JavaScript Weekly Issue 368: January 12, 2018

..rather than relying on automatic semicolon insertion, as future language developments may affect the situations where ASI works. Brendan Eich signalled his dissent, causing some debate – with many thinking TC39 could recommend the use of a linter instead. Ecma Continue reading JavaScript Weekly Issue 368: January 12, 2018

JavaScript Weekly Issue 364: December 8, 2017

In this introductory article, Parcel’s creator explains how it solves key problems with existing bundlers like Browserify and Webpack: performance and complex configs. Devon Govett A perennial topic, but Dr. Axel has an interesting take on it that might clarify Continue reading JavaScript Weekly Issue 364: December 8, 2017

JavaScript Weekly Issue 363: December 1, 2017

A low-level look at what V8’s Turbofan optimizing compiler does behind the scenes to get your code running faster. Benedikt Meurer From environments, response times, context, parsing, compiling and executing, to bundle sizes and shipping less code. Ivan Čurić Upgrade Continue reading JavaScript Weekly Issue 363: December 1, 2017

FCC Rollback of Open-Internet Rules Won’t Settle Divisive Issue

(Bloomberg) —Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai will take a big step toward his goal of voiding Obama-era net neutrality regulations Tuesday when he submits his plan to the rest of the commission for a vote. But the expected adoption of Continue reading FCC Rollback of Open-Internet Rules Won’t Settle Divisive Issue

FCC Rollback of Open-Internet Rules Won’t Settle Divisive Issue

(Bloomberg) —Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai will take a big step toward his goal of voiding Obama-era net neutrality regulations Tuesday when he submits his plan to the rest of the commission for a vote. But the expected adoption of Continue reading FCC Rollback of Open-Internet Rules Won’t Settle Divisive Issue