TENJAVASCRIPT

10 fresh write-ups from the JavaScript world. Comes out every Friday (or Saturday if I'm overloaded).

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Debounce Explained – How to Make Your JavaScript Wait For Your User To Finish Typing

The most common use case for a debounce is to pass it as an argument to an event listener attached to an HTML element. To get a better understanding of what this looks like, and why it is useful, let’s look at an example.

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Understand JavaScript’s Generators in 3 Minutes

The generator type in JavaScript is often left undiscussed. This is because there are few scenarios when you would actually want to use it. However, that does not negate the usefulness of the feature — Because when these scenarios do eventually crop up, you’ll be glad to have generators under your belt.

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Don't make assumptions about JS performance

After re-reading YDKJS: Async and Performance. I had the realization that I have been making over-optimizations. I had not taken into consideration JS engine optimizations.

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Mastering Promise.allSettled in React

Every year a new version of javascript comes out. This year’s version, ES2020, released with a bunch of cool new features. While a lot of features got a lot of hype, a new method on the Promise…

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GitHub - leonardomso/awesome-fsm

🤖 A curated list of awesome resources related to finite state machines and statecharts.

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GitHub - snipsnapdev/snipsnap

The ultimate snippets collection and VS Code extension that automatically exposes all available snippets for every library you are using in your project.

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Angular Autosave for Forms, Services and NgRx

Saving a user's changes automatically improves user-experience by preventing data loss. Let's see how we can implement autosave behaviors with Angular.

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What's new in Visual Code June 2020

Learn what is new in the Visual Studio Code June 2020 Release (1.47)

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JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures

This repository contains JavaScript based examples of many popular algorithms and data structures. Each algorithm and data structure has its own separate README with related explanations and links for further reading (including ones to YouTube videos).

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