JSK Weekly - 13th March, 2024

So you want to be a JavaScript expert, right? Well, you have picked an exciting journey. JavaScript is like a rollercoaster—thrilling, fast-paced, and sometimes intimidating. But don't worry. With a lot of practice, patience, and passion, you can learn JavaScript and become a true coding rockstar. Check out "How to Get Good at JavaScript " for some tips to help you learn and make the most of it.

Other popular stories this week include "Create an Interactive BPMN Viewer and Editor Using the JavaScript Diagram Control" on Syncfusion, "React vs Vue: Comparison of the Best JavaScript Frameworks at a Glance!" and "Understanding The Difference Between Pub/Sub and Signals in JavaScript" on Bits and Pieces.


Release Notes for Safari Technology Preview 190

Safari Technology Preview Release 190 is now available for download for macOS Sonoma and macOS Ventura.

Authored by: WebKit

10 Challenges In Implementing Microservices

Implementing microservices in 2024 faces challenges: data consistency, security, service communication, monitoring, DevOps, and fault tolerance

Authored by: Bit

React vs Vue: Comparison of the Best JavaScript Frameworks at a Glance!

React and Vue have gained some traction for being able to build user interfaces smoothly, from their ease of learning and flexibility to high-performance rate and community support. As a seasoned...

Authored by: In Plain English

Improving Performance in Firefox and Across the Web with Speedometer 3 - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog

Today's Speedometer release is more open and challenging than before and is the best tool for driving browser performance improvements.

Authored by: Mozilla Hacks


Understanding The Difference Between Pub/Sub and Signals in JavaScript

Adopt the signal or the pub/sub pattern to build decoupled architectural components in both your frontend and backend app.

Authored by: Bit

How to Use the JavaScript Map and Set Objects - Explained with Code Examples

Map and Set are two JavaScript data structures you can use to store a collection of values, similar to Objects and Arrays. They are specialized data structures that can help you store and manipulate related values. In this tutorial, we will see how Map and Set work in detail

Authored by: JavaScript Kicks

How to Get Good at JavaScript

With a lot of practice, patience, and passion, you can learn JavaScript and become a true coding rockstar.📈 Stick around, and you will learn some tricks to help you improve, if not master...

Authored by: Ishrat

How to Use the Geolocation API in JavaScript - with Code Examples

The Geolocation API is a standard API implemented in browsers to retrieve the location of the people who are interacting with a web application. This API enable users to send their location to a web application to enable relevant services, such as seeking a restaurant or hotel near the user.

Authored by: JavaScript Kicks

Create an Interactive BPMN Viewer and Editor Using the JavaScript Diagram Control

A business process can be confusing for anyone who is not directly involved with the process. A business process model and notation (BPMN) diagram visually represents a complex business process in a form similar to a flowchart. Such a diagram can be shared across organizations and industries to communicate the necessary information to complete a process.

Authored by: Syncfusion


Type Challenges: Implement the Chainable Utility Type

TypeScript Type Challenges, TypeScript Generic, TypeScript Utility Type, Mastering TypeScript series

Authored by: Bytefer

The Power of @ts-ignore for Code Blocks in TypeScript

TypeScript provides strict type-checking to catch potential errors and improve code reliability. However, there are situations where developers may need to temporarily bypass type-checking for...

Authored by: JavaScript Kicks


4 Ways To Manage State In React in 2024

Here are the top 4 ways to manage state in React apps in 2024: Context API, Redux, React Query and MobX for 2024.

Authored by: Bit

Creating a Modal Component in React

In modern web development, modal windows are a common UI pattern used to display information or interactive elements without navigating away from the current page. They provide a convenient way to...

Authored by: In Plain English

React Micro Frontends with ES Modules

In this tutorial, we'll explore how to create micro frontends as Bit components, bundle them into ES modules, and deploy them. We'll use Bit to share dependencies between the components (the MFE and...

Authored by: Bit

Top 5 React Best Practices Every Developer Should Know

Explore Composable Software, State Management, Immutability, Lifecycle Methods, Hooks and Optimization

Authored by: Bit

Theming React Components: A Practical Guide

By implementing a theme, developers can maintain a consistent design throughout their React components, making it easier to manage and update styles. This guide will walk you through creating a...

Authored by: Bit