JSter #75: News of July 2016 - Part 2

To JavaScript or not.

I managed to reach 1.0 with my table component, Reactabular. The development will go on, but from now I can focus more on other things like writing.

You might notice there are more links than usual. There is simply more content to tweet these days. I might have to go to a weekly schedule with this mailing list but we'll see.


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  • ZingTouch - A JavaScript gesture detection library for the modern web
  • Monkberry - A JavaScript library for building web user interfaces
  • Bricks.js - A blazing fast masonry layout generator for fixed width elements
  • Fela - Fela is a fast and modular library to handle styling in JavaScript.
  • anime.js - A flexible yet lightweight JavaScript animation library. It works with CSS, Individual Transforms, SVG, DOM attributes and JS Objects.


  • Jed - Gettext Style i18n for Modern JavaScript Apps

Data Structures

  • most.js 1.0 - Ultra-high performance reactive programming
  • iterall - Minimal zero-dependency utilities for using Iterables in all JavaScript environments.
  • seamless-immutable - Immutable data structures for JavaScript which are backwards-compatible with normal JS Arrays and Objects.
  • Episode 7 - Sequence async side-effects with ES6 generators and easily test them.










  • HyperTerm - Utterly tweakable terminal written in JavaScript
  • Pundle - Peaceful Bundles (pundles!) for everyone
  • ChromeLens - Chrome DevTools extension to develop for the visually impaired
  • Mocha 3.0.0 - The popular test framework has received nice updates
  • Formula - CSS calculator for bulletproof form and button styles that always line up