FEX 技术周刊 - 2018/12/17
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A Modern Terminal-Based Development Environment
In this article I’ll go over some tools that I find useful in my own terminal based environment. As such, this article will focus on Macs, although most of the tools discussed here are also available on Linux.
19 ways to become a better Node.js developer in 2019
Flutter will change everything
I share my thoughts on why Flutter is already a superior technology for front-end development, and will be even more so in the future. Just to be clear: The opinions in this article are entirely my own and not endorsed by Google. More in detail, we’re going to look at: The last 10 years of iPhone history and the Apple ecosystem; What makes Flutter more productive; A direct Flutter-iOS comparison by example. 另附：Flutter will change everything: a follow up.
Is there a cold war between Android and Chrome because of PWAs?
Chrome wants PWAs, but it seems it’s fighting against a wall when trying to integrate them with the Android ecosystem. New APIs and features are great! but if we can’t improve the distribution channel, it’s not a so worthwhile effort. 另附：Flutter will change everything: a follow up.
2018 百度·智能小程序学院首场线下公开课在北京举行，百度官方数据显示，自今年 7 月份百度 AI 开发者大会以来，百度智能小程序月活已经过了 1.5 亿，值得一提的是，智能小程序已经在 GitHub 上开源，百度也即将成立开源联盟，促进小程序生态的发展和建设。
How Does setState Know What to Do?
When you call setState in a component, what do you think happens?
Modernizing the Web Playback UI
Since 2013, the user experience of playing videos on the Netflix website has changed very little. During this period, teams at Netflix have rolled out amazing video playback features, but the visual design and user controls of the playback UI have remained the same.Over the past two years, the Web UI team has had a long running goal to modernize the user experience of playback for our members. 另附：Implementing the Netflix Media Database.
Better Reusable React Components with the Overrides Pattern
The solution we came up with is called the “Overrides” pattern. It’s still very much evolving, but we’ve been impressed with the products developers are building with it so far. We wanted to share it with the broader community in hopes that it either inspires other component library authors or at least raises awareness about the current shortcomings in component reusability. Read on to see how it works.
Redefining the Technical Possibilities of CSS
In this talk, Rachel will look at the things coming into browsers right now which change the way we see web design. CSS subgrids allowing nested grids to use the track definition of their parent; logical properties and values moving the web away from the physical dimensions of a computer screen; screen experiences which behave more like an app, or even paged media, due to scroll snapping and multidimensional control. By understanding the new medium of web design we can start to imagine the future, and even help to shape it.
An Introduction and Guide to the CSS Object Model (CSSOM)
In this guide, I’m going to go through many of the most important features of the CSSOM, starting with stuff that’s more commonly known, then moving on to some more obscure, but practical, features. 另附：Managing Flow and Rhythm with CSS Custom Properties.
Introducing Background Fetch
So, what if you need to download something that might take a long time, like a movie, podcasts, or levels of a game. That’s what Background Fetch is for. Background Fetch is a web standard implemented behind the Experimental Web Platform features flag in Chrome 71. 另附：Public and private class fields, Quicklink - Faster subsequent page-loads by prefetching in-viewport links during idle time.
Performance Anti-Patterns: Base64 Encoding
But why is this an anti-pattern? We’re reducing requests, right? As always, there is a price to pay for inlining content into your HTML or CSS. Base64-encoded files are generally 20-30% larger than if the file were simply downloaded – which, depending on the file size, may alone make the cost too high in the delay to load the page. Secondly, once a file is Base64-encoded and embedded into HTML or CSS they become render blocking -since they must be downloaded before the CSS can be rendered and displayed.
Cache API 101
The cache API allows us to store these requests and responses locally in the browser. The cache API was created as part of the service worker specification to “allow authors to fully manage their content caches for offline use”. In my tutorial, Going Offline First, I demonstrated how I used the cache API to convert this blog to an offline-first strategy, enabling readers to save articles for offline. If you want to see a real-world use case of cache, I would suggest you watch that. In this article, I want to go over the cache API terminology and how to use the API methods.
Our learnings from adopting GraphQL A Marketing Tech Campaign
In an earlier blog post, we provided a high-level overview of some of the applications in the Marketing Technology team that we build to enable scale and intelligence in driving our global advertising, which reaches users on sites like The New York Times, Youtube, and thousands of others. In this post, we’ll share our journey in updating our front-end architecture and our learnings in introducing GraphQL into the Marketing Tech system. 另附：Graphcool - GraphQL Backend Development Framework、GraphQL Summit 2018 - Opening Keynote
Open-sourcing PyText for faster NLP development
To make it easier to build and deploy natural language processing (NLP) systems, we are open-sourcing PyText, a modeling framework that blurs the boundaries between experimentation and large-scale deployment. PyText is a library built on PyTorch, our unified, open source deep learning framework.
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Enterprise Open Source
This time last month I was at NodeConfEU and was gutted that I had to leave early. But thankfully, all the sessions are available online for my (and your) viewing pleasure. I was looking back over them last week and came across this great discussion on Enterprises, Node.js and open source: the good, the bad and the ugly with Ahmad Nassri (Telus), Paul Savage (NearForm) and Gordon Suttie (EY). 另附：Kafka 团队修改 KSQL 开源许可，怒怼云厂商.
