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Hey there, newsletter readers! Are you ready for another week of exciting updates in the world of development? Well, buckle up because we've got some juicy articles to share with you today!

First up, we have Testing Async Generators. If you're working with JavaScript and want to improve your testing skills, this is the perfect article for you! It dives into how to test these types of functions effectively, so you can make sure your code is running smoothly.

Next, we have something super cool: "The mother of all demo apps" — Exemplary fullstack clone powered by React, Angular, Node, Django, and many more. [] Yes, you read that right! This demo app is a fully functional clone of that is built using a variety of different technologies. If you're looking for inspiration for your next project, this is definitely worth checking out.

If you're a fan of Typescript and want to step up your game, we have a great article just for you! How I improve my skills in Typescript #2 : Mapped Type dives into how to use mapped types to improve your code quality and make your development process more efficient.

Now, let's talk about something really interesting: The instant on-demand atomic CSS engine. If you're not familiar with atomic CSS, it's a way to write CSS using pre-defined, single-purpose classes. This article explores a new tool that can help you generate atomic CSS on the fly, which could save you a ton of time!

Last but not least, we have an article all about how to make an Input mandatory in Angular. Various ways to make an Input mandatory in Angular dives into several different techniques you can use to make sure users aren't leaving any required fields blank. If you're working with Angular, this is definitely worth checking out.

That's it for this week's newsletter, folks! We hope you enjoy diving into these articles and learning something new. Until next time!👋


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