02 Feb 2023

feedCNN.com - RSS Channel - US

Rev. Sharpton calls out Black former officers charged in Tyre Nichols' death

• VP Harris mourns Nichols at funeral and calls for police reform: He 'should have been safe' • In pictures: Tyre Nichols' funeral service • Opinion: The deplorable reason Memphis police stopped Tyre Nichols

02 Feb 2023 9:49pm GMT

Family throws surprise birthday party at Eagles tailgate for Vietnam vet

02 Feb 2023 9:49pm GMT

$200,000 worth of supplies donated to PB schools

02 Feb 2023 9:49pm GMT

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Jessy Wilson on 'Keep Rising' anthem and the hope it brings

02 Feb 2023 9:41pm GMT

Jury convicts Boynton man of murder after decades-old rape kit DNA linked him to the crime

02 Feb 2023 9:38pm GMT

People under domestic violence orders can own guns -U.S. appeals court rules

02 Feb 2023 9:37pm GMT

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Apple misses Q1 earnings expectations as iPhone sales fall short

02 Feb 2023 9:33pm GMT

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Apple Reports First Quarter Results


02 Feb 2023 9:31pm GMT

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Apple’s revenue growth streak snapped after supply chain woes

iPhone sales fell more than expected during holiday quarter as tech group grappled with 'significant' disruptions in China

02 Feb 2023 9:31pm GMT

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Ford sinks after Q4 profits miss expectations, CEO says $2 billion left on the table

02 Feb 2023 9:20pm GMT


Shell's Actual Spending on Renewables is Fraction of What It Claims, Group Alleges

Shell has misleadingly overstated how much it is spending on renewable energy and should be investigated and potentially fined by the US financial regulator, according to a non-profit group which has lodged a complaint against the oil giant. From a report: The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has been urged to act over Shell's most recent annual report in which it stated 12% of its capital expenditure was funneled into a division called Renewables and Energy Solutions in 2021. The division's webpage, which is adorned with pictures of wind turbines and solar panels, says it is working to invest in "wind, solar, electric vehicle charging, hydrogen, and more." However, Global Witness, the activist group that has lodged the new complaint with the SEC, argues that just 1.5% of Shell's capital expenditure has been used to develop genuine renewables, such as wind and solar, with much of the rest of the division's resources devoted to gas, which is a fossil fuel.

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02 Feb 2023 9:20pm GMT

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Amazon stock falls after earnings miss shows worst annual loss on record, least profitable holiday quarter since 2014

02 Feb 2023 9:20pm GMT

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Alphabet Announces Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2022 Results


02 Feb 2023 9:06pm GMT

The 27th Letter


02 Feb 2023 9:03pm GMT

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How to Install Drupal With Docker on Ubuntu 22.04

Drupal is an open-source content management system written in PHP. Here's how to install it using Docker on a Ubuntu 22.04 server.

The post How to Install Drupal With Docker on Ubuntu 22.04 appeared first on Linux Today.

02 Feb 2023 9:00pm GMT

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Judas Priest share update after cancelled Ozzy Osbourne tour

Rob Halford of Judas Priest. Credit: Jeff Hahne/Getty Images

"We send all our love and support for Ozzy"

The post Judas Priest share update after cancelled Ozzy Osbourne tour appeared first on NME.

02 Feb 2023 8:54pm GMT

Michaela Coel says it’s “hilarious” nepo babies don’t understand their privilege: “Fuck that system”

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"I find that very funny - that is a cute way for you to live"

The post Michaela Coel says it's "hilarious" nepo babies don't understand their privilege: "Fuck that system" appeared first on NME.

02 Feb 2023 8:54pm GMT

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How do you make a mummy? Ancient Egyptians’ surprising formulas revealed

02 Feb 2023 8:53pm GMT

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UNC coach Brown gets 1-year extension thru '27

North Carolina coach Mack Brown has agreed to a one-year contract extension that keeps him with the Tar Heels through the 2027 season.

02 Feb 2023 8:51pm GMT

Texas A&M WR Smith returning for 2023 season

Wide receiver Ainias Smith, who missed most of 2022 with a leg injury, will return to Texas A&M for a fifth season.

