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There are many different ways to compile SCSS, one of the two syntaxes supported by SASS. In this post we will explore the utilization of the node-sass npm package. We'll also look at how we can use the clean-css npm package to minify and optimize the generated output after compiling SCSS into CSS. Both of these techniques are similar to how Bootstrap handles the compilation and minification of its SCSS files. Please make sure you have Node.js and npm installed first.
Reference: The (Not So) Secret Lifecycle of Variables I highly encourage you to go and check this article.
Building binaries that you can ship on Steam (or iOS, or Google Play) is easy with electron and cordova.
Promise based HTTP client for the browser and node.jsLatest mention: Request body not sending to Express when using Axios in React, but works in Postman | reddit.com/r/webdev | 2021-01-22
As one of the maintainers of the uuid module, I'm obviously partial to UUIDs, but there's good reasons for that. They are standard. You'll find support for them everywhere. Every language, every db, every app framework, every validation engine you're likely to care about. (Sidebar: crypto.randomUUID() is now a thing in node, (as of v15.6) and "coming soon" in browsers.)
Also I suppose this is the deno language server.
One framework. Mobile & desktop.Latest mention: Does reassigning a subscribed observable produce a memory leak with async pipe? | reddit.com/r/Angular2 | 2021-01-25
I just had a look for you and it's good news: When the async pipe gets a new incoming value, it releases any subscriptions it had before it subscribes to the new one.
There is an ongoing open issue (since 2015) in the TypeScript repo regarding that limitation.
Hi there! Today I've opened for myself 30-seconds-of-code repository that contains very much useful JS snippet. Today I've learned some shorter way to do things in JS. And I never cease to be amazed at how universal JS is!
Each tile will have a texture derived from a .jpg or .png image and loaded using a texture loader. Here is an example animation cube mesh with textured faces. The code for that is here.
Material-UI is a simple and customizable component library to build faster, beautiful, and more accessible React applications. Follow your own design system, or start with Material Design.Latest mention: Ask /r/CSS: What is your CSS framework of choice? | reddit.com/r/css | 2021-01-18
I think that in the context of this question, https://github.com/mui-org/material-ui is a more relevant answer :)
Node best practices
📓 The UI component explorer. Develop, document, & test for React, Vue, Angular, Ember, Web Components, & more!Latest mention: TDD in a React frontend | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 2021-01-22
We use Chromatic with Storyshots and it’s really great. Full CI and GitHub integration which builds and publishes a PR branch’s Storybook and creates a Visual PR showing all visual diffs for approval. It allows easier collaboration with your Product Manager too.
:atom: The hackable text editorLatest mention: Arch Linux in WSL?? | reddit.com/r/archlinux | 2021-01-25
I had a decent WSL1 environment going, with vcxsrv + gome (ubuntu at the time.) Things mostly worked, but filesystem speeds were atrocious, and there were small gotchas that made the experience just miserable.
Simple HTML5 Charts using the <canvas> tag
Earlier you said that you already know python, and js is quite similar, as they are dynamically typed (you don’t need to tell it what type of values your variables stores), and using nodejs allows you to make simple web servers really easily.
A Vue.js 2.0 UI Toolkit for WebLatest mention: 🎉 Element UI for Vue 3.0 is coming! | dev.to | 2021-01-11
Element UI, which was born on 13th March 2016, has grown up from an internal component library of Ele.me to one of the most popular open-source UI component libraries in the Vue ecosystem within 4 years.
A professional front-end template for building fast, robust, and adaptable web apps or sites.Latest mention: Minimal Base.html | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-01-04
I'm used to call this HTML5 boilerplate. So that's the way I google when I actually need something like this.