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Industry News

The automated bidding feature aims to maximize reach and awareness.

Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.


Notes from Michael Akkerman, Global Head of Pinterest Partners Program: discovery over search, audience engagement over size, time well-spent, communities.

The post Pinterest on visual search: key takeaways appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


#412 — November 16, 2018

Read on the Web

JavaScript Weekly

Evan You Previews Vue.js 3.0 — The creator of Vue.js presented a look at the future of the popular framework at an event this week. Plenty of performance optimizations are on the cards, plus a goal of getting to just 10KB gzipped. A move from Flow to TypeScript may provoke discussion, however. Slides here.

Gregg Pollack and Adam Jahr

The Power of Web Components — ‘Web Components’ is a set of standards to enable user-defined HTML elements. This is an accessible tutorial that looks at the state of play and how to create your own components with HTML and JavaScript.

Potch (Mozilla Hacks)

How to Brand Yourself or Your Tech Business for the Most Impact — Being passionate about technology reflects in your work, ideas and imagination. But, does it reflect in your online identity too? It’s time for you to choose .TECH, a domain name that is innovative and relevant to who you are.

.TECH Domains sponsor

TNG-Hooks: React-Inspired 'Hooks' for Stand-Alone Functions — An interesting idea inspired by React’s recently proposed Hooks feature.

Kyle Simpson

Faster Async Functions and Promises for V8 — A substantial and easy-to-follow exploration of how async functions and promises in V8 have been optimized and how the debugging experience for async code has been improved.

Maya Lekova and Benedikt Meurer (V8)

Slate: A Framework for Building Rich Browser-Based Text Editors — A flexible, plugin-driven framework for building rich, intuitive editors. An established project but with lots of improvements and releases since we last linked it. Play with all the live demos here.

Ian Storm Taylor

Goodbye Electron, Hello Desktop PWAs? — There’s still a long way for progressive webapps to go, but in many use cases the technology is advanced enough to displace typical ‘hybrid’ desktop apps especially when desktop PWA support lands on macOS in Chrome 72.

David Novicki

💻 Jobs

Developer Avocado 🥑 in Beautiful Norway🎉 — Passion for React & GraphQL? Love tech evangelism? Join our fast growing GraphQL based e-commerce service Crystallize.

Crystallize AS

Full Stack Engineer, SEO Platform (SF) — The Uber SEO Engineering team is a full-stack team focused on improving Uber's SEO. We build tools, systems, libraries, and features to improve SEO @ scale.


Join Our Career Marketplace & Get Matched With A Job You Love — Through Hired, software engineers have transparency into salary offers, competing opportunities, and job details.


📘 Tutorials and Opinions

A Guide to Handling Errors in JavaScript

Lukas Gisder-Dubé

React Concepts You Should Know (After You Learn The Basics) — If you’re still pretty new to React, this is for you. You’ve followed some tutorials, maybe got your first React app working, but what’s worth understanding next? Context, HOCs, and lifecycle methods for starters.

Chris Chuck

Handling Complex Data Integrations in JavaScript Apps — Demand for apps is increasing, but integration challenges slow the process. Explore how to tackle complex data integrations in this webinar. Register today.

Progress Kinvey sponsor

Promise Chaining Is Dead. Long Live async/await — One developer makes the argument for stopping using promise chaining altogether and getting entirely on the async/await train.

Alberto Gimeno

Inlining or Caching? Both Please — A look at the potential for using Service Workers and the Cache API to cache inlined assets.

Scott Jehl

Building Offline-First Vue.js Apps with Hoodie & Workbox — Hoodie is a backend for ‘offline-first’ JS apps while Workbox adds offline support to web apps.

Peter Mbanugo

Common Testing Mistakes — A look at some of the common mistakes people make when testing JavaScript applications.

Kent C. Dodds

After Two Years with TypeScript - Was It Worth It? — Contrary to Betteridge’s “law of headlines”, the answer was yes in this case.

Kamil Zagrabski

🔧 Code and Tools

TensorSpace.js: A 3D Visualization Framework for Neural Networks — Provides an intuitive way to visualize and understand pre-trained models built by TensorFlow, Keras, TensorFlow.js, etc. GitHub repo.

TensorSpace Team

Create a Serverless Powered API in 10 Minutes — Use Cloudflare Workers to create and deploy a serverless API to 150+ data centers.

Cloudflare Workers sponsor

Offline PDF Documentation for Node — A handy set of PDFs (weighing in at up to 1080 pages) covering different versions of Node.

Thomas Hunter II

Visual Studio Code October 2018 Edition Released — The JS world’s most popular editor introduces multiline search and better macOS display support, amongst many improvements.


Tiptap: A 'Renderless', Extendable Rich-Text Editor for Vue.js

Scrumpy UG

PLV8: Write JavaScript Functions in PostgreSQL — Did you know you can use JavaScript within Postgres for things like stored procedures and triggers? We also have a Postgres newsletter if this is your sort of thing.

PLV8JS Development Group

A Much Faster Way to Debug Code Than with Breakpoints or console.log

Wallaby.js sponsor

Router: A Simple Framework-Agnostic Router

Kevin Durbin

react-beautiful-dnd: Accessible Drag and Drop for ListsVersion 10 dropped this week. See our React newsletter for more like this.



There were more than a billion voice searches a month, as of January 2018. 40% of those mobile searches had local intent.

The post Voice search and local SEO: How to get started? appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


Instagram accounts are notoriously difficult to have displayed in search results. Instagram actually blocks search engines from indexing the images, but the profiles themselves can still be indexed. It may be a hurdle, but not an insurmountable one.

