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The State of JavaScript on the Web by the HTTP Archive

The HTTP Archive has released an annual ‘state of the Web’ report focused on data collected from six million sites. There are numerous findings here, including how much JavaScript the Web uses, how long it takes browsers to parse that JavaScript, and what frameworks and libraries are most popularly used. - http://amp.gs/iC8k

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JavaScript | 2019 | The Web Almanac by HTTP Archive

JavaScript chapter of the 2019 Web Almanac covering how much JavaScript we use on the web, compression, libraries and frameworks, loading, and source maps.
| almanac.httparchive.org

Node Now Has 'Enabled-By-Default' Support for ES Modules

Node.js 13.2.0 came out late last week with both an upgrade to V8 and unflagged support for using ES modules. There are some rules to using them, and you might find this V8 blog entry on JavaScript modules worth revisiting to get a feel for what’s involved. or maybe even Lin Clark's illustrated deep dive. - http://amp.gs/iBcm

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Announcing core Node.js support for ECMAScript modules

This article was contributed by the Node.js Module Team.
| Medium

The Differences Between the Same App Created in React and Svelte

Several issues ago we linked to Sunil’s article comparing the same app written in React and Vue and now he’s back with a side by side comparison of some of the differences between an app built in React and Svelte, an increasingly popular build-time framework. - http://amp.gs/iB4R

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I created the exact same app in React and Svelte. Here are the differences.

React vs Svelte. Finally, a side-by-side code comparison! Because you’ve heard the fuss about Svelte, and now you want to know what the…
| Medium

Results of the 2019 Front-End Tooling Survey

Over 3,000 developers took part in this front-end tooling survey, answering a wide range of questions on things such as tooling and methodologies. React and Vue leapt up in popularity since last year with jQuery and Lodash dropping. Webpack dominates in the bundler space, Jest dominates the testing space, and most of us are using ESLint. - http://amp.gs/ilbA

#frontend #survey

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The Front-End Tooling Survey 2019 - Results

The results of the 2019 Front-End Tooling Survey are out! Check out the results and analysis of the responses here.
| ashleynolan.co.uk