/JavaScript

Elevator.js

- Tim Holman tl;dr: "Elevator.js fixes those awkward "scroll to top" moments the old fashioned way."

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A Little Bit Of Plain Javascript Can Do A Lot

- Julia Evans tl;dr: Julia's goal is "to be able to write little websites with less than 200 lines of Javascript that mostly work." She runs through what all she's been able to do playing around with simple JS and without using a framework.

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JavaScript Questions

- Lydia Hallie tl;dr: "From basic to advanced: test how well you know JavaScript, refresh your knowledge a bit, or prepare for your coding interview!"

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Do Not Follow JavaScript Trends

- Nikola Duza tl;dr: When considering a new technology (1) research and test before deciding (2) Is it solving your problem, what is the cost? (3) Get an opinion from others.

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The Third Age Of JavaScript

- Shawn Wang tl;dr: "Third Age is about clearing away legacy assumptions and collapsing layers of tooling."

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The Cost Of Javascript Frameworks

- Tim Kadlec tl;dr: Comparative performance costs of jQuery, Vue, Angular and React. 

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Rome, A New JavaScript Toolchain

- Jason Miller tl;dr: Rome is a from-scratch implementation of a complete JavaScript toolchain. It compiles and bundles JavaScript projects, lints and type-checks, runs tests, and can also format code.

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JavaScript Libraries Are Almost Never Updated Once Installed

- Zack Bloom tl;dr: Cloudflare analyzed anonymous data around jQuery's usage. While a new version of jQuery was adopted quickly, there wasn't a decline in usage of older versions.

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70 JavaScript Interview Questions

- Mark Abeto tl;dr: Mark lays out common JavaScript interview questions answering each one.

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The State of JavaScript 2019

- Sacha Greif tl;dr: With over 21,717 respondents this survey is both a dive into various JS frameworks and a state of the union on how the community feels about the language and where it's heading. 

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