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70 JavaScript Interview Questions

70 JavaScript Interview Questions


Preparing for a JavaScript interview? Or simply, are you curious to know how in-depth do you understand JavaScript? In this article, you will find 70 amazing non-obvious questions that can satisfy your curiosity on this topic! 

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Why JavaScript is Eating HTML | CSS-Tricks

Why JavaScript is Eating HTML


In recent years, JavaScript developers have started to define page structure in JavaScript instead of pure HTML. Is this a good practice? This article tries to find a pragmatic answer to this question.

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Scaling to 100k Users

Scaling to 100k Users


Many startups have been there - what feels like legions of new users are signing up for accounts every day and the engineering team is scrambling to keep things running?
This article offers a pragmatic guide on some architectural choices you can make to scale as you grow and avoid over-engineering.

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evanw/esbuild

evanw/esbuild


An extremely fast JavaScript bundler and minifier that can be used as an alternative to Webpack and parcel. Written in Go and available on GitHub!

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10 Array Methods You Should Know 👀

10 JavaScript Array Methods You Should Know


JavaScript arrays are generally considered simple, but do you know all the sweet things you can do with an array instance? Read this article if you want to find out more!

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lirantal/nodejs-cli-apps-best-practices

Node.js CLI apps best practices


A wonderful repository collecting a list of best practices that you should follow if you are building a CLI application with Node.js.

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The Theory: A Semantic Color System

The Theory: A Semantic Color System


Colours are a foundational element of interfaces but frequently end up becoming a mess of inline definitions, different naming conventions across platforms, confusion around when to use what colour, and issues with updates when things change... This article explores a more systematic approach to define colours in your design system. A great resource if you are working on a design system right now or if you want to improve your existing system!

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Information Architecture: For the Web and Beyond
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