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How to Get a Progressive Web App into the Google Play Store

PWA (Progressive Web Apps) have been with us for some time now. Yet, each time I try explaining it to clients, the same question pops up: "Will my users be able to install the app using app stores?"

Detect CSS properties that don't have an effect on the current element

Detect CSS properties that don't have an effect on the current element.

Improve React App Performance Through Memoization

Memoization is the process of caching a result of inputs linearly related to its output, so when the input is requested the output is returned from the cache without any computation.

React's new "hooks" APIs give function components the ability to use local component state, execute side effects, and more.

React Redux now offers a set of hook APIs as an alternative to the existing connect() Higher Order Component. These APIs allow you to subscribe to the Redux store and dispatch actions, without having to wrap your components in connect().

Styling a fullscreen PWA

The Web App Manifest is the format that defines metadata about an application, so that a user can add it to their homescreen.

Netlify Functions for Sending Emails

Let's say you're rocking a JAMstack-style site (no server-side languages in use), but you want to do something rather dynamic like send an email.

Svelte 3: Rethinking reactivity

After several months of being just days away, we are over the moon to announce the stable release of Svelte 3.

Announcing NodeJS 12

This blog was written by Bethany Griggs and Michael Dawson, with additional contributions from the Node.js Release Team and Technical Steering committee. We are excited to announce Node.js 12 today.

What's New in Chrome 74

Private Class Fields, Prefers Reduced Motion, CSS Transition Events, & more