A Definitive Guide To Streams

JavaScript Performance Beyond Bundle Size — Nolan ponders why ‘bundle size’ is such a common thing to focus on when it comes to JavaScript performance and shares a collection of useful tools to study it further, if you wish, before moving on to more significant concerns ‘beyond the bundle.’ A really good read. Alex Russell reminds us to test on real mobile hardware too.

Nolan Lawson

The Definitive Guide to Streams — One of those posts that will bring you up to speed on a not often discussed area of JavaScript but which is really useful to understand! The Streams API allows you to programmatically read, write, and transform streams of data in a flexible way.

Thomas Steiner

TypeScript 4.2 Released — The extension (a superset, if you will) of JavaScript that adds static types and type-checking takes another step forward. 4.2 improves how type aliases are handled, adds leading/middle rest elements to tuple types, and more. The release notes are super thorough, as always.

Daniel Rosenwasser (Microsoft)

10 Years of Open-Source Visualization with D3.js — The creator of D3.js (the popular data visualization library) reflects on ten years since D3 1.0 was released with what he’s learnt from both developing D3 and leading a prominent project for so long. Congratulations, Mike!

Mike Bostock

Quick Bits

JavaScript Engineer — Join our “kick ass” team. Our software team operates from 17 countries and we’re always looking for more exceptional engineers.

Sticker Mule

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📖 Articles, Opinion & Tutorials

A Definitive Guide To Streams

Building a Real-Time Webapp with Node and Socket.io — Want to create an app that does real-time data synchronization across multiple machines without introducing a third-party service like Pusher or Firebase? This is the first in a three part series but cuts to the heart of the matter.

Norbert Kovacs and Ferenc Hámori

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A Definitive Guide To Streams

Kotlin-First Android Chat SDK with New UI Components — Stream’s open-source SDK can cover all your messaging needs (including channels, threads, reactions, and more). Try our Android tutorial to see why we power feeds and chat for over a billion users.



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