On this frosty day, it’s nice to hear that you are the best icicle. Especially from your boss. Whatever it means you should know that this is a good sign. Sometimes we hear things we don’t understand. Make sure you do your best to get into it. For the news, Syndicode Digest #39 – Best Icicle includes only well-explained news you will obviously understand and consider for your further projects!
- Let’s start with the solution for bringing together Visualforce and Salesforce servers with React app and localhost. This solution can ease your developing React Redux apps process.
- The nicely explained overview of the functional programming paradigm. It includes main terms, core concepts, the approach for function building, category theory and examples. More resources to take your functional programming knowledge further are also added to this material.
- How to turn on memory profiling in Ruby without downloading the Ruby source code and configuring everything manually? Check out Ruby’s garbage collector that has some really interesting memory profiling capabilities.
- Dependabot announced Elixir support. If you use Elixir, Dependabot can now help you keep your dependencies up-to-date.
- Сreating reusable components is hard, and most of the time you end up having a lot of properties in order to make it easier to control and customize a component from the outside. Looks ugly. But here is the way to passing multiple properties to a Vue.js component.
- Nothing new, but you have to keep in mind these pieces of advice to build a better Node.js application.
- Let’s have some fun! Microsoft MakeCode is a project to make it simple to program microcontroller-based devices using a modern web app. It brings computer science to life for all students with fun projects, immediate results, and both block and text editors for learners at different levels.
- Explore interesting CSS tricks. Several neat new ways to deal with the cascade, inheritance, and specificity.
And the bonus – the schedule of Ruby conferences and events you should visit this year!
p.s. Have you seen the latest trending JS repositories?