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Typed-Html: Type Checked JSX for Rust (github.com) Programming
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Nerves – Craft and deploy bulletproof embedded software in Elixir (nerves-project.org) Apple Programming Linux
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Show HN: A collection of recursive CSS specimens (github.io) Programming
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Caddy – The HTTP/2 Web Server with Automatic HTTPS (caddyserver.com) Programming
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ReformedFelonForHire.com – High quality software skills, at a competitive price (reformedfelonforhire.com) Programming
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Redux – Not Dead Yet (isquaredsoftware.com) Programming
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CSS Blocks (css-blocks.com) Programming
41 points by pbowyer 21 hours ago | 2 comments
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Hand Made Vacuum Tubes by Claude Paillard (2012) [video] (vimeo.com) Programming
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Awesome JavaScript Calendar Has Been Released. MIT License, Easy to Use and IE9+ (github.com) Programming
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Migrating to React’s New Context API (kentcdodds.com) Programming
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Show HN: A TDD starter template for JavaScript interviews and exercises (github.com) Programming
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Show HN: A simple language server for JavaScript, powered by ESLint and Tern (github.com) Programming
10 points by tbodt 10 hours ago | 0 comments
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Top Advantages of Using React.js (da-14.com) Programming
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ASP.NET Core MVC vs. Razor Pages – A quick comparison (jonhilton.net) Programming
54 points by jonhilton 15 hours ago | 14 comments
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Node v10.0.0 Released (nodejs.org) Programming
35 points by dikiaap 11 hours ago | 2 comments
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The Node.js Project Introduces Latest Release Line: Node.js 10.x (medium.com) Programming
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Announcing NPM 6 (medium.com) Programming
104 points by theodorejb 16 hours ago | 51 comments
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JavaScript Symbol.thenable Proposal (github.com) Programming Python
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Used PHP in a Hackathon was made fun of and it made me feel really shitty (reddit.com) Programming
72 points by jocoda 1 hours ago | 79 comments
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CSS at Scale: LinkedIn’s New Open Source Projects Take on Stylesheet Performance (linkedin.com) Programming
12 points by digitalnalogika 14 hours ago | 0 comments
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The Heron Programming Language (github.io) Programming
29 points by cdiggins 3 hours ago | 8 comments
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Python Assignment Expressions (PEP 572) (python.org) Programming Python
10 points by stsewd 4 hours ago | 2 comments
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How does dynamic dispatch work in WebAssembly? (fitzgeraldnick.com) Programming
97 points by mnemonik 15 hours ago | 18 comments
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Writing FreeBSD Malware [video] (youtube.com) Programming Security Linux
44 points by adamnemecek 4 hours ago | 8 comments
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Show HN: Frontloops – Level up your front end skills with handcrafted tasks (frontloops.io) Design Programming
4 points by bananabobby 22 hours ago | 0 comments
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Structured Concurrency in High-Level Languages (250bpm.com) Programming
130 points by rumcajz 20 hours ago | 35 comments
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JavaScript Isn't Scheme (2013) (stuffwithstuff.com) Programming
84 points by tosh 12 hours ago | 51 comments
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CSS at Scale: LinkedIn’s New Open Source Projects Take on Stylesheet Performance (linkedin.com) Programming
21 points by based2 20 hours ago | 1 comments
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