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Front-end web development is all about how the world sees your project. Finding the right front-end web framework can be difficult for developers. As a result, Packt Hub provides the latest news and updates around tools like Angular and React to keep you up to date. From JavaScript‘s latest updates to the evolution of how browsers such as Firefox and Chrome display your code, we’ve got all the latest news and insights in one place.

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npm JavaScript predictions for 2019: React, GraphQL, and TypeScript are three technologies to learn

Based on Laurie Voss’ talk on Node+JS Interactive 2018, on Friday, npm has shared some insights and predictions about JavaScript for 2019. These predictions...
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Google Chrome announces an update on its Autoplay policy and its existing YouTube video...

Google Chrome team finally announced the release date for its Autoplay Policy, earlier this week. The policy had been delayed when it was released...
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React 16.x roadmap released with expected timeline for features like “Hooks”, “Suspense”, and “Concurrent...

Yesterday, the React team published a roadmap for React 16.x releases. They have split the rollout of new React features into different milestones. The...
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4 key findings from The State of JavaScript 2018 developer survey

Three JavaScript developers surveyed over 20,000 JavaScript developers to find out what’s happening within the language and its huge ecosystem. From usage to satisfaction...
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Introducing ReX.js v1.0.0 a companion library for RegEx written in TypeScript

ReX.js is a helper library written in TypeScript for writing Regular Expressions. Yesterday, ReX.js v1.0.0, the first major version was released. Being written in...
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Evan You shares Vue 3.0 updates at VueConf Toronto 2018

VueConf Toronto 2018 commenced on November 14th. This a three-day event starting from November 14 to 16. One of the speakers at the event...
Firefox Nightly browser: Debugging your app is now fun with Mozilla’s new ‘time travel’ feature

Mozilla shares why Firefox 63 supports Web Components

Mozilla’s Firefox 63 comes with support for two Web Components: Custom Elements and Shadow DOM. Yesterday, Mozilla shared how these new capabilities and resources...
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“ChromeOS is ready for web development” – A talk by Dan Dascalescu at the...

At the Chrome Web Summit 2018, Dan Dascalescu, Partner Developer Advocate at Google provided a high-level overview of ChromeOS and discussed Chrome’s core and...
MIT’s Duckietown project on Kickstarter aims to make learning how to program self-driving cars affordable

DuckDuckGo chooses to improve its products without sacrificing user privacy

DuckDuckGo, an internet privacy company, empowers users to seamlessly take control of their personal information online, without any tradeoffs. DuckDuckGo doesn’t store IP addresses...
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Introducing Web High Level Shading Language (WHLSL): A graphics shading language for WebGPU

Yesterday, the W3C GPU for the Web Community Group introduced a new graphics shading language for the WebGPU API called Web High Level Shading...

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Brave introduces Brave Ads that share 70% revenue with users for...

Yesterday, the team behind Brave, a privacy-focused browser, announced that they are previewing their upcoming digital advertising model, Brave Ads, in Brave’s Developer channel....

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