The post How to optimize your Instagram account for search engines appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


From queries about products and brands to celebrities and topical events, Wikipedia still features heavily across Google searches – even while our habits as search engine users change (with voice and mobile increasingly having an impact), and while Google itself works to make its results more intuitive and full of rich features. How does Wikipedia manage to maintain this visibility in 2018?

The post Why Wikipedia is still visible across Google’s SERPs in 2018 appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


Amazon's search advertising business is on track to generate more than $10 billion in advertising revenues over the next year, according to their Q3 earnings report. What does that mean for Facebook and Google, and what does Amazon need to get right in order to succeed best?

The post Amazon emerges as search advertising powerhouse appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


Guidelines for understanding, keyword by keyword, what you need to do to maximize your branded traffic. All you’ll need is Google Search Console and as many days of data as possible.

The post Organic reputation management & brand protection appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


#411 — November 9, 2018

Read on the Web

JavaScript Weekly

Test262 Report: An Up-to-Date Status Report of JS Feature SupportTest262.report is a new site that shows up to date level of support and information on how different JavaScript engines support various language features based on the results of more than 68000 tests.

Rick Waldron and Boaz Sender

Going Beyond console.log() — While console.log() may form the basis of many people’s debugging strategies, the console object has a lot more to offer, as covered here. If you don’t know about console.assert or console.count, step in.

Matt Burgess

Webinar: Reducing the Cost of Enterprise-Grade Mobile Apps — Resourcing problems and changing requirements impact your cost and speed of app delivery. Newer techniques drastically reduce costs and time. Learn more about how enterprises are accelerating development, cutting expenses, and reducing IT app backlog.

Progress Kinvey sponsor

A Netflix Web Performance Case Study — Netflix boosted performance on their frontend by switching from React and other client-side libraries to vanilla JS.

Addy Osmani

JSBI: A Pure-JS Implementation of the ECMAScript BigInt Proposal — The BigInt proposal (essentially arbitrary-precision integers) is due to become an official part of ECMAScript in the near future - this lets you play with it now.

Google Chrome Labs

Glider.js: A Fast, Lightweight Carousel/Scrolling List — Small and sweet, mobile friendly, and the homepage has lots of good demos. Plus, I just noticed it mentions this newsletter 😆.

Nick Piscitelli

Aurelia's 2018 Q3 Report and New Features — Aurelia is a modern front-end framework and it has gained many enhancements recently including a new single-file build you can pull into a page with a single script tag which makes it even easier to try out.

Rob Eisenberg

💻 Jobs

JavaScript Developer at X-Team (Remote) — We help our developers keep learning and growing every day. Unleash your potential. Work from anywhere. Join X-Team.


Sr. Fullstack Engineer (Remote) — Sticker Mule is looking for passionate developers to join our remote team. Come help us become the Internet’s best place to shop and work.

Sticker Mule

Join Our Career Marketplace & Get Matched With A Job You Love — Through Hired, software engineers have transparency into salary offers, competing opportunities, and job details.


📘 Tutorials and Opinions

Static Properties in JavaScript Classes with Inheritance — A look at a pattern for implementing static properties in ES6.

Valeri Karpov

Bending Jest to Our Will: Caching Modules Across Tests

Pete Corey

ES6 Proxies Now Supported in Nearly All Mainstream Browsers — Proxies (elegantly explained here) have been one of the last ES6 features to see widespread support in browsers.

Can I Use

A Code-Driven Guide to the HTML5 Canvas — A guide to the Canvas API, one of the best ways to draw graphics dynamically in the browser.

Flavio Copes

▶  Azure Tips and Tricks Video Series — Collection of short videos on using the Azure platform. New videos are released weekly. Subscribe now.

Azure sponsor

▶  How to Package a Polymer 3 App with Webpack

Daniel Persson

A Basic Guide to Getting Started with Angular Material

Rob Ferguson

Building a Donut Chart with Vue and SVG

Salomone Baquis

Patching the Vue.js Virtual DOM: The Need, the Explanation and the Solution — Your first question might well be, why would it be necessary to interfere with the Virtual DOM? Well…

Michael Gallagher

Git Aliases I Can't Live Without — A list of handy Git aliases inspired by the oh-my-zsh suite.

Michal Konarski

How Do Top Developers Deliver Video? - Download the 2018 Video Report

Bitmovin sponsor

5 Things I Didn't Know About Create React App

Blanca Mendizábal Perelló

Advanced CSS Theming with Custom Properties and JavaScript


🔧 Code and Tools

Webpack Bundle Optimization Helper — This online tool will analyze your bundle and give you actionable suggestions on how to reduce its size.

Jakob Lind

A Proof-of-Concept Babel Plugin to Compile React Components Into Native DOM Instructions — Very much an experiment/POC but interesting nonetheless.

Tobias Koppers

Detect JS Production Errors in Real-Time, Then Debug Them in Minutes — Practice proactive error monitoring: stop outsourcing bug discovery to users, or using logs for debugging.

Rollbar sponsor

Culori: A General-Purpose Color Manipulation Library — Supports most color spaces and formats defined in the CSS Colors Level 4 spec and can parse, convert, mix, create color differences, and more.


vue-inter: Simple 1KB Internationalization library for Vue.js


Day.js: A 2KB Immutable Date Library Alternative to Moment.js — A minimalist library that parses, validates, manipulates, and displays dates and times for modern browsers with a largely Moment.js-compatible API.