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Svelte 3: Rethinking reactivity
After several months of being just days away, we are over the moon to announce the stable release of Svelte 3. This is a huge release representing hundreds of hours of work by many people in the Svelte community, including invaluable feedback from beta testers who have helped shape the design every step of the way.We think you're going to love it.
November 14th 2019
eufy | RoboVac 30C
Wi-Fi, Amazon Alexa, and the Google Assistant-compatibility mean 100% hands-free cleaning.Slim 2.85in profile glides under sofas and bedsSuper-strong 1500Pa suction power cleans up dust and furCleans for up to 100 minutesUse the included Boundary Strips to set up "no clean zones"Free accessories included
November 12th 2019
WebReflection/wicked-elements: Components for the DOM as you've never seen before
Components for the DOM as you've never seen before
November 11th 2019
WebReflection/regular-elements: Custom Elements made available for any node, and through CSS selectors
Custom Elements made available for any node, and through CSS selectors https://webreflection.github.io/regul…
November 10th 2019
GitHub - SAP/luigi: Micro frontend framework
October 30th 2019
Using ES6 modules for progressive enhancement | Blog | Decade City
Recently I was looking at native support for ES6 modules in the browser and it struck me that it was ideally set up for a progressive enhancement approach.
October 29th 2019
Vuex getters are great, but don’t overuse them - codeburst
As it states in the Bunny Theory of Code, the code tends to multiply in a quick way. And even with such great tools as Vue and Vuex it’s easy to make a mistake that might grow later all over the project. Here I will talk about Vuex and its getters, and how they might be used in a wrong way. And while dealing with that, I tried to figure out what Vuex getters are good for and how they work under the hood.
October 28th 2019
Pond Lining Drainage Information | Stephen Industries
In certain situations water or gas can become trapped under the liner, for example; if the pond is built on clay, the soil contains organic matter that could generate methane gas, or if there is a high / fluctuating water table. Over a period of time, any of these conditions may cause damage to the pond liner, but they can be prevented by installing a drainage system of porous pipes laid in a sand bed or other permeable layer.
October 18th 2019
Page Object Model (POM) | Design Pattern - tajawal - Medium
Page Object Model is a design pattern which has become popular in test automation for enhancing test maintenance and reducing code duplication. A page object is an object-oriented class that serves as an interface to a page of your AUT.
October 17th 2019
Notion – The all-in-one workspace for your notes, tasks, wikis, and databases.
Write, plan, collaborate, and get organized. Notion is all you need — in one tool.
October 15th 2019