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Languages & Libraries

Those of you upgrading npm to its latest version, npm@5.2.0, might notice that it installs a new binary alongside the usual npm: npx.

Converting Queries to Commands - A `Slice and Dice' Refactoring

On the Server

The free and open-source tutorial for you to learn about GraphQL from zero to production. After a basic introduction, you’ll build a Hackernews clone with Javascript or any other technology of your choice.

Stateless login-with microservice for OAuth
On the Front-End
Browsersync makes your browser testing workflow faster by synchronising URLs, interactions and code changes across multiple devices. It’s wicked-fast and totally free.

Redux is an excellent tool for managing the “state” of an application. The following discussion should help anyone working with Redux on large, data intensive applications.

CSS custom properties are opening new horizons for web development. They look and work like CSS variables, and the way they work is reflected in their name.

On the Go
Components in React Native are styled using JavaScript. Color properties usually match how CSS works on the web.


On Stack Overflow, a question gets asked once, answered, and then becomes a central point of knowledge for thousands of others who read it on our site. But what about developers who don’t have the luxury of being public about their work?

An open-source screen recorder built with web technology

People & Process

Many companies grow up, slow down, and die. Good development pace is essential for surviving.

Reading Coraline’s post on a year at Github inspires a lot of feelings: feelings on behalf of a friend; feelings about culture; feelings about how organization structure always wins out over intent.
Must See
Top-quality game development tutorials! Unity, C#, Game Design, Photoshop and the list goes on.
We'll get into the basics of animating a 2D object, talk about sprites, states, and anything else that applies.

Other Cool Stuff
Google's artificial intelligence company, DeepMind, has developed an AI that has managed to learn how to walk, run, jump, and climb without any prior guidance.

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