Around the Web – 20180914

Around the Web – 20180914

Brett M. Nelson - Friday, September 14, 2018

And now for somethings to read (or watch) over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.

187: API Horny

Good Day, Sir! Show - Salesforce Podcast – / John De Santiago – Sep 13 – In this episode, we discuss Mulesoft, development patterns, new Apple iPhones and watches, and answer questions from the GDS community.

Introducing GitHub Pull Requests for Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio – Apr 14, 2016 – September 10, 2018 Kenneth Auchenberg, @auchenberg Like many other open source projects, the Visual Studio Code community collaborates through pull requests to land fixes and new features. Starting this past spring, our team has been working to...

A tour of JavaScript timers on the web

Read the Tea Leaves – Nolan Lawson – Sep 1, 3:10 PM – Pop quiz: what is the difference between these JavaScript timers? setTimeout setInterval setImmediate requestAnimationFrame requestIdleCallback More specifically, if you queue up all of these timers at once, do you have any idea which order they'll...

Essential Cheat Sheet- Functional Programming with JavaScript (ES6) – This handy resource outlines syntax features that enable developers to express their code using functional programming techniques. If you're here, you must be a fan of the functional approach to problem solving. JavaScript includes an array of...

Why You Should Use View Components, not Partial Views, in ASP.NET Core

Progress – Peter Kellner – Aug 27 – Learn why you should use View Components — and not Partial Views — in your ASP.NET Core projects with this hands-on example. Why use View Components and not Partial Views? The biggest reason is that when inserting a Partial View into...

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