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The first thing we need to do for this project is to set up our development environment. Make sure you have Node.js installed on your PC. If you don't have it yet, you can visit https://nodejs.org and download the LTS version for your operating system.
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30 Days of React challenge is a step by step guide to learn React in 30 days. These videos may help too: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7PNRuno1rzYPb1xLa4yktwProject mention: Ultimate Guide & Resources to Enhancing Your ReactJS Skills || 16 GitHub repositories | dev.to | 2023-08-14
Challenge yourself with the 30 Days of React series, perfect for honing your skills day by day.
Standard LibraryProject mention: Users are massively giving their 1-star reviews to AdBlocker | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-11-30
Funny you say that, I was just thinking earlier today back to the core-js drama.
In short: the creator of a NPM package that is used by approximately everyone, everywhere, was facing a legal battle. He had been developing this package full time for years and did not have the cash on hand to hire a lawyer. He added a console log that ran on installing his package that said something like "If you're using core-js please consider donating". Queue an absolute shitstorm of people screaming at him in the github issues and him going to prison for around 10 months. Luckily he seems to be back on the grind nowadays, with a decently robust cross-platform slush fund to boot (~200k USD across Pateron, Open Collective, Bitcoin).
It can be a rough world out there for the folks building for the "focus, productivity and anti-distraction" platform.
web development, streamlined (by sveltejs)Project mention: Show HN: I built a domain name marketplace for folks (like me) who hoard domains | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-11-26
I've always sat on the design, marketing and front-end side of the fence, so this was my first attempt at making a 'full' web app.
Here's the stack I used:
- SvelteKit (https://kit.svelte.dev/)
Lexical is an extensible text editor framework that provides excellent reliability, accessibility and performance.Project mention: Ask HN: What is your favorite FOSS WYSIWYG editor? | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-10-22
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The project has been migrated to @wolf-table/table https://github.com/wolf-table/tableProject mention: Roast my app: After 2 weeks learning Rust and Tauri, I hacked a few libraries together to build a simple Spreadsheet | /r/rust | 2023-03-22
https://github.com/myliang/x-spreadsheet for the spreadsheet app in js
🏰 An exciting game of programming and Artificial IntelligenceProject mention: Which learning platform do you use? If you don’t, how do you study and keep yourself up to date with the ever expanding tech industry? | /r/learnprogramming | 2023-02-13
Also for fun / to answer the passion part: how far can you get in https://warriorjs.com/ or https://play.battlesnake.com/ :) It's getting more advanced than you'd think
Native Node bindings to Git.
Numpy is a library - node.js has plenty of them, what is missing? There is stdlib package that offers optimized math functions, for example.
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An accessible dialog window library for all humans.
:rabbit2: Fastest possible memoization library
Validate XML, Parse XML and Build XML rapidly without C/C++ based libraries and no callback.Project mention: XML: read and write with Node.js | dev.to | 2022-12-10
After experimenting with a few different XML parsers I settled on fast-xml-parser. It's fast, it's simple and it's well maintained. It also handles XML namespaces and attributes well. (This appears to be rare in XML parsers.)
Official ECMAScript Conformance Test SuiteProject mention: [2023-07-12] Razuberi Development Update | /r/razuberi | 2023-07-12
I successfully executed the assert-true.js and assert-false.js tests in the harness folder of the test262 repo. (This folder is full of tests which test the test harness itself.)
Markdown driven task runner. (by egoist)Project mention: Show HN: Xc – A Markdown Defined Task Runner | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-02-23
A few years back on my project Takeoff (https://github.com/takeoff-env/takeoff) - a tool for creating docker environments for local dev - I used maid (https://github.com/egoist/maid) for exactly this, using a markdown file as a task runner.
I liked the idea, although didn't go much further with the project.
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