JSter #83: News of November 2016 - Part 2

JavaScript framework a day keeps the doctor away

It was another busy two weeks. There were two highlights. I released Reactabular 8. I did some major restructuring there to make it easier to grow the project in the future. webpack-merge reached version 1.0 as I consider it stable now. I also wrote webpack-merge related interview that explains the idea better.

We are running React Indie Bundle again this year. So if you want to pick up content on React, check it out.

Libraries

Frameworks

  • Svelte - The magical disappearing UI framework

Tutorials

Guides

Services

  • doiuse...? - Figure out in which browsers your CSS breaks

Tools

  • React Style Guide - Live examples for your React components
  • testcafe - Automated browser testing for the modern web development stack
  • cramforce/splittable - Module bundler with support for code splitting, ES6 & CommonJS modules
  • GoogleChrome/sw-precache - A node module to generate service worker code that will precache specific resources so they work offline
  • X-ray - A chrome plugin for aligning objects to a grid
  • DragonsInn/fontgen-loader - Automated webfont generation from SVG icons for webpack

Demos

Published by bebraw on 2016-12-02 03:17:50

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