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.


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  • Svelte - The magical disappearing UI framework




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


  • 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