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The Node.js Project Introduces Latest Release Line: Node.js 10. It contains N-API, experimental promisfied versions of the "fs" functions and more. Node 10 is the next release line to enter Long Term Support (LTS), this is scheduled to happen in October 2018.
In addition npm version 6 has been announced. The core feature of the version 6 is a new command "npm audit".
Angular version 6.0 is now available! This release is focused on the toolchain. It contains improved "ng update" and "ng add" commands, the service workers and manifest for PWA, custom elements, RxJS v.6 and more.
Sometimes webpack configuration is an annoying and frustrating thing. To solve this problem, Jakob Lind coded a tool for creating personalized and optimized webpack configs! Check it out!
In case you’ve decided to dive deeper into a webpack configuration you can find an article "A Beginner’s Guide to webpack 4 and Module Bundling" by Mark Brown interesting. Here you can read about the configuration modules, preprocessors, loaders, plugins, etc.
"Inspecting Animations in Chrome DevTools" by Robin Rendle is a quick demo of what Chrome's Animation panel has to offer if you want to spy on how CSS animations and CSS transitions work.
“HTML Source Order and HTML that works without CSS”. In this video, Jen Simmons explains how to avoid issues with screen-readers, web crawlers, etc. when the order matters.
Jake and Surma are talking about Work-Life Balance in the episode of HTTP203. Working during weekends and on vacations is quite normal in IT, but definitely is not healthy. I agree with the statement: "just take a break".
Michał Witkowski in his turn has posted an article titled "How to debug frontend: Optimising network assets". Here you can find the tips to make your website lighter, by decreasing your assets’ weight.
Animated GIFs can be huge but in this guide, you can learn how to curb that bloat by replacing them with MPEG-4 and WebM.
Brad Frost has published his opinion piece in “What’s wrong with CSS-in-JS?". He expressed his idea in three paragraphs.
An article "New CSS Features That Are Changing Web Design" by Zell Liew. The first part of the article is about Grid CSS and its power. The second part is about CSS shapes, clip-path, and SVG.
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