02 Feb 2023 8:51pm GMT

Dodgers CEO: Decision to cut Bauer 'unanimous'

The Dodgers' principal decision-makers were guarded in discussing their release of Trevor Bauer but said the team "made the right decision."

02 Feb 2023 8:51pm GMT

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Racial disparities can affect brain development in Black children, new study finds

02 Feb 2023 8:42pm GMT


Razer Debuts Its Lightest Gaming Mouse Ever

Razer announced its lightest gaming mouse today, the Viper Mini Signature Edition. From a report: It only weighs 49g, making it 16 percent lighter than the company's Viper V2 Pro and one of the most lightweight mice we've seen from a large company. The mouse uses a magnesium alloy exoskeleton with a semi-hollow interior (bearing a slight resemblance to the SteelSeries Aerox 3 Wireless). "We wanted to push beyond the traditional honeycomb design, and this required a material with an outstanding strength-to-weight ratio," said Razer's Head of Industrial Design, Charlie Bolton. "After evaluating plastics, carbon fiber and even titanium, we ultimately chose magnesium alloy for its exceptional properties." Razer says the mouse uses its fastest wireless tech and will be among its best-performing wireless mice. Price: $280.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.

02 Feb 2023 8:41pm GMT

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Razer’s $280 mouse is covered in gaping holes 

With a magnesium-alloy exoskeleton, the Viper Mini SE weighs 1.73 ounces.

02 Feb 2023 8:36pm GMT

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Former NFL player says league is rigged and scripted. Then the internet had its say

02 Feb 2023 8:36pm GMT

Pamela Anderson says she tried to swallow a bottle of Advil with vodka one night because of Tommy Lee's 'angry' and 'jealous' behavior

02 Feb 2023 8:36pm GMT

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Hunter Biden lawyers urge probes of Trump allies, demand Tucker Carlson retract reporting

02 Feb 2023 8:34pm GMT

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Jean-Pierre Jabouille: First Renault driver to win a Formula 1 grand prix dies, aged 80

Frenchman Jean-Pierre Jabouille, who was a key figure in Renault's entry into Formula 1 and claimed their maiden victory, dies aged 80.

02 Feb 2023 8:32pm GMT

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Doja Cat says Britney Spears shaved head comparisons are “incredibly disrespectful”

"It's so incredibly disrespectful for people to be minimising what Britney went through"

The post Doja Cat says Britney Spears shaved head comparisons are "incredibly disrespectful" appeared first on NME.

02 Feb 2023 8:31pm GMT

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Biden to meet with members of the Congressional Black Caucus after Tyre Nichols' funeral

02 Feb 2023 8:25pm GMT

How Medicare and Social Security benefits factor into the Kevin McCarthy debt ceiling fight

02 Feb 2023 8:22pm GMT

feedLXer Linux News

useradd Vs. adduser

Linux is a popular open-source operating system that runs on a variety of hardware platforms, including desktops, servers, and smartphones. One of the key features of Linux is the command-line interface (CLI), which allows users to perform a wide range of tasks using text-based commands.

02 Feb 2023 8:21pm GMT

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Ofgem orders halt to pre-pay meters being forcibly installed

Energy regulator steps in after reports of agents breaking into the homes of vulnerable British Gas customers

02 Feb 2023 8:16pm GMT

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1 dead, officer wounded in shooting at Memphis library

02 Feb 2023 8:13pm GMT


A Proud Ship Turned Into a Giant Recycling Problem. So Brazil Plans To Sink It.

A decommissioned aircraft carrier, packed with an undetermined amount of asbestos, is being towed in circles off the coast of Brazil after it was refused permission to dock in Turkey for recycling. The problem? No government wants anything to do with it. From a report: Now, the Brazilian Navy says it plans to just sink the ship, the Sao Paulo, a Clemenceau-class carrier purchased from France in 2000 for $12 million, planes and helicopters not included. Environmentalists say doing so would cause irreparable environmental damage and could be a violation of international law. It would be "completely unexplainable and irrational" to sink the ship, said Jim Puckett, director of the Basel Action Network, an environmental nonprofit group based in Seattle that focuses on the global trade in toxic substances. The story of Sao Paulo's demise started when a Turkish company called Sok Denizcilik bought the ship for just over $1.8 million in an auction in 2021. Its goal was to recycle the vessel, disposing of any waste responsibly while making a profit salvaging and selling the tons of nontoxic metals it contained. But the Turkish company's plans were met with protests from environmental groups that said the ship was carrying a lot more dangerous material than the company had disclosed. The 873-foot vessel, which served in the French Navy under the name Foch from 1963 until it was sold in 2000, hadn't been in service for roughly a decade. Some of its compartments have accumulated so much dangerous gas that it is now unsafe to enter them, inspectors said.

