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tl;dr: "The proposal introduces a new operator. This operator is an idea borrowed from functional programming that makes applying functions more convenient in many cases. This post describes how the pipe operator works and what its use cases are (there are more than you might expect!)."
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tl;dr: Annual round-up of the JS landscape, including most popular projects, most popular build tools, and more. "To build modern sites and applications, it seems we have entered the era of the meta frameworks: Next.js, Nuxt, SvelteKit... and the promising newcomer Remix."
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Understanding Why Our Build Got 15x Slower With Webpack 5
tl;dr: "We started, like we often do, with git bisect. It helped us track down the set of changes that appeared to have introduced the issue; adding a Dark Mode to Tines. "This is bizarre," we thought, "how could a bunch of CSS changes have slowed things down?"."
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tl;dr: "Unicode should be kept in mind when doing reviews of code from unknown or untrusted contributors. This is especially interesting for open source projects as they might receive contributions from developers that are effectively anonymous." Wolfgang highlights how invisible unicode characters are leveraged to breach security.
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