx 🌈
via Pocket - npm weekly #100 The new policy is outlined in detail on the blog, so be sure to give it a glance before you file your next issue. Continuing in our series of Customer Convos with the folks who use npm private packages and Orgs, we spoke with Alistair Brown, lead front-end engineer at ShopKeep.
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june 2017 by mannieschumpert

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