TLWI Dev #105
Greetings, friends! I hope this newsletter finds you well and filled with excitement for the coming holiday season. This week's edition is jam-packed with some seriously cool stuff, so let's dive right in, shall we?
First up, we have an incredible recap of the recent Modern Frontends Conference, brought to you by the one and only yours truly. If you missed out on this event, fear not - I've got you covered with all the highlights, insights, and key takeaways you need to know. From new technologies and emerging trends to inspiring talks and engaging communities, there was so much to experience, and I can't wait to share it all with you.
Speaking of cool new projects, have you heard about the experimental Nintendo Switch emulator written in C#? That's right, if you're looking to relive your favorite Switch games on your computer, this might just be the solution you've been seeking. While still in the early stages of development, this promising emulator offers a glimpse into the possibilities of console emulation and the future of gaming.
Next up, we have an exciting opportunity for all you microbloggers out there. Introducing your self-hosted, globally interconnected microblogging community! That's right, with this innovative platform, you can create your very own microblog and connect with fellow bloggers from around the world. Whether you're looking to share your thoughts, expand your network, or simply have some fun, this microblogging community is the place to be.
Are you a dev in need of some fresh tips and tricks to accelerate your workflow? Look no further than Awesome Dev Tool Tips! This curated repository of dev tools and resources is just what you need to stay up-to-date on the latest advancements in web development. From debugging tools and automation scripts to code editors and design frameworks, there's something for everyone in this awesome collection.
Last but not least, the holiday season is upon us, and that means it's time to start thinking about gift-giving. And who better to get holiday present ideas from than your fellow geeks? So, here's the question of the week: what are your geek Christmas present ideas? Whether you're looking for the latest tech gadgets, DIY kits, or something truly unique, we want to hear from you! Share your ideas and inspire your fellow geeks to give the gift of geek this holiday season.
That's all for this week, folks. I hope you enjoy this edition of the newsletter, and as always, feel free to drop us a line with any feedback or suggestions. Until next time, keep exploring, keep learning, and keep creating!
Our Repo Picks
- timhutton/twitter-archive-parser (Python): Python code to parse a Twitter archive and output in various ways
- jaywcjlove/reference (CSS): 为开发人员分享快速参考备忘清单(速查表)
- mli/autocut (Python): 用文本编辑器剪视频
- palera1n/palera1n (Shell): iOS 15.0-15.7.1 (semi-)tethered checkm8 "jailbreak"
- hsutter/cppfront (C++): A personal experimental C++ Syntax 2 -> Syntax 1 compiler
- type-challenges/type-challenges (TypeScript): Collection of TypeScript type challenges with online judge
- mastodon/mastodon (Ruby): Your self-hosted, globally interconnected microblogging community
- Ryujinx/Ryujinx (C#): Experimental Nintendo Switch Emulator written in C#
- trustwallet/assets (Go): A comprehensive, up-to-date collection of information about several thousands (!) of crypto tokens.
- superseriousbusiness/gotosocial (Go): Fast, fun, ActivityPub server, powered by Go.
- nvm-sh/nvm (Shell): Node Version Manager - POSIX-compliant bash script to manage multiple active node.js versions
- mastodon/mastodon-ios (Swift): Official iOS app for Mastodon
- rqlite/rqlite (Go): The lightweight, distributed relational database built on SQLite
- Anuken/Mindustry (Java): The automation tower defense RTS
- hyprwm/Hyprland (C++): Hyprland is a dynamic tiling Wayland compositor that doesn't sacrifice on its looks.
- solidjs/solid-start (TypeScript): SolidStart, the Solid app framework
- hpcaitech/ColossalAI (Python): Colossal-AI: A Unified Deep Learning System for Big Model Era
- redpanda-data/redpanda (C++): Redpanda is a streaming data platform for developers. Kafka API compatible. 10x faster. No ZooKeeper. No JVM!
