Martin Schneider

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  1. Robust Client-Side JavaScript – A Developer’s Guide · molily

    The JavaScript programming language is an essential tool of web developers today. Websites ship more and more JavaScript to the browser to be more interactive. The more complex client-side JavaScript gets, the more error-prone and fragile the user experience might get. Why do we need to talk about robust JavaScript and how do we achieve it?

  2. Writing Tests for React Applications Using Jest and Enzyme | CSS-Tricks

    While it is important to have a well-tested API, solid test coverage is a must for any React application. Tests increase confidence in the code and helps prevent shipping bugs to users. That’s why we’re going to focus on testing in this post, specifically for React applications. By the end, you’ll be up and running with tests using Jest and Enzyme.

  3. Essential Vanilla JavaScript Functions

    <blockquote>Some of the missing functions in JavaScript in vanilla form (inspired by PHP). You can just try it as a programming practice.</blockquote> Und vielleicht kann man sich so das ein oder andere Mal underscore.js sparen.

  4. You Might Not Need jQuery

    In vielen Fällen kommt man auch ohne JS-Framework aus. Allerlei nativen Ersatz gibt es nämlich inzwischen.

  5. ally.js

    <blockquote>ally.js is a JavaScript library simplifying certain accessibility features, functions and behaviors.</blockquote>