The React Framework
I have written a post about setting up a React project using Parcel as a bundler which can give a more detailed walkthrough about getting a React application up and running from scratch. There are multiple ways to do this but some of the more common build tools include Webpack, Parcel, and Snowpack.
Run Linux Software Faster and Safer than Linux with Unikernels.
Build blazing fast, modern apps and websites with ReactProject mention: How I Created My Blog Using JAMStack | dev.to | 2021-12-01
A markdown parser and compiler. Built for speed.Project mention: Remix Blog Tutorial - Remix, React, Prisma, MongoDB, Vercel | dev.to | 2021-12-02
First we need a way to pull the information for a single post from our MongoDB database. Lets go to the root post.js folder and create a function to do that. We will also be using a library called Marked to convert our current markdown content into HTML to render the blog article directly as HTML on our component.
Package your Node.js project into an executableProject mention: Setting offline node app in a client computer | reddit.com/r/node | 2021-11-29
For node you can use pkg to build a binary version of your app that includes nodejs + all depencies, and maybe for db you can replace MySQL with SQLite
Run compilers interactively from your web browser and interact with the assemblyProject mention: [Question] Is the Rust Compiler safe? | reddit.com/r/rust | 2021-11-21
Apparently Firejail is part of it.
Scout APM: A developer's best friend. Try free for 14-days. Scout APM uses tracing logic that ties bottlenecks to source code so you know the exact line of code causing performance issues and can get back to building a great product faster.
A minimalist bytecode compiler for Node.jsProject mention: Decompiling Node.js in Ghidra | reddit.com/r/netsec | 2021-05-23
The title is a bit misleading; the post is about jsc files containing nodejs "bytecode" produced by bytenode.
The Pyret language.Project mention: Pyret Programming Language | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-08-22
I've been working on a functional programming language in the past few years and I'd like to share it with you, would be nice to have some feedback on it! The language is called "Clio" and you can find it here: https://github.com/clio-lang/clio or here: https://clio-lang.org
Toolchain for WebAssemblyProject mention: Bevy + Rapier WASM build with React GUI | reddit.com/r/rust_gamedev | 2021-08-07
The strongly hyped Haskell interpreter.
An APL-like programming language. Self-hosted!Project mention: -🎄- 2021 Day 1 Solutions -🎄- | reddit.com/r/adventofcode | 2021-11-30
Here is link number 1 - Previous text "BQN"
Simple DuckyScript to Arduino C converter.Project mention: I made rubber ducky from arduino leonardo | reddit.com/r/HowToHack | 2021-09-06
It also have the support for the the Duckuino converter of the RubberDuky scripts https://github.com/Dukweeno/Duckuino
Web GUI for custom Tasmota compilationProject mention: Cannot Connect Tasmota To Aws Iot | reddit.com/r/tasmota | 2021-02-08
Thank you!! If you don’t mind me asking what did you use to compile? I’m using https://github.com/benzino77/tasmocompiler
A CLI tool to Migrate a Webflow project into a React appProject mention: This is how I build Babel plug-ins | dev.to | 2021-07-29
The idea of writing such article popped into my mind while working on my Webflow/React transpiler. All I wanted to do was to take a JS code string and transform it in such way that globals won’t be redefined if already so:
Serverless.js plugin that implements AWS Lambda Layers which reduces drastically lambda size, warm-up and deployment time.Project mention: Manage Python dependencies in Serverless projects with serverless-layers plugin | dev.to | 2020-12-29
One of the first hits when searching for solutions to manage Python dependencies in Serverless projects is the popular serverless-python-requirements plugin. However serverless-layers is a plugin that can work just as well.
A programming language for Minecraft VanillaProject mention: What's something you do a lot in datapacks that you wish was easier? | reddit.com/r/MinecraftCommands | 2021-11-23
There's already things like MCScript and ObjD (both made by the same person), but I'm not really a big fan of their syntax, especially not ObjD. I want to go for something more C-like.
An unofficial compiler for Observable notebook syntaxProject mention: I want to learn D3. I don’t want to learn Observable. Is that ok? (2019-2021) | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-06-13
Outside of that use-case, I think notebooks are great for the first 20% of the effort that gets 80% of the work done. If it turns out one also needs to do the other 80% of the effort to get the last 20%, it is time to "graduate" away from a notebook. For instance if I am participating in a Kaggle machine learning competition I may train my first models in a Jupyter notebook for quick iteration on ideas, but when I settle onto a more rigid pipeline and infra, I will move to plain Python files that I can test and collaborate on.
This "graduation" from notebook to the "production/serious" environment should be straightforward, which means there shouldn't be too much magic in the notebook without me opting into it. Documentation in my eyes is not so different, I should be able to copy the examples easily into my JS project without knowing specifics of Observable and adapt it to my problem. Saying "don't be lazy and just learn Observable", or "you must learn D3 itself properly to be able to use it anyway" is not helpful. Observable being a closed, walled garden doesn't help: not being able to author notebooks without using their closed source editor is a liability that I can totally understand makes it a non-starter for some companies and individuals.
I think it's ok to plug my own project: It's called Starboard  and is truly open source . It's built on different principles: it's hackable, extendable, embeddable, shareable, and easy to check into git (i.e. I try to take what makes the web so great and put that in a notebook environment). You write vanilla JS/ES/Python/HTML/CSS, but you can also import your own more advanced cell types. Here's an example which actually introduces an Observable cell type  which is built upon the Observable runtime (which is open source) and an unofficial compiler package . I would be happy for the D3 examples to be expressed in these really-close-to-vanilla JS notebooks, but I can convince the maintainers to do so.
Sia - Binary serialisation and deserialisation (by pouya-eghbali)Project mention: Clio: extremely fast, multi-threaded code on the browser | dev.to | 2021-09-20
Remix Blog Tutorial - Remix, React, Prisma, MongoDB, Vercel
2 projects | dev.to | 2 Dec 2021
What are some issues with using React/Redux?
6 projects | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 30 Nov 2021
4x Smaller, 50x Faster
12 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 29 Nov 2021
React 101: The Basics
12 projects | dev.to | 30 Nov 2021
Setting offline node app in a client computer
1 project | reddit.com/r/node | 29 Nov 2021
anytime I see regex
3 projects | reddit.com/r/ProgrammerHumor | 29 Nov 2021
The Ultimate Guide to TypeScript Monorepos
17 projects | dev.to | 26 Nov 2021
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