Create React App 2.0, the next Vue.js, and lots of VS Code goodies

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A Beginner’s Guide to JavaScript Prototypes — It’s aimed at beginners but this guide is really extensive and packed with examples, so it’s worth a skim unless you’re Kyle Simpson or something 🙂

Tyler McGinnis

Plans for the Next Iteration of Vue.js — The creator of Vue.js, a popular alternative to things like React and Angular, gives a ‘brief sneak peek’ at what’s coming in the next major version of Vue, Vue 3.0.

Evan You

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‘Goodbye’ JavaScript, Hello WebAssembly — It’s not been pushed to its full potential yet, but WebAssembly (a binary instruction format that compilers can target to run code fast in the browser) opens up a lot of potential for the Web, though, as Ed notes, JavaScript continues to have a role to play.

Ed Charbeneau

📘 Tutorials and Opinions

Working with Babel 7 and Webpack — Goes through setting up a project with Webpack and Babel 7, highlighting the basics of Babel plus some cool features of what it can do with your code.

Jan D’Hollander

🔧 Code and Tools

Husky: Git Hooks Made Easy — Prevent bad commits, pushes, etc. by running tests or more automatically. 1.0, now just out, is a complete rewrite in TypeScript.

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