August 26, 2020
🔥 What's Hot in Web Development? — Weekly Picks #142
🌟 This week we have inspiring posts! They are not focused on a specific domain but rather on general development tips and stories.
As always, all posts were ranked by daily.dev community. Shout out to all the authors. 👏
So, let's get it started.
Version 2.19.0 is here: It's all about you
🎉 daily.dev version 2.19 is out with upvotes and comments. Our community got all excited so it reached the first place in this week's picks.
3 Habits That Will Help You Become a Top Developer
🎖 Every now and then a list of tips to become the best developer every is published. This list focuses on 3 habits, document the problems, create architecture diagrams, and maintain a daily log.
🦄 A research about the popularity of different JS frameworks. The author used Google Trends, NPM, Stackoverflow, GitHub, and Indeed job portal to draw the conclusions.
Codemap - The code visualizer you wished for
China is building a GitHub alternative called Gitee
🚀 Due to the escalation between the US and China, China is afraid that they will be banned from using GitHub. They are looking for an alternative.
Introducing The ReadME Project
🔖 The ReadME Project features the stories of the people behind the most popular open-source projects.
Visual Flows - Simple design process can be here
📊 Adobe XD components to create user flow diagrams. A Sketch and Figma versions are coming soon.
A database Written in Node.js from the Ground Up
🏗 HarperDB is the first and only database written in Nodejs. This post explains the story of building a database with Nodejs. Pros/cons, stack, libraries, clustering, and more.
Why user-oriented development is so important ‚Äì the story of tactics.ai
✨ Tactics.ai shares their story of following the lean startup approach. They highlight the importance of interviewing your (potential) users to decide the focus for your product.
Announcing TypeScript 4.0
🔥 TypeScript 4.0 is here with a new massive features list. Variadic tuple types, labeled tuple elements, a new unknown type for catch blocks are just examples of the goodness TS 4.0 brings.
🙌 Wrap Up!
That was all for this week. We will come back with another list of interesting development posts next week.