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Working with GraphQL using Vanilla JS
Let’s build a simple form that can communicate with a GraphQL API and search titles of books. We will only use HTML5, CSS3 and ES6 JavaScript.
javascript  es6  graphql  fetch  async  vanilla 
6 weeks ago by spaceninja
How to use async and await with vanilla JavaScript | Go Make Things
You may have seen async and await before and been confused about what they do or why you would use them. Today, I’m going to demystify things a bit with some practical examples.
javascript  vanilla  es6  async  await  promises 
10 weeks ago by spaceninja
Writing a Simple MVC App in Plain JavaScript – Tania Rascia
I wanted to write a simple application in plain JavaScript using the model-view-controller architectural pattern. So I did, and here it is. Hopefully it helps you understand MVC, as it's a difficult concept to wrap your head around when you're first starting out.
javascript  mvc  vanilla  todo  tutorials  howto  projects 
10 weeks ago by spaceninja
Build a state management system with vanilla JavaScript
How do these libraries work though? What would it take to write one ourselves? Turns out, it’s pretty straightforward and there’s an opportunity to learn some really common patterns and also learn about some useful modern APIs that are available to us.
javascript  vanilla  redux  vuex  state  mobx  howto  tutorials  buildyourown 
10 weeks ago by spaceninja
Understanding client side routing by implementing a router in Vanilla JS – Will Taylor Blog
We will start by taking a look at what client side routing is. Next, we will build a simple application with basic client side routing in Vanilla JS. Finally, we will think about the more advanced features that we usually see in client side routing packages, and implement one of them ourselves - parameterised routes.
javascript  vanilla  react  vue  angular  routing  routers  howto  tutorials  buildyourown 
10 weeks ago by spaceninja
How to Implement Redux in 24 Lines of JavaScript
90% convention, 10% library. Redux is among the most important JavaScript libraries ever created. Inspired by prior art like Flux and Elm, Redux put JavaScript functional programming on the map by introducing a scalable architecture of three simple points.
javascript  react  redux  vanilla  buildyourown 
10 weeks ago by spaceninja
A framework author's case against frameworks, by Adrian Holovaty
Adrian cowrote Django, a prominent server-side framework, yet he has come to believe that front-end frameworks are unnecessary for his own projects. Here's his impassioned argument for avoiding JavaScript frameworks on the front end.
frameworks  javascript  fridayfrontend  video  django  react  vue  vanilla 
july 2019 by spaceninja
Core vanilla JS concepts to learn if you eventually want to learn a framework like React, Vue, or Angular
The other day, a reader asked me, "What core vanilla JS concepts should you learn if you eventually want to learn React?" As someone who doesn’t personally enjoy or use frameworks, I decided to ask my students who had made that transition what they found most helpful. Here’s what they told me.
fridayfrontend  cssbasics  javascript  react  vue  frameworks  vanilla 
july 2019 by spaceninja
Learn Vanilla JS
A vanilla JS roadmap, along with learning resources and project ideas to help you get started.
javascript  learning  tutorials  vanilla 
january 2019 by spaceninja
Front-end development is not a problem to be solved
The sentiment is that front-end development is a problem to be solved: “if we just have the _right_ tools and frameworks, then we might _never_ have to write another line of HTML or CSS ever again!” And oh boy what a dream that would be, right? …_We should see front-end development as a unique skillset that is critical to the success of any project._
fridayfrontend  css  html  frameworks  bootstrap  vanilla  css-in-js  cssmodules 
december 2018 by spaceninja
JavaScript 30
Build 30 things with vanilla JS in 30 days with 30 tutorials
vanilla  javascript  tutorials 
october 2018 by spaceninja

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