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02 Feb 2023 8:01pm GMT

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02 Feb 2023 7:38pm GMT

feedGlobal Economy

BoE takes a newly pessimistic view of the economy

Central bank thinks UK cannot sustain GDP growth of 1% or more each year without inflation

02 Feb 2023 7:23pm GMT

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Inside the College Board's Revised African American Studies Curriculum

02 Feb 2023 7:08pm GMT

feedArs Technica

ISP admits lying to FCC about size of network to block funding to rivals

ISP gave FCC false coverage information to prevent others from getting grants.

02 Feb 2023 7:06pm GMT

feedLinux Today

8 Best Window Managers for Linux

Want to organize your windows and use all the screen space you have? These window managers for Linux should come in handy!

The post 8 Best Window Managers for Linux appeared first on Linux Today.

02 Feb 2023 7:00pm GMT

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Anker’s Eufy admits unencrypted videos could be accessed, plans overhaul

Company says it will push updates, hire experts, and start a bounty program.

02 Feb 2023 6:32pm GMT

feedBBC News - Europe

Italian fugitive Edgardo Greco tracked down as pizza maker after 16 years

Edgardo Greco was wanted for the grisly murder of two brothers in Italy in 1991.

02 Feb 2023 6:20pm GMT

Bank chief Andrew Bailey: 'We think inflation will fall rapidly'

Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey says lower energy prices should help lower inflation.

02 Feb 2023 4:05pm GMT

feedLXer Linux News

Open source Ray 2.2 boosts machine learning observability to help scale services like OpenAI's ChatGPT

Ray, the popular open-source machine learning (ML) framework, has released its 2.2 version with improved performance and observability capabilities, as well as features that can help to enable reproducibility.

02 Feb 2023 3:03pm GMT

feedBBC News - Europe

Qatargate: Two MEPs lose immunity in corruption case

Marc Tarabella and Andrea Cozzolino deny wrongdoing as a scandal rocks Brussels.

02 Feb 2023 2:48pm GMT

feedLXer Linux News

Red Hat gives an ARM up to OpenShift Kubernetes operations

With the new release, Red Hat is integrating new capabilities to help improve security and compliance for OpenShift, as well as new deployment options on ARM-based architectures. The OpenShift 4.12 release comes as Red Hat continues to expand its footprint, announcing partnerships with Oracle and SAP this week.

02 Feb 2023 12:40pm GMT

01 Feb 2023

feedBBC News - Economy

House prices fall for fifth month in a row

The price of the average property in January was £258,297, a decline of 0.6% on December.

01 Feb 2023 11:43am GMT

31 Jan 2023

feedBBC News - Economy

What impact has Brexit had on the UK economy?

It is three years since the UK left the EU and time to start looking at the evidence.

31 Jan 2023 5:29pm GMT

27 Jan 2023

feedJavaScript Weekly

Astro 2.0 and TypeScript 5.0 beta

#​623 - January 27, 2023

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Astro 2.0: The Next-Gen 'Islands'-Oriented Web Framework - 2.0 includes hybrid rendering (mixing of SSR and SSG outputs), type safety for Markdown & MDX, and an upgrade to Vite 4.0. Astro is worth exploring when performance is key as it works with popular frameworks but lets you deliver the least JS possible to get pages rendered.

Fred Schott

Prefer a talk? Nate Moore's ViteConf talk ▶️ Islands Architecture, Astro, and You will bring you up to speed.

Deep Cloning Objects in JavaScript, The Modern Way - If you've been leaning on something like Lodash for deep cloning, you might not need to any longer. "It's been a long time coming, but we finally now have the built-in structuredClone function to make deep cloning objects in JavaScript a breeze."

Steve Sewell

Go From Professional Web Developer to Lead Engineer - Aspiring lead developer? Our collection of comprehensive video courses cover the fundamentals of JavaScript, TypeScript, React, web performance, and more.

