January 31, 2019
For those of you who missed our previous email, the Tutorialzine newsletter now has а new home - devawesome.io. The new emails have more resources and a fresh look. We hope you enjoy them!
Why GraphQL is Taking Over APIs
In-depth look into GraphQL and the advantages it offers when switching over from traditional RESTful APIs.
Node.js Best Practices
An extensive list of tutorials and tips that will make you a better Node.js developer. Regularly updated and very fun to read.
Quick overview of the awesome async/await operators, including code examples for the most common use cases.
HTML5 Input Types: Where Are They Now?
Drew McLellan checks up on the input types introduced in HTML5 and sees how useful they are in 2019.
What's New In DevTools (Chrome 73)
The latest version of Chrome comes with cool new DevTools features like console logpoints and an improved inspect mode.
Muze - Data visualisation library for making interactive charts
Terminalizer - Simple recorder app for your terminal
This cool Node.js command line tool lets you record your terminal and generate animated gif images.
Evergreen - Powerful React UI framework
One of the best React frameworks for building enterprise-grade web apps. Includes a set of well designed components and lots of cool utilities.
Magic Grid - Lightweight JS library for dynamic grid layouts.
Super easy to use library for generating grid layouts that automatically adjust to the elements inside.
Boostnote - Markdown editor for developers
Open-source markdown editor built with Electron and React. Available for Mac, Windows, Linux, Android, and iOS.
Cruip - Free landing page templates for startups.
A collection of free templates for landing pages, all with superb design and animations.
Pixel Mob - Royalty-free stock images
Image aggregator that pulls high-quality images from multiple sources and tags them so that it's easy to find what you need.
Script-8 - Virtual game console that plays JS based retro games
Palette App - Web tool for building color palettes
Nice app with a beautiful design and an interesting approach to the user interface for choosing colors.
Software Galaxies - Cool package managers visualizations
This web experiment takes the packages from npm, composer and others managers, and displays them in vast galaxies you can fly around.