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Ultra is a great way to work with Deno and React, and its recently released version 1.0 includes many new features and improvements.
Matt Pocock is working on his TypeScript course, but as it’s being built out, he’s adding some free tutorials including this on one Zod. Although I’ve been doing TypeScript for quite a while now, I’ve never used Zod. Gonna check it out. I’m in
Zod is a TypeScript-first schema declaration and validation library. In this tutorial, Matt Pocock has prepared a set of exercises that will help you level up.
Craig Newmark’s explanation of the site’s evolution (or lack thereof) is surprisingly simple.
A Preact Signals deep dive including performance improvements to them
Preact is a fast 3kB alternative to React with the same modern API.
I couldn’t stop watching this video as I’m terrible at folding clothes lol.
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Words of Wisdom for the Week
VS Code Tip of the Week
I skipped last week’s VS Code tip of the week, but for a great reason. I was in Hawaii for my work…
I’m back from vacation/work offsite, so I finally got the stream recording with James Perkins from Clerk up. Check it out!
James Perkins, Senior Developer Advocate @ Clerk, joins Nick Taylor on his stream to discuss Clerk and how identity doesn’t have to be complex. They live cod…
Hacktoberfest is almost here! I got you covered
Hacktoberfest 2022 is almost upon us! Whether you are new to Hacktoberfest or a seasoned veteran,… Tagged with hacktoberfest, opensource, beginners.