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Here's how brands can succeed at digital marketing, improve search visibility, and drive business value altogether

The post Social media marketing: four keys to boost lead generation and sales appeared first on Search Engine Watch.

Google has also provided new details for when searches are identical to a given keyword as well as when a search isn’t identical to any of an advertiser’s keywords.

Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.


There are several essential best practices for secure web application development. Today’s web applications are a core component of modern business operations, digital entertainment, online gaming, and daily productivity. Therefore, published web applications must be able to withstand data breaches, secure sensitive information, and safeguard user privacy. As an experienced developer, you should familiarize yourself […]

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#​556 — September 17, 2021

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JavaScript Weekly

Q1K3: A JavaScript Homage to Quake in Just 13KB — It’s (another) quiet week for big JavaScript news, so we’re going with the fun angle and looking at a popular entrant to the latest JS13KGames contest that ended this week. No winners yet but this Quake clone is amazing given the limitations, and takes me right back to 1996 when I installed it off a magazine cover disc (when the demo even then was 10 megabytes).

Dominic Szablewski

ChowJS: An AOT JavaScript Engine for Game Consoles — It’s not every week we get to mention a new JavaScript engine. This post explains why another one is needed to run on gaming hardware in particular and how ChowJS fills a gap. Unfortunately it’s not open source.

Mathias Kærlev (MP2)

The Modern Guide to OAuth — Another OAuth Guide? Well yes, but... This guide covers all of the ways that FusionAuth actually uses OAuth. Become an expert without having to read all the specifications or write your own OAuth server. Get it for free today.

FusionAuth sponsor

Deno 1.14 Released — From engines and on to runtimes.. Deno has been making small but steady improvements over the past year and the latest point release is no different:

Hacker News had a nice little Deno discussion going on this week as well covering why people are using it, their experiences, etc.

The Deno Team


  • The pipe operator (|>) proposal is coming along nicely.

  • Nuxt 3, the next version of the popular Vue framework, is coming in about 3 weeks.

  • Fable 3.3, the latest version of a F# to JavaScript transpiler, is out with JS decorators support (though they don't compile to JS decorators, for reasons explained in the post).

  • Eric Elliott is back talking about software deadlines and recommends focusing on demos over deadlines.


MUI 5.0 – Material UI components for React.

jsPDF 2.4 – Client side PDF generation library.

Node.js v16.9.1 – Fixes a small V8 regression.

Kap 3.4.0 – Screen recorder built with JS.

NVM for Windows 1.1.8 – Node.js version management utility.

Espree 9.0 – Pure JS JavaScript parser.

💻 Jobs

Find JavaScript Jobs with Hired — Create a profile on Hired to connect with hiring managers at growing startups and Fortune 500 companies. It's free for job‑seekers.


📖 Tutorials, Opinions & Stories

How to Record Audio Using the MediaStream API — A practical introduction to using the Media Capture and Streams API to record audio from an end user’s microphone then do something with it.

Shahed Nasser

Small Bundles, Fast Pages: What To Do With Too Much JavaScript — The less JavaScript there is to run, the quicker it will run (you hope)! Bundle size matters and this post touches on a few ways to monitor and improve it.

Ben Schwarz (Calibre)

Announcing JavaScript Security Sessions at SnykCon | Register For Free — Learn about malicious npm packages & npm dependency confusion attacks at SnykCon. Join us for free on Oct 5-7.

Snyk.io sponsor

An Intro to D3.js (Covering v5-v7) — A fork of Square’s Intro to D3.js introduction but updated to modern D3.js standards. Let’s get visualizing.

Danny Yang and Square

▶  Fastify in One Minute — This isn’t one of those ultra high level videos where you see nothing useful - it’s fast paced and code-first, all in one minute. And it might convince you to give Fastify, a Node.js webapp library, a go for your next HTTP API/webapp.


Using RTK Query in React Apps — Inspired by React Query, RTK Query lets you have similar functionality, but with Redux.

Gurami Dagundaridze

Generating PDF from HTML in React: An Example of Exporting Data Grids — Let's go deep into the PDF rendering labyrinth, in the safe hands of a guide, and export some advanced UI components.

Progress KendoReact sponsor

Pre-Selling a Programming Course and Making $550k in Revenue — If you liked the recent story about the creator of Vuetify making serious income from his efforts, maybe you’ll enjoy that of Josh Comeau (the author of 'CSS for JavaScript Developers') too.


How to Automate UI Tests with GitHub Actions

Varun Vachhar (Storybook)

Handling Shadow DOM in Protractor Tests

Punit Goswami (Wingify)

🛠 Code & Tools

JSPaint.exe: The Classic MS Paint as a Cross-Platform Native Desktop App — Based on the older JS Paint project then ported to a cross-platform app using GRaderJS (which is worth checking out on its own merits).

Dosyago Corp.

