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TWiW|25.11.18 #48

This week we take a look at using your mind to control your computer, five years of PostCSS and web workers!

 

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Experimenting with brain-computer interfaces in JavaScript
JavaScript

Experimenting with brain-computer interfaces in JavaScript

By Charlie Gerard
Charlie Gerard discusses her experiments with brain sensors and JavaScript, from early prototypes like a mind-controlled keyboard to flying a drone, to the limitations and social acceptance.
Five years of PostCSS: State of the Union
JavaScript

Five years of PostCSS: State of the union

By Andrey Sitnik
Andrey Sitnik reflects on the present and future of PostCSS, a popular CSS transformation tool, in a 'state of the union' style address on its 5th anniversary.
Web workers vs Service workers vs Worklets
JavaScript

Web workers vs Service workers vs Worklets

By Ire Aderinokun
Ire Aderinokun discusses the above 'JavaScript Workers', how to use them, their similarities and how they have very little overlap in what they are used for.
@dan_abramov on Twitter
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@dan_abramov on Twitter

By 5:47 PM · Nov 22, 2018
How to know if a test sucks? You changed something that wouldn't be observable to the user of your app/library, but the test broke and you had to fix the test.
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