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TWiW|7.10.18 #41

This week Create React App v2 arrives, #Hacktoberfest is upon us, we look at writing accessible JavaScript and more!


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Create React App v2 in the wild

Create React App v2 in the wild

By Joe Haddad and Dan Abramov
With over a year's worth of improvements bundled into a single major release, the world's favourite zero configuration, React boilerplate app brings updated support for the latest version of Babel, Webpack, Jest, PostCSS and more.

Hacktoberfest 5

By Digital Ocean
Hacktoberfest is a month-long celebration of open source software where you give back to the open source community, it's also an opportunity to earn a limited edition t-shirt!
How to write accessible JavaScript

How to write accessible JavaScript

By Ben Robertson
Reverse engineering accessibility is not easy, but we can lean on native elements and best practices to ensure the JS you write is accessible from the start. Ben Robertson takes us through his must-haves.
Syntax - Top 18 new things in JS - Part 1

Top 18 new things in JS - Part 1

In this episode Wes and Scott discuss their favourite top 18 new things in JavaScript.
The Changelog - #Hacktoberfest isn't just about a free shirt

#Hacktoberfest isn't just about a free shirt

The Changelog
For many it's an on-ramp to open source, PRs galore for maintainers, and t-shirts for those who submit 5 or more pull requests. In the end, however, it's about the awareness of open source and its significance to the greater good as we know it.


3:26 PM · Oct 1, 2018
Custom <select> dropdowns are pretty and all but if they’re not properly accessible then you should probably not be showing them off. Also, nothing beats the usability of a native <select> UI on mobile, no matter how pretty.
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