Linkify 3.0: Detect URLs and Email Addresses in Plain Text — Given some plain text containing things like links and emails, Linkify will generate the correct code to display it on the Web. Demo.


Tasuku (タスク): A Minimal Task Runner for Node — Tasuku, which is simply Japanese for ‘task’, provides a clean way to break up processes into small tasks which can then be run in the right order with progress displayed elegantly in the terminal. Check out the succinct README.

hiroki osame

Observability Won't Replace Monitoring (Because It Shouldn't)

Lightstep sponsor

Lowdb 3.0: A Small Local JSON Database — Supports Node, Electron and the browser, and might be suited if you want a very lightweight data store you can query with pure JS.


svg2pdf.js: Browser Based SVG to PDF Converter — There’s an online playground to give you a feel for what it can do.

yWorks GmbH

Atrament.js 2.0: A Library for Smooth Drawing on HTML Canvas

Jakub Fiala

Tethr: A Library Built on WebUSB for Controlling Digital Cameras

Baku 麦

“I apologize for writing a complicated program. I didn't have time to write a simple one.”

Tim Sweeney (via Twitter)


Thoughts of an SEO pioneer on where SEO is headed in the not-too-distant future

The post The Future SEO: Boardroom edition appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


Companies and organizations are focusing on developing custom web applications these days to meet their business needs and get more growth opportunities. PHP frameworks are the premier choice for developers and entrepreneurs to build their web applications. Although there are lots of PHP frameworks, Laravel is shining in the domain. Laravel is very popular for […]

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#​555 — September 10, 2021

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✍️ The hardest time of the year for putting a strong issue together is usually August, but this year the lull has moved to early September :-) No big news or releases this week, but lots of bits and pieces you'll hopefully find useful.
Peter Cooper, your editor.

JavaScript Weekly

Bundling Non-JavaScript Resources — Learn how to import and bundle various types of assets from JavaScript in a way that works both with browsers and bundlers.

Ingvar Stepanyan (Google)

What’s New With DevTools: Cross-Browser Edition — Learn what’s new with the developer tools not just in Chrome, but in Firefox, Safari, and Edge too. One of those areas where just a little time spent becoming aware of the possibilities could shave off hours when it comes to debugging(!)

Patrick Brosset

Locate and Resolve JavaScript Errors Instantly with Datadog — Troubleshoot user-facing incidents and resolve frontend JavaScript errors in context with the ability to correlate error logs with individual user sessions with one click. Try it yourself with a free Datadog trial.

Datadog sponsor

Crafting Organic Patterns with Voronoi Tessellations — A fun look at creating interesting organic generative patterns inspired by the natural world. Generative art is such a fun use case for JavaScript.

George Francis

Automatically Find jQuery Calls and Generate Vanilla JS Alternatives — The aim here is to provide a tool to help you remove jQuery as a dependency in projects by finding jQuery related methods and offering up ‘vanilla’ alternatives. I’m not entirely convinced, but it’s an interesting idea. Alternatively, you could switch to a lighter, modern jQuery alternative like Cash.

Sachin Neravath

Node v16.9.0 Adds Package Manager Manager (sic) — A big addition is Corepack, a new experimental tool for managing package managers directly within the Node distribution itself (Yarn and pnpm are supported in addition to npm). V8 9.3 also makes an appearance.

Michaël Zasso


  • The V8 9.4 branch has been created, but it's a relatively minor release with only static initialization blocks for classes being available by default as a new developer facing feature.

  • The folks at Amazon have launched the AWS Developers Podcast – a weekly conversation about all things AWS, such as AWS Amplify with Ali Spittel.

  • Run npx matrix-rain for a nice terminal-based surprise. Code here (found via @boyney123).

  • The creator of Ruby on Rails has recorded a 15 minute screencast showing off how the popular backend framework will handle JavaScript in its next major version.

  • A fascinating OpenAI demo on using their system to write code from your directions. The first demo is in Python but jump to 13 minutes in and they build a basic game in JavaScript just by describing it.

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Prettier 2.4 – The opinionated code formatter.

React Router 5.3 – Declarative routing for React.

Acorn 8.5 – Small JS-powered JavaScript parser.

Flicking 4.3 – Flexible carousel component.

ember-simple-auth 4.0 – Auth for Ember.js apps.

Ember 3.28 and 4.0 beta – Popular batteries included framework.

💻 Jobs

Senior Backend Engineer (Berlin / Remote) — Want to join a small startup with a big growing potential (we double every year)? Feather is looking for a backend engineer.


Senior Software Engineer at Decisiv (ReactJS / Ruby on Rails) — Join our remote-first UI development team to help craft a modern platform that is revolutionizing an industry.

Decisiv, Inc.

Find JavaScript Jobs with Hired — Create a profile on Hired to connect with hiring managers at growing startups and Fortune 500 companies. It's free for job-seekers.


📖 Tutorials, Opinions & Stories

Exploring the CSS Paint API: Blob Animation — A fun effect currently supported only on Chrome (and Edge) for getting gooey/blobby shapes going with CSS enhanced by JavaScript via the Paint API.

