There's been talks of pipeline operator coming to ECMAScript for at least 2 years so this is no breaking news in any way :). There is a living proposal here with 2 possible variatons: F# and Smart pipelines. Both of them have their own Babel plugins so you can try it anytime.
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Learn the differences between testing a React app with Jest, Enzyme, Testing Library, and Cypress. A side-by-side code comparison between three of the most popular testing tools for React.
As part of that, I'd like to look back at how Redux Starter Kit came to be, talk about my goals and vision for the project, and look at how we've designed the API to fulfill those goals.
A common conundrum in today’s front-end framework world is knowing when and how to take certain asynchronous actions, such as persisting data to a backend. If we’re using a state management library like Redux, we might be further confused as to where without our Redux code we might put this logic.
This blog post answers the following questions: What is shared mutable state? Why is it problematic? How can its problems be avoided?
At the time we created a bot looking at food hashtags and gave likes with a pseudo-human behavior. Today we are going to use existing artificial intelligence models, to give appropriate comments in the correct photos.
TypeScript 3.7 RC includes some of our most highly-requested features! Optional Chaining, Nullish Coalescing, Assertion Functions, Better Support for never-Returning Functions, and more