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This video shows the most popular programming languages on Stack Overflow since September 2008 • Shout out to devs making messaging platforms that understand usability

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This video shows the most popular programming languages on Stack Overflow since September 2008 v.redd.it • r/webdev • u/audiodev share
Shout out to devs making messaging platforms that understand usability r/webdev • u/tinyursa share
Proof-of-concept for gyroscope-controlled canvas (smartphone rotation controls visible canvas part) using THREE, PIXI and React r/reactjs • u/skizzoat share

Okay, so I created this basic prototype for an upcoming art installation. The idea is that a part of the exhibition is only accessible by using smartphones as kind of "flashlights", and since a single device only shines a relatively small "light cone" onto the artwork (screen in the back), visitors will have to collaborate with others to fully show the artwork at a given time.

Edit: Thank you for the gold, stranger!

u/skizzoat
Are you making your website vulnerable or compromising the performance by adding target="_blank"? gosink.in • r/javascript • u/apalshah share

TL;DR: Use rel="noopener noreferrer".

u/mmmex
Spacekit - a JavaScript library for creating interactive 3D space visualizations, whether of the Earth/moon system, solar system, or beyond github.com • r/javascript • u/magenta_placenta share
A lighter V8 v8.dev • r/javascript • u/pimterry share
Understanding client side routing by implementing a router in Vanilla JS willtaylor.blog • r/reactjs • u/willt093 share
Caniuse and MDN compatibility data collaboration hacks.mozilla.org • r/javascript • u/catapop share
Why Dark Gray is Brighter than Gray In CSS medium.com • r/css • u/caspervonb share

Nice read. Like most awful things in web development, this too can be traced back to legacy browser support 🤦‍♂️

u/bjorick

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