Running Node natively in the browserMay 21, 2021
— An interesting new WebAssembly-based operating system that boots instantly and enables Node.js environments to run directly in the browser. People have been getting very excited about this on Twitter. Only supports Chromium-based browsers for now though.
Eric Simons (StackBlitz)
|📖 Articles, Opinions & Tutorials
— A high-level, though comprehensive, introduction to what ‘tree shaking’ is all about. The basic idea is that unused code from modules you use gets ‘shaken’ off like dead leaves on a tree.
— In a 3-minute micro podcast episode, Kent makes the argument that TypeScript is like testing because of the extra confidence it gives you about your code.
Kent C Dodds podcast
— A tight 20-minute look at the frontend landscape, covering the libraries and tech you’ll want to know. One worth sharing with anyone you know who’s interested in getting into the space.
— While VS Code has become extremely popular in the past few years, Sublime Text used to be huge and it’s great to see a new major version. TypeScript, JSX and TSX support are baked in, as is Apple Silicon support, GPU rendering, and more.
|🎵 And one for fun..