Visualizing algorithms

April 18, 2024 By Mark Otto Off

Airbnb’s Extensive JavaScript Style Guide — It’s been years since we mentioned this popular, opinionated style guide, but it keeps getting little tweaks and repairs and remains a handy resource nonetheless.


WorkOS: Enterprise-Grade Auth for Modern SaaS Apps — WorkOS supports both the foundational auth and complex enterprise features like SSO. It provides flexible and easy-to-use APIs, helping companies like Vercel, Loom, and Webflow become Enterprise Ready. Best of all, WorkOS User Management supports up to 1 million MAUs for free.


📒 Articles & Tutorials

RAG to Riches Developer Quest — Interact with AI-enhanced bots and learn to build your own RAG chatbot with Atlas Vector Search and Node.js.


CSS in React Server Components — An exploration of compatibility issues between React Server Components and CSS-in-JS libraries like styled-components.

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🛠 Code & Tools

Next.js 14.2 Released — Approaching its eighth birthday, Next.js has passed 1 million monthly active developers and landed a release with support for using Turbopack to improve local development, memory usage, CSS and caching optimizations, improved error messages, and more.

Delba de Oliveira and Tim Neutkens

⚙️ Zoompinch: A Natural Feeling ‘Pinch to Zoom’ for Vue 3 – Expected to come in React and Web Component variants in time. Maurice Conrad

⚙️ Craft.js – A React framework for building drag and drop page editors. Prev Wong

⚙️ Kotekan – A simple React framework built on Bun and supporting React Server Components. Benedikt Müller

⚙️ Cytoscape.js 3.29 – Graph theory/network visualization and analysis library.

⚙️ Tailwind Next.js Starter Blog 2.2 – A blogging starter template.

⚙️ RxDB 15.18 – Offline-first, reactive database for JS apps.

⚙️ JZZ 1.8.2 – MIDI library for Node and browsers.

⚙️ Ember.js 5.8

⏳ A Blast from the Past

Visualizing Algorithms — This fantastic post is now ten years old, but I revisited it recently and it’s such a joy. Mike Bostock (of D3.js fame) visually guides us through some algorithms using both demos and code.

Mike Bostock