- Saved from Callback Hell - A dive into what sound programming using SOLID principles has to offer with callbacks.
- Prottle - Promise.all() throttle
- Awaiterfall - async await simple waterfall
- simplify-string - Create a human readable or SEO url tag from string.
ES6 and beyond
- Trailing comma in ECMAScript 2017 function parameter list - Object and array literals allow us to leave a comma dangling off the final item since the third version of ECMAScript.
- Fetch – Modern Async Server Calls - XMLHttpRequest (XHR) is the definition of an old, confusing, complex tool. Fetch API is the simpler replacement.
- Angular 2 has been released! Does this threaten React? - Will Angular 2 be as popular as its first version? Should React be afraid of losing the position of market lead?
- Electrode: An universal react/node app platform by WalmartLabs - Electrode focuses on performance, component reusability, and simple deployment to multiple cloud providers—so you can focus on what makes your app unique.
- Rubix - A Rubik’s Cube with Redux
- Angular Router: understanding redirects - Using redirects we can transform the URL before the router creates a router state out of it. This is useful for normalizing URLs and large scale refactorings.
- The ultimate Redux typed store implementation for Angular 2 - Get the best of all worlds: Redux simple data flow, Typed store models, Intellisense and re-factoring assistance for all your data structure.
- Using Angular CLI to create Angular 2 applications in Docker - A quick demo of how you can try out the Angular CLI (github) project without having to install all the tools on your local machine.
- Angular 2 vs React: The Ultimate Dance Off - Lately, I’ve been exploring Angular 2 in-depth. Here’s how it compares to React in my opinion.
- XKCD: Coffee
- LPT: If you HATE slideshows in webarticles, you can use deslide.clusterfake.net to turn the slideshows into an one page list with everything.
- Zoomable tree of all life on Earth - An interactive zoomable map of “the evolutionary relationships between the species on our planet”