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Zeal Interestings, Issue 32
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Languages & Libraries
More thoughts on what Redux requires, how Redux is intended to be used, and what is possible with Redux
On the Server
Over the years, we’ve built up a small suite of optimizations to speed this boot process up, achieving reductions of 75% on our monolith. These 75% reductions generally translate to 50% reductions in smaller applications.
On the Front-End

The story of how I got tired of the default developer tools and made a better responsive design tool in 10 hours.

Less than a year ago, we introduced Create React App as an officially supported way to create apps with zero configuration. The project has since enjoyed tremendous growth, with over 950 commits by more than 250 contributors.

The idea behind React Fiber, the company tells me, is to take what the company has learned from developing React the first time around and put that into an updated framework that is still fully backwards compatible with existing React-based applications.
Write down a command-line to see the help text that matches each argument.

Introducing our new open source library React Sketch.app.

A Git hook to validate your commit messages based on community standards.

People & Process
No soul-crushing commute. No managers or co-workers hanging over your shoulder. No one stealing your lunch from the office fridge. Remote work is wonderful. But it's not without its challenges.

Trying to make your software crack-proof is a fools errand. But one simple thing you can do is create a ‘honeypot’ page to try to convert people searching for a cracked version of your software.

Learning & Growth
I have noticed that the memories we have of interactions with others (living or dead) tend to form a kind of simulated model of that person in our memory.
Must See
Videos of RailsConf 2017 talks are up!
Worth a Listen
Podcast about React hot topics and JavaScript ecosystem.

Other Cool Stuff

Mavo is a new, approachable way to create web applications. It helps you turn your static HTML into reactive web applications without a single line of programming code and no server backend.

And a particular kind of bot worked best.

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