It’s a new day, it’s a new week, it’s a new life, and all that… ✨ But you know what else is new, and shiny — your Hashnode profile.
We are sure you will like it. Let us know your thoughts, we’re but a reply button far away. 😃
Before you can dive into the amazing discussions, and resources that have happened on Hashnode, last week, here’s an eagle eye view of some news from last week:
Una Kravets hosted an AMA last week, and filled the sessions with her CSS thoughts, developer thoughts, and pro-life advice. We have got it all summarised on our blog.
React v15.4.0 is now out. A concise change-log — React and React DOM are now completely decoupled. React Components can now be profiled in the Chrome Timeline. Test renderers can receive mock refs to React components.
MDN now has a new set of HTTP docs,
covering caching, cookies, CORS, HTTP headers, and more.
React Amsterdam is happening in April next year, and the call for speakers is up. If you're interested in giving a React / React Native talk, do check it out.
Microsoft is making all the right OS moves. 👏 It has announced that it would be joining the Linux Foundation as a high-paying platinum member.