Dive deep into React's new architecture called Fiber and learn about two main phases of the new reconciliation algorithm. We'll take a detailed look at how React updates state and props and processes children.
At Hasura, we wanted to introduce a statically typed frontend language for quite some time now. We discussed which one we should choose and evaluated options such as PureScript, TypeScript, ReasonML, and Elm.
It's 2020, and browsers can do amazing stuff. This repo contains a non-exhaustive list of less-known features implemented in browsers today. This list isn't intended for a technical audience; instead it wants to be a "I didn't know we could do that in a browser!" list. In many cases, listed features aren't yet part of the standard, and may only be available on certain browsers or configurations.
This is a chess engine/algorithm made only with vanilla JS, CSS, HTML. The engine itself is okay but makes some mistakes. Probably would be rated under 1300. Hopefully this project displays what you can do without libraries or frameworks.
In programming terms, proxy is any entity that acts on behalf of some other entity. A proxy server sits in between a client and server and acts a client for server and vice versa. The job of any proxy is to intercept incoming requests/calls and forward it upstream. This interception allows proxy to add logic and change behavior of incoming and outgoing requests.
Lifely is a real life based life simulator where you start off with certain human attributes like health , morale , intellect and looks.
The task seemed simple enough: “Here is a data set retrieved from a backend. It contains 13,000 items with very long, wordy names (Scientific Organizations). Make a search bar with an auto-suggest…