- projectdiscovery/katana (Go): A next-generation crawling and spidering framework.
- go-sonic/sonic (Go): Sonic is a blogging platform developed by Go. Simple and powerful
- gothinkster/realworld (Shell): "The mother of all demo apps" — Exemplary fullstack Medium.com clone powered by React, Angular, Node, Django, and many more 🏅
- angular/angular-cli (TypeScript): CLI tool for Angular
Our Article Picks
- Tapajyoti Bose: Git Cheat Sheet with 40+ commands & concepts
- Dennis Persson: Extensive List of Best Development Resources - 121 Links to Guides, Cheat Sheets and More List of Resources
- Andrew Lee: Stand out in a React interview by rendering a list like a pro
- Hafiz Muhammad Bilal: React - Best Practices
- Julia 👩🏻💻: Tools I Am Using On A Daily Basis
- Suraj Vishwakarma: Awesome Productivity Tools for Developers
- Johongir: 100+ Most Useful Github Repositories Every Programmer Needs
- Lucy Linder: dev.to is for webdevs and beginners - I have data to prove it
- Jessica Wilkins: 7 common mistakes new contributors make in Open Source Software
- Nevo David: Building a real-time bidding system with Socket.io and React Native 🤩
- Tia Eastwood: How to use the Forem API to display your DEV.to blog posts on your website (easy!)
- Ben Halpern: Meme Monday 🐝
- Nicklas Gellner: From PHP to JS ecommerce: Migrate from Magento and stay open source 🤩
- Necati Özmen: 10 tips to reach 5400+ ⭐️ stars on a GitHub with an open source project
- Stanislav Ilin: Filtering application logs
- Jo Franchetti: My experience of Modern Frontends Conference
- Collins Mbathi: Reactjs Protected Route
- TailGrids: 500+ Tailwind UI Components, Templates, and UI Kit (Free and Premium)
- Shai Almog: My New MacBook Air Beats M1 Max
- Renato Losio: How to Cook a Thanksgiving Turkey According to Amazon Rekognition
- codeyStein: Five FREE apis you NEED for your next project!
- Abbey Perini: #gitPanic - Interactive Rebase
- jmau111⭐: How to inspect a Linux machine
- Nick Taylor: App to grab your Revue newsletters
- Mike Levan: Kubernetes, EKS, and AWS ECS - Is It All The Same Thing?
- Kumar Kalyan: Learn to build a weather app in just 5 mins
- Erin Bensinger: Follow Friday: NodeJS Edition (18 November 2022)
- Nicolas Frankel: Spring Modulith: have we reached modularity maturity?
- ByteHide: .NET Conf 2022 in a Nutshell🥜 (Key Highlights to Know)
- Kirk Shillingford: Scripting with VSCode Tasks and Typescript
- Michael Tharrington (he/him): What was your win this week?
- Brian Bethencourt: The 7 Most Popular DEV Posts from the Past Week
- Stephan Reynolds ✪: 8 Top MacBook Apps for College Students
- Vincent Will: Weekly web development resources #124
- Silvestar Bistrović: Find out the quality of your CSS code
- Bobur Umurzokov: Top 10 services Apache APISIX use-cases
- IsmailKamil: How to Mock an API in ONE minute
- Julia Seidman: How Did You Build That? Tell A Great Technical Story
- Alicia Sykes: Awesome Dev Tool Tips 🔥
- Erman Küplü: How to set up Google Tag Manager on Shopify (+data layers)
- Robin Kretzschmar: What are your geek christmas present ideas?
- dev.to staff: Welcome Thread - v200
- Julia Seidman: I Want to Help You Write!
- Sm0ke: Django & Docker - SQLite, MySql, and PostgreSQL samples
- Lucia Cerchie: Three Things I've Learned About Writing Abstracts
- Nadia Makarevich: Fetching data in React: the case of lost Promises
- Maxi Contieri: Code Smell 179 - Known Bugs
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