A little guide on how you can improve your applications performance using JS concurrency model and leveraging code parallelism.
Web Sockets allow real-time communication between the client browser and a server. They are different from HTTP because they not only allow client to request data from the server but also allow server to push data from the server.
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Curious about all the TypeScript 3.7 hype? Check out this video to learn more about optional chaining and nullish coalescing in TypeScript 3.7.
TypeScript has a lot of advantages. However, it’s not often that you are starting a brand new project. More often though you are working on an existing codebase and simply don’t have luxury of rewriting everything from scratch. After all, we need to deliver new features and fix annoying bugs.
Destructuring assignment and rest parameters are awesome and typical in codebases these days. Is it possible to strongly-type these though
At React Conf 2019 we announced an experimental release of React that supports Concurrent Mode and Suspense. In this post we’ll introduce best practices for using them that we’ve identified through the process of building the new facebook.com.