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Understanding the ECMAScript spec, part 2

In part 1 of this series we read through a simple method - Object.prototype.hasOwnProperty and abstract operations it invokes.

Webpack 5 Module Federation

A scalable solution to sharing code between independent applications has never been convenient, and near impossible at scale.

What’s New in Angular 9

Angular is one of the most widely used front-end frameworks and it has recently launched a major release. This version of Angular uses Ivy as the compiler, which was previously under preview.

Communication Between Micro Frontends

Microfrontends have become a viable option for developing mid to large scale web apps. Especially for distributed teams, the ability to develop and deploy independently seems charming

How it works - Virtual DOM

Virtual DOM otherwise known as VDOM, is a virtual representation of actual DOM (Document Object Model) in the browser. VDOM is kept in memory and synced with actual DOM.

The History of the URL

On the twenty-two computer scientists met to discuss an issue with ‘computer mail’ (now known as email). Attendees included the guy who would create Sun Microsystems, the guy who made Zork, the NTP guy, and the guy who convinced the government to pay for Unix.

ES6 modules in the browser: are they ready yet?

Have you heard about ES6 modules in the browser? They’re like ES6 modules, but in the browser.

Chrome Tracing for Fun and Profit

When you take into account all the factors that can have an effect on your app’s performance — OS version, CPU, GPU, memory, disk speed, network conditions, other currently running software, and so on— it turns out every desktop environment is as unique as a snowflake.