Manifesto for Minimalist Software Engineers
Pareto’s law states that 80% of the results come from 20% of features (effort) of your application. Bear this in mind when planning the next scrum/delivery. The best engineers are those who can estimate the effort of new requirements and they are the only with enough information to refuse the 80% that is not in the optimal next scope.
Firefox 64 Released
Multiple tab selection, CSS Scrollbars, WebVR 1.1 in macOS…
They Scaled YouTube — Now They’ll Shard Everyone with PlanetScale
Vitess is a relational data storage system (that horizontally scales MySQL) that helped YouTube overcome a lot of scaling issues and its creators have now launched PlanetScale, a company aiming to “turbocharge MySQL in the cloud” with Vitess.
Empowering you to use machine learning to get valuable insights from data. Implement basic ML algorithms and deep neural networks with PyTorch. Run everything on the browser without any set up using Google Colab. Learn object-oriented ML to code for products, not just tutorials.
Announcing GitLab Serverless
The true value of serverless is best realized via a single-application DevOps experience – that’s why we’re launching GitLab Serverless. GitLab 11.6 users will get access to a new, alpha ‘serverless’ offering that will let you build and manage serverless workloads from within the GitLab UI.
A blazingly fast, crazy small, fully responsive, mobile-friendly, dependency free, native scrolling list with paging controls!
Ember 3.6 Released
The Ember project is releasing version 3.6 of Ember.js, Ember Data, and Ember CLI. Highlights include public API support for ES6 classes and two new RouterService methods.
billboard.js 1.7.0 release!!
Shapy is a gradient shape editor that helps you discover and explore the power of CSS gradients.
JSON Generator was created in order to help with this. It provides an opportunity generate any data and in any quantity. Edit template, click “Generate” and you’re done.
Pika - earch modern module esm packages on npm
Red Hat contributes etcd, the cornerstone of Kubernetes, to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation
Red Hat is thrilled to announce our contribution of etcd, an open source project that is a key component of Kubernetes, and its acceptance into the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), a vendor-neutral foundation housed under The Linux Foundation to drive the adoption of cloud native systems. 另附：The History of etcd
There’s a React-themed advent calendar that’s currently live and presenting a bite-sized slice of React wisdom each day.
Winter Bash 2018
Starting now (December 12, 2018) and going through to January 1, 2019 we are officially in Winter Bash season! The way to earn these special hats is by completing challenges on participating sites.
百度 - 聚焦内容的设计语言
Designing for Interaction Modes
The best experiences result from designers matching the way the computer behaves with the way our users are thinking, feeling, and interacting. This is what user experience design is all about. And yet, because of pressures, competing priorities, and industry trends, interaction modes are often an afterthought.
Great Interfaces Are Made Of Good Typography
Digital interfaces make a huge impact in our lives. We frequently use websites or digital applications to accomplish certain goals. Indeed, when interacting with an interface, we are surrounded by typography and our experience is driven by the words and messages we read and understand. In one of his articles, Oliver Reichenstein confirms the importance of typography in all websites with the following statement: “Web Design is 95% Typography.” The purpose of this article is to help designers and developers to understand how to work with typefaces, in order to create great interfaces.
Why Yin Yang is the most meaningful design in the world
A design should tell a story so that users can easily connect to what it represents. People today easily overlook the true meaning of a logo. I firmly believe that there is no better way to represent harmony, a balance between good and bad than Yin-Yang. 另附：日本的设计水平为什么那么高、Demystifying UX Research and the Science of Design、Modality Is the One UX Concept That Most Designers Don’t Fully Understand
Instagram Concept: Allowing For More Self-Curated Content
While Instagram began as a way to instantly share snapshots of life, it has matured to be much more than that. With its drastic changes over the years, it has become a far-reaching platform for all: businesses accounts, personal accounts, content creators, content seekers, and many more. Nonetheless, the question is: Is Instagram the best it could be at this moment? Focusing on the Explore Page, I thought of ideas to better the experience for all users.
10 Most Awesome Hi-fi Prototypes of 2018
另附：Our favorite UX initiatives this year、A Collection of 10 Inspiring & Refreshing Banking and FinTech UI/UX Designs、2019 UI and UX Design Trends、What’s the best book on modern UI/UX.
The State of Technology at the End of 2018
This article is a bit of an annual tradition: in mid-December I summarize the state of technology,and appropriately enough, this year’s edition coincides with a tech executive testifying in front of Congress.
How Sketch Took on Adobe by Making a Faster, Leaner, Cheaper Image Editor
Since launching in a private beta in 2008, Sketch has amassed a relatively small but fanatically loyal following. Designed to be as lightweight and responsive as possible, Sketch lacks many of the bells and whistles favored by design industry heavyweight Adobe and its industry-leading product, Illustrator, but has positioned itself as the go-to tool for user interface (UI) designers and other creative professionals working in demanding, highly specialized industries. 另附：Who wins the fight between Figma and Adobe XD?.
JIRA is an antipattern
Simply ceasing to treat JIRA as the primary map and model of project completion undercuts a great deal of its implicit antipatternness. Use it for tracking iterative development and bug fixes, by all means. It’s very good at that. But it is a tool deeply ill-suited to be the map of a project’s overall vision or infrastructure, and it is never the source of truth — the source of truth is always the running code. In software, as in art, the micro work and the macro vision should always be informed by one another. Let JIRA map the micro work; but let good old-fashioned plain language describe the macro vision, and try to pay more attention to it. 另附：Why You Should Never, Ever Use Quora.
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