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

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JavaScript Libraries Are Almost Never Updated Once Installed

An analysis, based on CDNJS data, of when and if JavaScript libraries are updated after being installed onto websites.

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Today, the Trident Era Ends

Starting now, Microsoft will roll out their new Chromium-based Edge browser to their millions of Windows 10 users. And this will also mark the end of an era. The era of the Trident-Engine.

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Playwright

So Microsoft launches a Node-based browser automation project called Playwright. It allows you to spin up a headless version of a browser and control it. Go here! Click something! Take a screenshot! That kind of stuff. Particularly useful for testing.

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Destructure an object to remove a property

I want to delete a property from an object in a pure (immutable) way.

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Understanding Recursion & Memoization via JavaScript

Get a grip on some of the most fundamental programming techniques for traversing data and running optimized algorithms: recursion and memoization.

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Optional Chaining & Nullish Coalescing Tutorial! Two New Javascript Features - YouTube

We will take a dive into two ECMAscript 2020 features coming soon to Javascript: Optional Chaining, and the Nullish Coalescing Operator. Learn these and leve...

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How to scale WebSocket? Horizontal & vertical scaling

WebSocket is a powerful protocol, but scaling WebSocket server can be tricky. Learn how to horizontally scale WebSocket.

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Advanced Node.Js: A Hands on Guide to Event Loop, Child Process and Worker Threads in Node.Js — Soshace • Soshace

In this article we will discuss some of the advanced concepts of Node.js. We will discuss event loop works, concurrency, child process and worker threads.

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Functional programming in JavaScript0456B5AF-BE98-48D5-B21E-CF86A4157550

JavaScript encourages and provides possibilities to write functional code. From this article you will learn how to write functional code in JavaScript.

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Web Performance Calendar » JavaScript component-level CPU costs

Let's talk a bit about keeping tabs on how much CPU is consumed by an application's JavaScript. And let's frame the discussion around components - the atomic building blocks of the application. This way any performance improvement efforts (or regression investigations) can be focused on small (hopef

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