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"Native #ECMAScript modules: the new features and differences from #Webpack modules" https://blog.hospodarets.com/native-ecmascript-modules-new-features (https://goo.gl/JEFbty)
Serg Hospodarets in his article "Native #ECMAScript modules" invites you to take a look into the practical differences between the #ES modules and classic scripts. He also describes how to detect if the module script is loaded or the error occurred.
"#ES7 and ES8 Features" https://node.university/blog/498412/es7-es8 (https://goo.gl/eWkb9G)
Therefore you can familiarize yourself with a brief overview on #ES2016 and #ES2017 features like String padding, Descriptors or #Asynchronous Iteration on #Node University blog.
As for me, the main point here is what we declare and what we actually do in our projects.
What’s about you? What code style do you prefer? Leave your comments down below.
"Intro to Vue.js: Rendering, Directives, and Events" https://css-tricks.com/intro-to-vue-1-rendering-directives-events/ (https://goo.gl/aKgvha)
Sara Drasner posted her own introduction to Vue.js on #CSS-Tricks. It comprises five sections and covers the following topics: Rendering, Components, #Vue command line interface, VueX and Animations.
"A Beginner’s Guide to #Webpack 2 and Module Bundling" https://www.sitepoint.com/beginners-guide-to-webpack-2-and-module-bundling/ (https://goo.gl/6TI4st)
#Webpack has become one of the most important tools for modern web development and now it has been reached version 2. 2 point 2 actually. In this post on Sitepoint you can read a beginner-friendly #Webpack 2 tutorial showing how to set up and configure #Webpack to transform and bundle all your #frontend assets.
Are you normally formatting your console log messages? The Chrome console allows you to format messages using CSS properties. John Lindquist described a simple syntax of formatting logs then refactored code into a template tag function.
"Let’s Look at 50+ Interesting CSS Properties & Values" https://css-tricks.com/lets-look-50-interesting-css-properties-values/ (https://goo.gl/eUEvNB)
Greg Hovanesyan encourages us to take a look at more than 50 interesting CSS properties and values. And it's not only about Flex boxes and Grid layouts. I found some new solutions to old problems here. You might like to keep it in your bookmarks.
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