July 5th, 2020
- What’s New In DevTools in Chrome 85 - includes Lighthouse 6.0 updates.
- Safari 14 is now available with Safari Web Extensions support for macOS.
- What’s New for Web Developers in Safari & WebKit - latest features and improvements announced at WWDC for Safari and WebKit. #Video
- New in Firefox 78 - DevTools improvements and platform updates.
- The 18th beta of Vue 3.0 is out.
- Version 10 of Angular released.
- Node 14.5 is out. This version introduces an new experimental API
- Bootstrap 5 alpha is now available.
- ECMAScript proposal:private static methods and accessors in classes - This post explains private static methods and accessors in classes.
- GitHub rolled out a new design for repo pages - Hacker News rant.
- Exploring the Web Speech API - Experimenting with voice on the web using the Web Speech Synthesis and Recognition API.
- Github’s Super Linter - One linter to rule them all.
- Improving HTTP with structured header fields
- Using the Chrome UX Report API - get easy, RESTful access to real-user experience data across millions of websites.
- History of search engines - A comprehensive take on history of search engines.
- web.dev LIVE- Google’s three-day digital event wrapped up on 2nd July covering topics such as Web Vitals, PWAs, Privacy and Security as well as the new updates coming to developer tools. Videos: Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
- OpenJS World 2020, first-ever virtual OpenJS World 2020 conference by The Linux Foundation, wrapped up last month covering huge spectrum of topics related to JS ecosystem. Videos: All[Speakers and Slides]: (https://openjsworld2020.sched.com/overview/subject/Yes)
- ForwardJS - Online Event on July 20-24. Follow @forwardJS
- Angular NL Conference - Online Event on July 24. Follow @angularnl
- Create: Front-end - Online Event on July 29.
- What the heck is the event loop anyway? By Philip Roberts - Talk in JSConf EU 2014 is a gem of a talk about event loops. It covers the essentials to understand main thread for JS.
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