The Elm Architecture (TEA) is conceptually very nice, but it forces us to write large amounts of boilerplate whenever we need to use a “component”. In this post, Søren Debois explains the details of how we get rid of most of that boilerplate in the elm-mdl library.
Conferences have become a great piece of developer culture. They’re fun places where we get together and geek out about things, make friends, and listen to talks about almost everything there is to talk about.
EmberConf 2016 recently ended, and Leah Silber talks about different aspects of planning and executing a conference; a good read for anyone hoping to get into the conference game.
Kewler is a simple functional and immutable color manipulation library.
Have you ever tried to develop a 3D web-based game? I’m pretty sure you have, but you also found that it wasn’t easy at all. You have so many things to get your project working. Shapes, physics, textures, materials, lighting, camera position, controls, and well of course we want all that to be made in a fast and efficient way. And that’s just what WhitestormJS is.
Virtual vertical list component in React. Displays thousands of items without breaking a sweat!
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If you’re even remotely interested, these reviews will probably convince you.