Auto-indentation, bracket matching, highlighting and syntaxes are of no use to visually impaired people. Yet thankfully, there are some (upcoming) alternatives that reduce the pain of their struggle.
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Looking to the enthusiasm for React's new feature Hooks, that rids our JS codebase of classes, it will seemingly also appeal many new users in 2019. React + D3v4 author Swizec Teller elaborates on the value of the feature, joining our live interview channel within the React Brasil Slack community.
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You have unrelated components in an Ionic application that need to use the same data from an API? Solve it by a shared service using the BehaviorSubject.