June 10, 2020
🔥 What's Hot in Web Development? — Weekly Picks #131
So, let's get it started.
It's been a while since we last featured a VS Code extensions list but now they're back! A list of 20 extensions including themes, productivity tools, git utilities and more. 📝
🌍 VS Code Server is a superb open source project that gives you access to a VS Code instance running on a remote server. In this article, the author walks you through setting up your VS Code Server on DigitalOcean
Eric Elliott does it again with another fascinating piece, this time about Redux's reducer function. Eric presents
immer, a library that will help you shrink and simplify your reducer. ⏬
A meme that compares Softwares back in the old days and now, pretty funny IMO. 😜
🕵️♂️ Algolia had an incident due to SSL root certificates on May 30. In this post, Adam, Director of Infrastructure & Security, shares the post mortem of the incident and their key takeaways.
🏃♀️ Amy, the author, is a former long-distance runner. She applies concepts from her training to programming. She explains how to build a programming training plan and how to solve problems.
🤩 I'm so excited that Daily is featured again in our community weekly picks. We released a new bookmarks interface, including a new filter to see only the unread bookmarks, update to the latest version to enjoy.
🆙 A list of 10 tools for developers, mainly IDE focused.
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