Some type of knowledge does go outdated. But some data and recipes, ways and tools just going to be improved and reused again and again. How to know whether your knowledge is still valid in new conditions and times? How do you understand when you can apply some old tricks for the new issues? A human brain is a real magic box without capacity limits. And sometimes there’s no need to learn something new. All you have to do is to revise what you already have. Let’s do some knowledge revision with our new Syndicode Digest #63 – Unhide revision.
This is the scope of the latest weekly most popular JS repositories. Flip-flops season is the official time to forget about your shoes and feel the summer with your feet! This new scope of open source projects will make your work efficient, fast and fun! In the new Syndicode JS digest, you’ll find JS algorithms and data structures, a runtime that supports TS, React components, math library, UI elements, a wrapper for working with arrays and objects and many more neat projects… Explore and enjoy!
If you continuously track when, why and what has been updated, you probably use the most popular solutions like ngrx or store, which was inspired by the famous Redux model. But today we’d like to present you a new tool to ease your state management. Akita is a state management pattern for Angular applications.
Recently we came across an interesting repository of a React environment to create native desktop applications through a React syntax, on all platforms. This is Proton Native for cross-platform native desktop apps. Let’s take a closer look at it.
Nowadays people can hardly imagine themselves without smartphones. How many times have you been away but replied to your Slack work channel like you’re at work? Well, technically you were at work because you did all the stuff you needed using your phone. Except coding, of course. And there’s no escape from your chats, workflows, connections, and notifications unless you turn off your phone. But you will never do this! Right? By the way, is there a chance you’re reading our ‘Syndicode Digest #55 – Wakeful telephone’ on your smartphone?
This week we doubled the number of digests. There are so many great news we can’t fit in one, so we made two. But only as an exception, so don’t get too excited! By the way, рave you ever woken up before an alarm clock? We think it could happen when you really can’t relax always thinking about your work, projects, deadlines, bugs, fixes and so on. Know what? It wouldn’t help if you’ll always be distressed. So relax and get a good sleep. Have a Happy Friday with our latest Syndicode Digest #53 – Anxious pillow!
While we are presenting you some news about updates in the integrated development environment (IDE) for Redux, there are some things left behind. Things like ‘when to use Redux’. Because most people find difficult about Redux to understand when to use it. Don’t you? That is why we decided to share with you the material where most of Redux core concepts explained in details.
Probably, you don’t remember the first gamepads. So as we don’t. But they existed and seemed perfect for the first players. The same happening with the software – back in the 1970s 2KB of RAM was enough for sending people to the moon. Now 1.5GB of RAM lets you just run Slack. Anyway, the world progress is unstoppable. Let’s evolve from primitive gamepad to Nintendo Switch in out new Syndicode Digest #48 – Gamepad jury!
It happens sometimes that your plans dramatically change. You were going to finish one stuff and begin something else, but suddenly everything goes topsy-turvy. And you find yourself in the Mexican border in someone else clothes. The same feelings you have when a day off turns to a working day or a working day turns into a holiday. Plans change and you don’t know what to do. Well, at least you have us and our stable Syndicode Digest #46 – Bizzare daytime!
Things get better! Today’s JS digest will have even more neat and useful repositories than we presented you last time. The other good thing should make you happy is that the winter ends and committers become more active! We collected everything worth your attention from GitHub trending JS repositories! Package managers, game frameworks, environments, linters and more… Enjoy these weekly most popular JS repositories and celebrate the end of the winter!
On Feb, 8 a complete IDE for React, Redux, and React Router development was released. It is called Rekit Studio and it provides the capability for code generation, dependency diagraming, refactoring, building, unit tests, and a meaningful way to navigate code. Meet Rekit Studio IDE for React and Redux development!
St.Valentine’s Day is left behind and no romantic mood left. But aren’t you still in love with what you do? What is your current project you’re crazy about? Well, if you have such – you’re lucky. If you don’t – you must be a very lazy person who doesn’t mind to asleep at the wheel. But not today! Put all your attention to doing your work perfect, to fall in love with it! And with our today’s digest Syndicode Digest #43 – Active laziness.