This week we have articles on lenses in JS, understanding framework benchmarks, the Realm database, npm tricks and code readability with ES6.
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Lenses are a short hand functionality for accessing and updating data objects. If that's not something you have heard of much before, then definitely check out this introductory write-up.
In this article Boris explains the most interesting tricks and optimizations that are used in different libraries to get the best score in benchmarks.
Realm is an object database. It means that you simply work with objects, as you’re used to, except that these objects persist to disk. Learn how Node.js can take advantage of Realm.
There are definitely some tricks when it comes to using npm’s CLI. There’s a ton of small features that you’d never know about unless someone told you or you inspect the docs insanely thoroughly.
Lots of goodies this week: Office launched a UI framework, Vue.js is alive and well, learning React, 19 things about Node.js and error logging on client-side apps.
This week we cover how to get started with Webpack 2, GraphQL, writing a new programming language, doing Math the React way and the newest ES6 features available in Node v6.
This week, async functions in Chrome 55, state of HTML5 game dev, RxJS pitfalls in Angular 2, a mysterious fiber bug and Yehuda on Yarn.