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"AI companion" is the least original product description at this point
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great github chromium extension that adds a number of handy features github.com/refined-github/refined-github
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why only 3 casts show up in main?
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the TypeScript npm package size dropped significantly in v5.5 30.2 MB -> 20.4 MB 5.5 MB -> 3.7 MB (packed) so many other goodies devblogs.microsoft.com/typescript/announcing-typescript-5-5-rc/
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freenextjsforjim.biz > Vercel's Next.js
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Every documentation site should have these 3, preferably visible right away: 1. link to "examples page" (with playground), 2. link to "skip to main content", 3. a short and concise 2 bullet points with these literal questions answered: - "What is this?" - "When should I use this?" Your users will love you
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@yup can you allow users to only cross post x to farcaster and not the other way around? I've recommended yup to so many people and requiring x posting permissions is the main reason they all decide against it
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did not know github cli had such a neat set of extensions gh dash - sexy dashboard for github github.com/dlvhdr/gh-dash gh-look - interactively browse content of any github repo github.com/LangLangBart/gh-look gh-notify - github notifications github.com/meiji163/gh-notify
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aws just released this bad boy a CLI toolkit which deploys infrastructure for you resources (CodeBuild, Lambda, CodePipeline, ...) then listens for changes in GitHub and updates your CloudFront distribution https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/networking-and-content-delivery/introducing-cloudfront-hosting-toolkit/
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Durable Objects "is just a server that spins up instantly and sticks around for as long as you need it" No mysticism behind it
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@cassie I think this might be a good time to start using https://radicle.xyz @radworks
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Microsoft Edge drops React and migrates to WebUI 2.0. Result is "42% faster browser" theverge.com/2024/5/28/24166556/microsoft-edge-speed-upgrade-webui-2 My take: - I have no clue what WebUI 2.0 is and can't find any docs, - ms edge is still trash, - ms edge react devs are mid
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Next.js App Router + Web Component
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web component in react + vite example https://stackblitz.com/edit/vitejs-vite-2q5vbl?file=src%2FApp.tsx using this web component installed from npm: github.com/stefanjudis/sparkly-text coming up a nextjs example
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Instead of having a react, vue, svelte, solid, etc. versions of your library, consider having a Web Component version Web Components are natively supported in the browser and will work across all frameworks
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@mikedemarais.eth any plans for svelte support in rainbowkit? Or maybe vanilla / Web Component support which will make rainbowkit universally compatible
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shits getting wild in svelte land
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JavaScript quine clock aem1k.com/qlock A quine is a computer program that takes no input and produces a copy of its own source code as its only output.
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Lambda Cold Starts benchmark maxday.github.io/lambda-perf
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For dev related stuff lobste.rs > hackernews
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