Quick Post via Twitter: Interesting future of @gatsbyjs & its potential longevity #qp #OSS #GraphQL How $3.8M in seed #funding started #Gatsby as an open source company (Founders Talk #59) — Changelog Master Feed https://t.co/XmUyk1A6VH https://t.co/V56icEKie9

Interesting future of @gatsbyjs & its potential longevity

#qp
#OSS
#GraphQL
How $3.8M in seed #funding started #Gatsby as an open source company (Founders Talk #59) — Changelog Master Feed https://t.co/XmUyk1A6VH https://t.co/V56icEKie9

Quick Post via Twitter: Interesting @npmjs #survey results versus #stateofjs survey #qp The future of the #web is #npm, but maybe not #JavaScript (JS Party #55) — @Changelog Master Feed https://t.co/Dd812BbTkw https://t.co/hv4GxmwVZV

Interesting @npmjs #survey results versus #stateofjs survey

#qp
The future of the #web is #npm, but maybe not #JavaScript (JS Party #55) — @Changelog Master Feed https://t.co/Dd812BbTkw https://t.co/hv4GxmwVZV

Quick Post via Twitter: Wow #seller protection seems quite troubling. @replyall did an episode about why Amazon reviews have become less trustworthy (https://t.co/ejpiEQNIEt) #qp #biz Attacked on #Amazon with 5-Star #Reviews — @eCommerceFuel https://t.co/zIqhagjQT4 https://t.co/uM0FnP9QSi

Wow #seller protection seems quite troubling. @replyall did an episode about why Amazon reviews have become less trustworthy (https://t.co/ejpiEQNIEt)

#qp
#biz
Attacked on #Amazon with 5-Star #Reviews — @eCommerceFuel https://t.co/zIqhagjQT4 https://t.co/uM0FnP9QSi

Quick Post via Twitter: I’ve published issue 064 of my #newsletter covering the 2018 State of #JavaScript report and #Google’s #Flutter – https://t.co/Iq7eFPt8qy #qp #MobileDevelopment #CrossPlatform #ReactNative #ReactJS

I’ve published issue 064 of my #newsletter covering the 2018 State of #JavaScript report and #Google’s #Flutter – https://t.co/Iq7eFPt8qy

#qp
#MobileDevelopment
#CrossPlatform
#ReactNative
#ReactJS

The eli4d Gazette – Issue 064: State of JavaScript Report for 2018 and Google’s Flutter

Check out the State of JavaScript Report for 2018

The yearly “State of JavaScript” report has come out. It’s a survey of over twenty thousand developers and this year’s survey is beautiful in terms of visualization and succinctness.

The results of this year’s survey show through amazing periodic table type of charts with conclusions through quadrant charts. Conclusion pages are the best way to quickly get through the survey though it’s certainly worthwhile to savor it by going through all of it.

If you have limited time then check out the wonderful summaries:

Google’s Flutter SDK and the Holy Grail of Mobile Cross-platform Development

In software development, there is this holy grail of write once, run everywhere. The goal is to write one piece of code that runs in an optimized way (code/compile/UI efficiency) on different hardware. Recent emphasis on Mobile-first design has shifted this pursuit to cross-platform mobile development.

Flutter is an open-source mobile application development SDK created by Google. It is used to develop applications for Android and iOS, as well as being the primary method of creating applications for Google Fuchsia.

The long and short of it is that this is a cross-platform development environment/language. Its biggest competitor is React Native.

I’ve come across an excellent article by Marco Bellinaso covering his learning and use of Flutter: “Flutter: the good, the bad and the ugly”. This article is great in that it pulls no punches and it provides resources to anyone that’s interested in learning and using Flutter.


Thoughts? Feedback? Let me know: @eli4d on Twitter


Quick Post via Twitter: 🤔Great episode for those of us that are on the verge of completing a #SideProject but just need that extra push (to reduce #scope). #qp #edu @fullstackradio: 101: Ben Orenstein aka @r00k – How to #Build an #App in a Week https://t.co/erQXwbw108

🤔Great episode for those of us that are on the verge of completing a #SideProject but just need that extra push (to reduce #scope).

#qp
#edu
@fullstackradio: 101: Ben Orenstein aka @r00k – How to #Build an #App in a Week https://t.co/erQXwbw108