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Today Facebook is open sourcing Hermes, a small and lightweight JavaScript engine optimized for running React Native on Android

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Today Facebook is open sourcing Hermes, a small and lightweight JavaScript engine optimized for running React Native on Android r/reactjs   u/swyx   github.com  
Framer Motion, the successor to Pose by Popmotion, is now open source! r/reactjs   u/InventingWithMonster   framer.com  
Next.js 9 released r/reactjs   u/timne  

We are proud today to introduce the production-ready Next.js 9, featuring:

Built-in Zero-Config TypeScript Support

Build your application with increased confidence, thanks to automatic TypeScript support and integrated type-checking.

Find Public APIs for your Frontend Applications r/Frontend   u/mddanishyusuf  
Someone posted a video showing off their pseudo desktop UI on r/webdev and I tried to make my version of it as a self challenge. r/javascript   u/_-__-_-__-__-   gfycat.com  
[Showoff Saturday] I made an anime player that fetches videos from legal streaming sites and has nice animations r/webdev   u/daddatv  
Job ads in the console. Yay or nay? r/webdev   u/benbowler  
GoDaddy sent us a bogus malware report, threatens us with suspending our domain and tries to up-sell us their "security" package. r/webdev   u/OJezu  
How Firefox 68 tackles web compatibility issues by spoofing UA or injecting CSS/JS into sites r/webdev   u/kickass_turing  

Hi all,

Firefox 68 has a new page called about:compat. Chrome has a majority of market share.

Today I learned about flexbox!It makes everything so easy!Next tomorrow i will learn animating and transitioning and grid! r/css   u/bencxiktheyounggod  
Someone posted a video showing off their pseudo desktop UI last week and I tried to make my version of it as a self challenge. r/webdev   u/_-__-_-__-__-  
A message to the beginners out there who are seeking help. r/reactjs   u/wronglyzorro  

I think it's awesome you are learning react. Teaching yourself to code or learning a new technology is not easy to do. I think it's great that you are seeking help on your journey.


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