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Top 10 Development and Design Articles Week #15

Eric Fontaine (@EricFontaine_)

August 31, 2016 Resources

Here is our weekly tech digest based on our 10 most engaged tweets about Development and Design :)

#1 redux-observable, a middleware for redux

Created by Jay Phelps and myself for use on our projects at Netflix, redux-observable is middleware for redux that is inspired by redux-thunk... read more

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#2 How to use classes in Node.js (with no pre-compilers), and why you should

Lots of people don’t know it, but you can use and extend real classes in Node.js already. There’s a few drawbacks, but once you learn... read more

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#3 The zero-config Javascript build tool, the holy grail of JS development

Grunt, Gulp, Browserify, Webpack, and many more. These are tools that I’ve come across over the years as a web developer. And to be very... read more

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#4 There are 31 Of the best kept secrets of great programmers

Most of the time, using inheritance is a bad object oriented design in the long run. It reduces reusability and testability of... read more

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#5 The simplest way to make a pull-to-refresh and infinite tableview with ReactJS

Pull-to-refresh and pull-to-load-more are extremely common to show data in web, there are so many libraries to make it in React, but... read more

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#6 12 books every JavaScript developer should read

I’m a big fan of JavaScript books. Being a long-time learner of JavaScript, I’ve had the pleasure of reading a great many of the popular... read more

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#7 Why we chose Reactjs despite Angularjs’s popularity

In the fall of 2014 we started developing version 10 of the OutSystems platform. In the beginning we did several POCs to evaluate the performance... read more

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#8 Debugging React Native applications

When doing application development with interactivity, UI/UX and state, on a resource-limited platform, these questions often come up:... read more

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#9 An introduction about multi-threading in JavaScript

So, I have been working on a multi-threaded JavaScript runtime, Nexus.js. You can think of it as the mad cousin of Node.js. First of all... read more

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#10 3 incredibly boring but highly effective ways to learn, and get better at, JavaScript

I always hear people complain that JavaScript is hard to learn, or that it’s just not clicking for them. This frustrates me... read more

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