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You Don't Know Undo/Redo
You Don't Know Undo/Redo
Look at the gif below. It shows a proof-of-concept implementation of collaborative undo-redo,...
·dev.to·
You Don't Know Undo/Redo
The Silent Crisis in Open Source: When Maintainers Walk Away
The Silent Crisis in Open Source: When Maintainers Walk Away
Maintainer transitions can create a lot of challenges. That's why open source support through proactive measures like knowledge transfer and community engagement is so important.
·dev.to·
The Silent Crisis in Open Source: When Maintainers Walk Away
New JavaScript Set methods | MDN Blog
New JavaScript Set methods | MDN Blog
New JavaScript Set methods are landing across browsers. Learn about sets, how you can use these methods to compare different sets, create new sets with specific properties, and more.
·developer.mozilla.org·
New JavaScript Set methods | MDN Blog
bliki: Value Object
bliki: Value Object
Value objects are compared using only the values of their properties, having no conceptual identity
·martinfowler.com·
bliki: Value Object
Primitive Obsession
Primitive Obsession
Discover Primitive Obsession in code: recognize symptoms, understand implications, and learn effective fixes with value objects.
·acairns.co.uk·
Primitive Obsession
How to Annul Promises in JavaScript
How to Annul Promises in JavaScript
Creating Cancelable Tasks in JavaScript with Promise.withResolvers and AbortController
·webdeveloper.beehiiv.com·
How to Annul Promises in JavaScript
What is fault tolerance, and how to build fault-tolerant systems
What is fault tolerance, and how to build fault-tolerant systems
Fault tolerance describes a system's ability to remain operational during errors, power outages, and other types of faults. How can you build a system that does that?
·cockroachlabs.com·
What is fault tolerance, and how to build fault-tolerant systems
ACID Databases – Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation & Durability Explained
ACID Databases – Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation & Durability Explained
ACID stands for Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation and Durability. These are four key properties that most database management systems (DBMS) offer as guarantees when handling transactions. Most popular DBMS like MySQL [https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/8.0/en/mysql-acid.html], PostgresSQL [https://www.postgresql.org/about/] and Oracle [https://docs.oracle.com/cd/F51125_01/docs.85/SDS%20PI/acid-compliant-transactions.html#GUID-ECB79D66-46DE-4F48-93DC-8677E7BB44EF] have ACID guarantees out of the
·freecodecamp.org·
ACID Databases – Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation & Durability Explained
Testing my website for visual regressions with Playwright snapshot tests
Testing my website for visual regressions with Playwright snapshot tests
Making changes to websites is tricky, because even small changes may lead to visual regressions in the page layout. For example, changing a bit of CSS to fix something somewhere may blow up in a completely different place. I could just click around and make sure everything looks okay, but that is boring and error-prone. What if I told you that there is a way to make sure that every pixel on your site is perfect, staying just they way you intended it to be?
·aarol.dev·
Testing my website for visual regressions with Playwright snapshot tests
The Log: What every software engineer should know about real-time data's unifying abstraction
The Log: What every software engineer should know about real-time data's unifying abstraction
I joined LinkedIn about six years ago at a particularly interesting time. We were just beginning to run up against the limits of our monolithic, centralized database and needed to start the transition to a portfolio of specialized distributed systems. This has been an interesting experience: we buil
·engineering.linkedin.com·
The Log: What every software engineer should know about real-time data's unifying abstraction
TDD: Writing Testable Code
TDD: Writing Testable Code
Writing testable code is a vital skill in software engineering. Let’s explore practical advice, strategies, and tactics for writing more testable code, unlocking the benefits of modularity…
·medium.com·
TDD: Writing Testable Code
Driving architectural decisions with a simple decentralized framework
Driving architectural decisions with a simple decentralized framework
This week’s issue gives you a decentralized framework for driving architectural decisions using simple practices, supporting a high-documentation / low-meeting culture. So, let’s dive in. Postman's VS Code Extension (Sponsored) Postbot is now available across Postman with enhanced capabilities! The latest refresh of Postbot now offers a consistent, conversational interface available to you across your workspace. Learn how you can leverage Postbot throughout Postman to get contextual assistance.
·newsletter.techworld-with-milan.com·
Driving architectural decisions with a simple decentralized framework
5 principles from Amazon’s culture to be a better engineer
5 principles from Amazon’s culture to be a better engineer
Unlock the secrets of engineering excellence with insights from Amazon's culture. Learn how to navigate company politics, foster a culture of excellence, and make fast, informed decisions.
·strategizeyourcareer.com·
5 principles from Amazon’s culture to be a better engineer
Introducing Garnet – an open-source, next-generation, faster cache-store for accelerating applications and services - Microsoft Research
Introducing Garnet – an open-source, next-generation, faster cache-store for accelerating applications and services - Microsoft Research
Garnet is a cache-store system that addresses growing demand for data storage to support interactive web applications and services. Offering several advantages over legacy cache-stores, Garnet is now available as an open-source download.
·microsoft.com·
Introducing Garnet – an open-source, next-generation, faster cache-store for accelerating applications and services - Microsoft Research
An introduction to decision tree theory
An introduction to decision tree theory
Decision tree series At Precision Analytics, we focus on finding the best tools to address the scientific question in front of us and machine learning is one useful option. Decision trees are a good place to start learning about machine learning because they offer an intuitive means of analyzing and predicting data. We wanted to showcase an application of decision trees in heath and related sciences, though the content will be equally relevant to other disciplines.
·precision-analytics.ca·
An introduction to decision tree theory
Why you should probably be using SQLite
Why you should probably be using SQLite
Where you store your application data has enormous impacts on your entire application. There are implications on the entire stack based on what you decide to...
·epicweb.dev·
Why you should probably be using SQLite