Category: next js

How to run third party scripts in a Web Worker

September 24, 2021 By Mark Otto Off

You (Possibly) Don’t Need Moment.js — Moment.js remains a popular date and time manipulation library but this repo shows off (a lot of) alternative approaches, including many native functions that do similar things. Various Contributors Introducing Gatsby 4: Now in Beta — Gatsby 4, the latest…

Quaking in our JavaScript boots

September 17, 2021 By Mark Otto Off

Q1K3: A JavaScript Homage to Quake in Just 13KB — It’s (another) quiet week for big JavaScript news, so we’re going with the fun angle and looking at a popular entrant to the latest JS13KGames contest that ended this week. No winners yet but this…

What’s new with all the DevTools?

September 10, 2021 By Mark Otto Off

✍️ The hardest time of the year for putting a strong issue together is usually August, but this year the lull has moved to early September 🙂 No big news or releases this week, but lots of bits and pieces you’ll hopefully find useful. __ Peter…

The JavaScript tool hiding in macOS

August 27, 2021 By Mark Otto Off

jsc: My New Best Friend — If you’re on macOS, did you know you don’t need to install Node or Deno to have a JavaScript runtime at the terminal? JavaScriptCore to the rescue. (You need to create a symbolic link or extend your path before the…

Vue Components as Custom Elements with Vue 3.2

August 13, 2021 By Mark Otto Off

Vue 3.2 Released — Some new features for single file components, significant perf improvements, and it’s now easy to define native custom elements with defineCustomElement (learn more about this in Vue Components as Custom Elements – this could be a big deal for many). Evan…

Beating the JavaScript drum

July 30, 2021 By Mark Otto Off

Using console.log() Debugging in Visual Studio Code — Using the JavaScript debugger in VS Code you can access the browser developer tools console right inside the editor. Ideal if you’re in that happy majority of console.log debuggers? 🙂 Christian Heilmann Learn the Fundamentals of Redux — Add…

JS debugging now built in to VS Code

July 23, 2021 By Mark Otto Off

💡 If you like this sort of thing, last year’s State of JS results may also be of interest. Node-RED 2.0 Released — Node-RED is a now very mature ‘low-code’ Node.js-based programming environment, particularly aimed at connecting together services or IoT devices. The 2.0 release…