Wochenbericht 2022.10

  1. JetBrains’ Statement on Ukraine
  2. No, “Open Source” does not mean “Includes Free Support”
  3. Apple, Google, Microsoft, Mozilla united for web developers
  4. The problem with tutorials
  5. Web3: Im vollen Galopp vor die Wand – ein Kommentar

Zu lachen gibt’s auch diese Woche nichts.


Wochenbericht 2022.09

  1. Huppsie. Gorillas, the largest supermarket delivery service in Germany has leakes all its customers data through a GraphQL end-point
  2. A new year, a new MDN
  3. Open Source Alternatives to Popular SaaS Companies
  4. Announcing TypeScript 4.6
  5. Solid.js feels like what I always wanted React to be
  6. 5 things you don’t need Javascript for

Wochenbericht 2021.30

  1. Content-aware image resizing in JavaScript (using Seam Carving algorithm)
  2. For developers, Apple’s Safari is crap and outdated
  3. Building a breadcrumbs component
  4. Audioedtior Audacity: “Das mit der Datensammlerei, das war gar nicht so gemeint”
  5. The “with” keyword

Was zum Lachen: Fill in the gaps


Wochenbericht 2020.46

  1. Bootstrap 5 Alpha 3 – third alpha release has landed with tons of updates to our components, utilities, docs, forms, JavaScript, and more. This is a larger alpha release for us and sets us up for our first beta where we’ll introduce some final breaking changes and features
  2. Vite and VitePress by Evan You
  3. “Why is my JavaScript slow?” It’s not the framework, it’s probably your code.
  4. [faker.js] No more free work from Marak – Pay Me or Fork This
  5. Conditionally call a function with optional chaining

Was zum Lachen: Effort Splitting


Wochenbericht 2020.33

  1. British Airways: Die Navidaten der Boeing 747 kommen von der Diskette – Golem.de
  2. Bootstrap Icons Alpha 5
  3. 🔥 Using Vue 3 Router with the Composition API
  4. Tabler Icons
  5. Microsoft launches site dedicated to their Open Source projects, programs, and tools

Was zum Lachen: Regex Explained