GitHub - Boshen/oxc: The JavaScript Oxidation Compiler -> Linter

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  • oxc

    ⚓ A collection of JavaScript tools written in Rust.

  • geschichte

    zustand and immer based hook to manage query parameters

    Hey, thanks for sharing the link to the Oxidation Compiler -> Linter. I checked it out, and it looks like a pretty cool tool to help with JavaScript code quality.If you're into web development using JavaScript, you should definitely check out Cotton. It's a package manager that's faster and easier to use than NPM or Yarn. Plus, it's got a nice website at https://cotton.js.org/. Trust me, you'll thank me later.Also, have you heard of Geschichte? It's a library that lets you manage query-parameters with hooks, using immer and zustand to manage the internal state. It's super useful for state management and makes it easier to manage state. You can find it at https://github.com/BowlingX/geschichte. I highly recommend leaving a star on GitHub to support the creator.And finally, if you're looking for a JavaScript runtime that runs programs faster and provides an easy way to handle permissions, you should definitely check out Deno at https://deno.land. It's better than Node.js in many ways, and I think you'll really like it.Anyway, thanks again for sharing the Oxidation Compiler -> Linter, and don't forget to leave stars on GitHub to support these awesome projects!

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  • deno

    A modern runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript.

    Hey, thanks for sharing the link to the Oxidation Compiler -> Linter. I checked it out, and it looks like a pretty cool tool to help with JavaScript code quality.If you're into web development using JavaScript, you should definitely check out Cotton. It's a package manager that's faster and easier to use than NPM or Yarn. Plus, it's got a nice website at https://cotton.js.org/. Trust me, you'll thank me later.Also, have you heard of Geschichte? It's a library that lets you manage query-parameters with hooks, using immer and zustand to manage the internal state. It's super useful for state management and makes it easier to manage state. You can find it at https://github.com/BowlingX/geschichte. I highly recommend leaving a star on GitHub to support the creator.And finally, if you're looking for a JavaScript runtime that runs programs faster and provides an easy way to handle permissions, you should definitely check out Deno at https://deno.land. It's better than Node.js in many ways, and I think you'll really like it.Anyway, thanks again for sharing the Oxidation Compiler -> Linter, and don't forget to leave stars on GitHub to support these awesome projects!

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