Issue number 52 - that means that it's been a year of Developer Tools Weekly. In that year we've seen containers continue to rise, mergers and acquisitions, and more developers coming into the industry. Here's to another 52 weeks! 🥂
- Homebrew 2.0
Homebrew is the finest package manager for macOS - but with version 2.0, it expands beyond just the Mac. Now it includes supports for Linux and Windows Subsystem for Linux.
- Everything You Never Wanted to Know About CMake
CMake is most assuredly the worst cross-platform build system. Except, probably, all the others. A look at some of its idiosyncrasies, and could a higher-level abstraction improve it?
- Let’s talk about open source sustainability
Are you an open source maintainer or contributor? Are you feeling the crunch from too much work and too little support? GitHub wants to hear from you about OSS sustainability.
- A Guide To CSS Support In Browsers
Even as more and more browsers are based themselves on Chromium, that doesn't mean that they're identical. Knowing how to cope with CSS across browsers remains as important as ever.
- Overview of React Hooks
React is great for simplifying user interfaces - but could it be simplified more? React Hooks allow you to create functional components that are stateful, without creating additional class components.
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Created by Edward Thomson.
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