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Announcing TypeScript 5.0 Beta - A new major version number, but users of the popular typed JS superset will face a 'similar upgrade experience' to previously. Decorators make it in as a first class feature, significant performance and package size optimizations are present, export type * is supported, all enums are now union enums, and much more.

Daniel Rosenwasser (Microsoft)

AlaSQL.js 3.0: Isomorphic JavaScript SQL Database - A SQL database you can use in the browser, Node.js or mobile apps. An interesting bit of functionality is you can use SQL to query JavaScript objects - example. "The library adds the comfort of a full database engine to your JavaScript app. No, really."

Andrey Gershun


  • 🏅 If you're really into Vue.js, you'll soon be able to become officially certified in it.

  • If you're using React, you should be using a React framework, 🐦 says Andrew Clark of the core team.

  • The creator of alternative JS runtime Bun asks: "If there's one thing missing from Bun for you to switch, what is it?" You can reply on Twitter.

  • jQAPI.com is an amazing meeting of old and new JavaScript - it's an Astro powered version of jQuery's documentation!


📒 Articles & Tutorials

Getting Started with SvelteKit - SvelteKit only recently hit 1.0 and this is a comprehensive overview of how to build a site using the Svelte-oriented app framework. It covers topics like routing, layouts, data, props and more.

Adam Rackis

Using .NET Code from JavaScript using WebAssembly - "Starting with .NET 7, you can easily run any .NET method from JavaScript without needing the whole Blazor framework."

Gérald Barré

JavaScript Scratchpad for VS Code (2m+ Downloads) - Quokka.js is the #1 tool for exploring/testing JavaScript with edit-continue experience to see realtime execution and runtime values.

Wallaby.js sponsor

scrollend: A New JavaScript Event - Finally an event you won't need a hotel booking for. scrollend provides a new way to detect that a scrolling operation is complete in the browser. Is it another Chrome-only nicety? Surprisingly not - Firefox 109+ supports it too.

Adam Argyle (Chrome Team)

Packaging Rust Apps for the npm Registry - Isn't npm just for JavaScript projects? Nope. Node is required to make this technique work, but as long as you can package and execute a binary, you're good to go.

Orhun Parmaksız

Making Sense of TypeScript using Set Theory - This article certainly doesn't hang around. Neat diagrams too.

Vladimir Klepov

React Authentication, Simplified

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Accessible Hamburger Buttons without JavaScript - Sometimes you need to consider if modern techniques allow you to avoid JavaScript. Here's a CodePen if you want to play.


While we're on the topic of less JavaScript, the latest episode of the Stack Overflow podcast ▶️ 'The less JavaScript, the better' focuses on Astro.

🛠 Code & Tools

Uppy 3.4: Powerful, Modular JavaScript File Uploader - Upload not just from local sources but even Dropbox or Instagram. Integrates with popular frameworks and supports resumable uploads. GitHub repo.


Nut.js 3.0: Desktop Automation from Node - Take control of your desktop (Windows, macOS or Linux) in code with control over keyboard + pointer, along with image matching functionality. GitHub repo.

Simon Hofmann

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Eleventy v2.0: First Beta of the Popular Site Generator - Eleventy is a popular Node.js static site generator and v2.0 includes enough major changes that a thorough beta is needed. The creator ▶️ made this quick video about the release.

Zach Leatherman

Mock Service Worker 1.0: API Mocking Library for Browser and Node - Intercepts requests which you can then mock. Capture outgoing requests using an Express-like routing syntax, complete with parameters, wildcards, and regexes. GitHub repo.

Artem Zakharchenko

Drift: A Self-Hostable Gist-Like / Pastebin Service - Built with Next.js 13.

Max Leiter

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27 Jan 2023 12:00am GMT

20 Jan 2023

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Why document.write() is bad

#​622 - January 20, 2023

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Why Not document.write()? - Many moons ago, document.write was a mainstay of client-side JavaScript code, but it's long been considered a bad practice - why? Harry digs in, noting that it "guarantees both a blocking fetch and a blocking execution, which holds up the parser for far longer than necessary".

Harry Roberts

New: The WebAssembly JavaScript Promise Integration API - A technical explanation from the V8 team on a new API to let WebAssembly apps bridge the synchronous / asynchronous gap of expectations around external functionality (consider that many apps are written synchronously, but modern Web APIs are usually asynchronous). JSPI helps bridge both worlds and can be tested via a flag in Chrome.

