Evan You lets us peek at vue 3.0, I'm guessing it would be great! Hmm, looks like PWAs are coming to desktop - no more pesky and large Electron, seems like a great idea. Do you know about Web Components? Do you know the power they containt - if you're not sure = start with the article from Mozilla Hacks. Checkout super fast and sleek Urlit - url parser. And once agail learn about the awesomeness of Vim, at least how to quit it.
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- Evan You Previews Vue.js 3.0 🔥 – Vue Mastery – Medium By taking advantage of new abilities enabled by modern browsers, Vue 3 will be an improved evolution of the Vue.js we already know and love. Here’s our notes and combined with his slides.
- Goodbye Electron, Hello Desktop PWAs – DailyJS – Medium A recent Chrome version(v70) has released some exciting support for Desktop Progressive Web Applications on Linux and Windows. Here is Chrome’s current support list. One thing you will immediately…
- The Power of Web Components – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog Web Components comprises a set of standards that enable user-defined HTML elements. These elements can go in all the same places as traditional HTML. Despite the long standardization process, the …
- QubitProducts/urlite A very small, fast, dependency free url parser and formatter for nodejs and the web - QubitProducts/urlite
- Vim in the Future In this late year of 2018, what role does Vim still play in a world that is technologically rushing by? I’m going to tell you more about Vim, why I use it, and how I use it, so that I can say why it might still be worthwhile looking at—or not.