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JavaScript Weekly Situation 666: December 7, 2023


Be taught How Fashionable JS Frameworks Work by Constructing One — Constructing issues is a good way to be taught, even if you happen to don’t find yourself utilizing what you constructed. Even higher is when somebody who’s already constructed one thing profitable introduces you to the method. Nolan doesn’t go tremendous deep however far sufficient to whet your urge for food and so that you can be taught just a few issues by taking it additional.

Nolan Lawson

🚀  Astro 4.0 Launched — The brand new main launch of the Astro content-site framework is simply out, together with a brand new dev toolbar, automated i18n routing, new view transition APIs, and extra. There’s additionally, experimentally, incremental content material caching. Upgrading is straightforward – an npx @astrojs/improve away for most folk.

Astro

Streamline API Improvement With Postman Workspaces — Postman workspaces give groups shared entry to the API instruments they should resolve issues collectively. They’re the go-to place for growth groups to collaborate and transfer rapidly whereas staying on the identical web page.

Postman

Maglev: V8’s Quickest Optimizing JIT — An attention-grabbing look underneath the hood of how the V8 JavaScript engine (as utilized in Chrome, Node.js and elsewhere) continues to get sooner due to work on its Maglev JIT compiler which sits between the prevailing Sparkplug and TurboFan compilers (which each have distinct compilation pace vs code efficiency tradeoffs).

The V8 Staff

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Prettier’s CLI: A Efficiency Deep Dive — We’ve not too long ago written in regards to the bounty the Prettier challenge put up (and the way Biome received it) however Prettier has additionally been engaged on itself by hiring the creator of this put up to search out and implement efficiency enhancements, all whereas sticking with JavaScript.

Fabio Spampinato

Goodbye, Clear Code — A lot as Donald Knuth warned us away from untimely optimization, right here Dan Abramov tells us to watch out for untimely refactoring and de-duplication. (A golden oldie put up from 2020.)

Dan Abramov

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