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STAR Apps: A New Generation of Front-End Tooling for Development Workflows

Product teams from AirBnb and New York Times to Shopify and Artsy (among many others) are converging on a new set of best practices and technologies for building the web apps that their businesses depend on. This trend reflects core principles and solve underlying problems that we may share, so it is worth digging deeper.… Read article

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Why Do You Use Frameworks?

Nicole Sullivan asked. People said:

  • 🐦... for the same reason that I buy ingredients rather than growing/raising all of my own food.
  • 🐦 I write too many bugs without them.
  • 🐦 Avoiding bikeshedding.
  • 🐦 ... to solve problems that are adjacent to, but distinct from, the problem I'm trying to solve at hand.
  • 🐦 Because to create the same functionality would require a much larger team
  • 🐦 I want to be able to focus on building the product
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A Minimal JavaScript Setup

Some people prefer to write JavaScript with React. For others, it’s Vue or jQuery. For others still, it is their own set of tools or a completely blank document. Some setups are minimal, some allow you to get things done quickly, and some are crazy powerful, allowing you to build complex and maintainable applications. Every setup has advantages and disadvantages, but positives usually outweigh negatives when it comes to popular frameworks verified and vetted by an active community.

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The “Developer Experience” Bait-and-Switch

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