McCabe, Michaud, Rezvov, Dahl / V8 Team

Break the Programming Mold with Dependency Injection - Keep your code on the cutting edge with dependency injection in JavaScript. Check out Snyk's guide that gives a breakdown of what dependency injection is, when you should use it, and what popular JavaScript frameworks it's implemented.

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Why Is My Jest Suite So Slow? - Jest is known for its speed and simplicity so the author was surprised at how quickly his team's test suite was slowing down. This is a write up of the ensuing investigation along with the improvements that slashed test running time.

Steven Lemon

Bun v0.5 Released - Bun is another JavaScript runtime taking the world by storm and a level of Node compatibility has been baked in from the start. v0.5 adds support for node:readline, workspaces, a node:dns shim, and network socket creation support such that more Node.js-based database libraries work out of the box.

Ashcon Partovi



📒 Articles & Tutorials

🎨 Building an Accessible Theme Picker - An attractively presented, easy to follow tutorial for a handy site feature.

Sarah L. Fossheim

Fixing a Memory Leak in a Production Node.js App - Kent encountered a variety of weird memory and CPU usage spikes in his Node-powered app and decided to figure out what was going on. This post walks through his complete journey, with plenty of side problems encountered along the way, before discovering the root cause was where he least expected it.

Kent C Dodds

Build a Mobile-Responsive Telehealth Pager App Using Stream's Chat API - Build a responsive chat app with emojis/reactions, built-in GIF support, ability to edit/delete messages, direct & group chat, and more.

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📊 A Beginner's Guide to Chrome Tracing - For when you want to go deeper than the Performance tab. With tracing, you can record what a browser is up to far behind the scenes.

Nolan Lawson

Handling Errors Like a Pro in TypeScript - "Learn the design pattern I use to handle errors and write cleaner code."

Kolby Sisk

A Beginner's Guide to async/await with Examples
James Hibbard

10 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting with Vue 3
Fotis Adamakis

🛠 Code & Tools

RoughNotation: Cute Animated 'Rough' Text Annotations - Uses Rough.js (itself a project worth checking out) to get a hand-drawn look. Lots of nice interactive examples on the page showing a variety of annotation styles (boxes, underlines, circles..)

Preet Shihn

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Modern Errors: Handle Errors in a Simple, Stable, Consistent Way - Create error classes, wrap or aggregate errors, or use one of several plugins to do things like print bug reporting info, print stack traces, or more. Happy in both Node and the browser.


Shifty: A Small, Fast Tweening Engine - All it does is tweening. It's a low level animation solution that you can integrate into any rendering mechanism of your choice. The examples here demonstrate it well as it can be used for 'animating' things in an unconventional sense. GitHub repo.

Jeremy Kahn

Barba.js: For Smooth Visual Transitions Between Pages - You certainly can't say the project's homepage doesn't show off all of its features! For such a dramatic set of effects, things feel smooth and.. surprisingly tolerable 😁 GitHub repo.

De Rosa, Michel, et al.

Rete.js 1.5: A Framework for Visual Programming - Create a node-based editor in the browser and apply logic. Check out these demos on CodePen. GitHub repo.

Vitaliy Stoliarov

Don't Let Your Issue Tracker Be a Four-Letter Word. Use Shortcut

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gpu-io: GPU-Accelerated Computing Library - for physics simulations and other mathematical calculations. A neat look at the power of WebGL. Several examples.

Amanda Ghassaei

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20 Jan 2023 12:00am GMT

13 Jan 2023

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Java-Script Jarre

#​621 - January 13, 2023

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The State of JS 2022 - The State of JS is one of the JavaScript ecosystem's most popular surveys and this time 39,471 folks took part giving us a snapshot of the tools, technologies, and language features people are using (or not using!) There's a lot to go through, but here are some key points:


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🗣 Is TypeScript Worth It? - Time saver or waste of time? The relationship between TypeScript and JavaScript remains a complex one. An extensive discussion took place on Hacker News this week and, notably, TypeScript PM Daniel Rosenwasser popped up to respond to some of the concerns.

