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React v16.8: The One With Hooks – React Blog

React v16.8: The One With Hooks – React Blog r/javascript   u/vinnl  
Firefox 66 to block automatically playing audible video and audio – Mozilla Hacks r/webdev   u/leadfoot19  
How to create a beating heart with pure CSS for your valentine r/css   u/bogdanelcs  
"Why do I need a 4Ghz quadcore to run facebook?" This is why. A single word split up into 11 HTML DOM elements to avoid adblockers. r/webdev   u/whereistimbo  
I built my own css curriculum to master it r/Frontend   u/puxetalah12  
CSS Grid: Hogwarts Train Ticket r/css   u/speckz  
The AdTech Industry is Ruining Web Push Notifications for PWAs r/javascript   u/vlucas  
Browse the history of any file from GitHub with style, written in React and it's super cool! r/reactjs   u/yershalom  
Visual Studio Code January 2019 r/javascript   u/dwaxe  
Firebase + React HOOKS Authentication πŸ”₯ r/reactjs   u/mehulmpt  
Links that don’t go anywhere should be buttons r/webdev   u/speckz  
Just finished making a Series on Typescript, GraphQL, and Next.js r/reactjs   u/benawad  
Fonts Degooglifier - A script to de-googlify CSS files, downloading relevant fonts in the process. Because privacy matters and self-hosting is a thing. r/css   u/speckz  
Meet the chameleon menu r/Frontend   u/ntocampos  
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