Change log includes:
Minimum node version was raised to 12.4, could be lowered in next releases.
How to bridge the gap
We have shared earlier some of the most agonizing pains of doing frontend development in 2018. Today let us see how far our code is from the current standards and see how we can overcome them.
If you haven’t install hq yet — do it now:
npm i -g @hqjs/hq
A modern web browsers can do a lot. It works with ES6, supports ES modules, offers convenient tools to develop and debug your apps. But is it enough and do we use all these tools efficiently? Let’s find out!
Let’s point out some of the key differences between the code we write and the code that we download to our…
The modern web is a complex dynamic system that is continuously moving and changing. We’ve read times and times before how difficult it is to follow all the changes since every day new instruments and frameworks are invented. These inventions get dated before ever becoming part of the common practice. All this is nothing but the obvious result of a dashing growth and development, that inevitably heightens the barrier to entry for developers-to-be.
It gets freakishly insane, when to create a simple data entry form, you must first configure the babel, then the webpack, and then also deal with the settings specific to the chosen framework… Already, these are too many new terms for the newbie, who were assigned this simple-looking task on your team. Ofcourse, most likely the project will already be set up and configured, and the beginner will certainly not be left to the mercy of fate, as you briefly explain what is what. Let’s admit though, that it has become too difficult to keep up with. …