Hacker News


  • You'll be aware of JavaScript's strict mode but one developer thinks we need a stricter mode to fix several other syntax issues.

  • Publint is an online tool for 'linting' live npm packages to see if they are packaged correctly, as a way to ensure maximum compatibility across environments.


📒 Articles & Tutorials

The Gotcha of Unhandled Promise Rejections - A rough edge with promises that can sneak up on you. Jake looks at a 'gotcha' around unhandled promise rejections and how to work around it.

Jake Archibald

HTML with Superpowers: The Guidebook - A free resource introducing Web Components, what they are, and what problems they're trying to solve. You can see the Guidebook directly here.

Dave Rupert

With Retool You Ship Apps Fast with 100+ Perfectly Crafted UI Components - The fast way for devs to build and share internal tools. Teams at companies like Amazon, DoorDash & NBC collaborate around custom-built Retool apps to solve internal workflows.

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Everything About React's 'Concurrent Mode' Features - An in-depth, example-led exploration of Concurrent Mode (now more a set of features integrated into React 18 than a distinct 'mode').

Henrique Yuji

Using GitHub Copilot for Unit Testing? - Even if you find the idea of a AI tool like Copilot writing production code distasteful, it may have a place in speeding up writing tests.

Ianis Triandafilov

How to Destructure Props in Vue (Composition API) - How to correctly destructure props object in a Vue component while maintaining the reactivity.

Dmitri Pavlutin

Using Inline JavaScript Modules to Prevent CSS Blockage
Stoyan Stefanov

How to Build a GraphQL Server with Deno
Andy Jiang

🛠 Code & Tools

Gluon: Framework for Creating Desktop Apps from Sites - A new approach for building desktop apps on Windows and Linux from Web sites using Node (or Deno) and already installed browsers (Chromium or Firefox). Initial macOS support has just been added too.


Structura.js: Lightweight Library for Immutable State Management - " It is based on the idea of structural sharing. The library is very similar to Immer.js, but it has some advantages over it."

Giuseppe Raso

Tuple, a Lightning-Fast Pairing Tool Built for Remote Developers - High-resolution, crystal-clear screen sharing, low-latency remote control, and less CPU usage than you'd think possible.

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Bay.js: A Lightweight Library for Web Components - Makes it easy to create web components that can be reused across projects. It also boasts performant state changes and secure event binding.

Ian Dunkerley

Twify: Scaffold a Tailwind CSS Project with a Single Command - You can use your preferred package manager and it supports creating projects with Next.js, Nuxt 2/3, SvelteKit, Remix, Angular, and more.

Kazi Ahmed

Lazy Brush 2.0: A Library for Smooth Pointer Drawing - Allow your users to draw smooth curves and straight lines with your mouse, finger or any pointing device. This long standing library has just migrated to TypeScript and gained a new 'friction' option to customize the feel. GitHub repo.

Jan Hug

Mafs: React Components for Interactive Math - Build interactive, animated visualizations using declarative code with illustrative demos like bezier curves. The documentation is fantastic - check out how easy it is to make plots. Or just head to the GitHub repo.

Steven Petryk

Are You Looking for a New Observability Tool?

TelemetryHub by Scout sponsor

Hyphenopoly 5.0: A Polyfill for Client-Side Hyphenation - An interesting use of WebAssembly here.

Mathias Nater

  • visx 3.0
    ↳ D3-powered visualization React components.

  • Atrament 3.0
    ↳ Library for drawing and handwriting on a canvas element.

  • HLS.js 1.3
    ↳ Library to play HLS (HTTP Live Streaming) in browsers, with MSE support.

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🎶 Écoute la musique..

Oxygene Pt 4, as Performed by JavaScript - This is fun. Dittytoy is a simple, JavaScript-powered online generative music tool and someone has put together a surprisingly faithful rendition of perhaps one of the best known instrumental synth songs ever, all the way from 1976.


13 Jan 2023 12:00am GMT

17 Sep 2021

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Rapping molecular scientist offers Nicki Minaj a lesson about COVID vaccines

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20 Nov 2020

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Stacey Abrams drops into historic Verzuz rap battle to encourage Georgians to vote in critical Senate runoff races: 'Let's get it done'

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16 Aug 2019

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Woodstock by the numbers

16 Aug 2019 4:20pm GMT