Temani Afif

What's New in Node.js Core? — Node updates so often that unless you’re keeping a close eye on it (such as via our Node newsletter!) you can miss what new features got added. Simon shares a handful of useful additions here.

Simon Plenderleith

[Guide] Ship Fast. Stay Ahead of the Competition — Intuit & Atlassian don't let process stand in their way. Learn their strategies to ship faster, safer & stay ahead.

LaunchDarkly sponsor

Using Neovim and Tmux for JavaScript Development — Are you a Vim user who, perhaps, migrated to VS Code but still feel a bit of an itch for the old days? Neovim, a fork of Vim, has really won Elijah over and here he demonstrates its value for JavaScript developers.

Elijah Manor

How An npm Package with 3M Weekly Downloads Had a Severe Vulnerability — Security researcher Ax Sharma has put together a good story about a significant vulnerability in pac-resolver.

Ars Technica

Threats of Using Regular Expressions in JavaScript — This is very elementary, but if you’re unaware of what ‘catastrophic backtracking’ is, it could be illuminating.

Dulanka Karunasena

unknown vs any in TypeScript

Dmitri Pavlutin

🛠 Code & Tools

Shoelace: 'A Forward-Thinking Library of Web Components' — A collection of well designed every day UI components (buttons, drawers, inputs, menus, color pickers, and more) built in a framework agnostic way (though there are React wrappers available).

Cory LaViska

Harlem 2.0: Simple Extensible State Management for Vue 3 — Provides a simple functional API for creating, reading, and mutating state - and it’s only 1.5KB minified.

Andrew Courtice

Tried. Tested. Trusted. Studio 3T - Power Tools for MongoDB — Intuitive IntelliShell. Generate JavaScript from queries. Reshape data with Reschema. Try Studio 3T free for 30 days.

Studio 3T sponsor

Renamer 4.0: Rename Files in Bulk — A Node powered CLI tool but with the interesting addition that you can write a replace function in JavaScript to perform more complex renames.

Lloyd Brookes

Dannjs: A Neural Network Library for JavaScript — The aim is ease of use so it’s good to use for experimentation and playing around.

Matias Vazquez-Levi

gron: Make JSON Greppable — A tool written in Go that transforms JSON into more easily greppable assignments, so you can use grep and see the context/path of the result. Useful.

Tom Hudson

PrimeVue: A Vue UI Component Library — This is the Vue version of PrimeFaces, which also includes a React version. You can check out the Vue components here.



#​554 — September 3, 2021

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JavaScript Weekly

Visual Studio Code August 2021 Released — It always feels odd linking to these as they name releases for the prior month, but new features include automatic language detection, built-in bracket colorization (enabled via editor.bracketPairColorization.enabled), improved terminal glyph rendering, inline hints for JS/TS param names and types, and improved debug stepping in async functions and Node.js internals.


A Look at an ES2022 Feature: Class Static Initialization Blocks — You might not be blamed for thinking JavaScript is going a bit Java-y here but, nonetheless, this proposal is at stage 4 and scheduled to be included in ES2022.

Dr. Axel Rauschmayer

💡 Like this ↑? Hemanth HM has a roundup of updates from TC39's 85th meeting on more future (potential) JavaScript features, including the hack pipe operator and Array.fromSync.

Search Across the Open Source Universe with Sourcegraph — Sourcegraph searches over 1 million open source repos from GitHub & GitLab along with your own public & private (public beta) repos. No installation required. Sourcegraph makes it easier to search, discover & understand open source projects. Start searching now.

Sourcegraph sponsor

Electron 14.0.0 Released — The latest major version of the popular cross-platform desktop app framework is here. It’s moving to an eight week stable release schedule, so Electron 15 is due in just three weeks.. but for now you get Chromium 93, Node.js 14.17, and V8 9.3 support, experimental cookie encryption support, and a few removals (such as the remote module).


Neutralino 2.7: Portable, Lightweight Desktop App Framework — Think Electron (above) but rather than including a Chromium distribution with every app, it uses the local platform’s built-in ‘webview.’ This equals (much) smaller, faster apps, though you then have to be aware of each webview’s different quirks.




socket.io 4.2.0 – Realtime comms library.

Relay 12.0 – Data-driven React app framework.

OpenPGP.js 5.0.0 – OpenPGP implementation in JS.

on-change 4.0 – Watch objects and arrays for changes.

AdonisJS August Release – Full-featured Node.js web app framework.

💻 Jobs

JavaScript Engineer — Join our "kick ass" team. Our software team operates from 17 countries and we're always looking for more exceptional engineers.

Sticker Mule

JavaScript Developer at X-Team (Remote) — Join the most energizing community for developers and work on long-term projects for Riot Games, FOX, Sony, Coinbase, and more.


Find JavaScript Jobs with Hired — Create a profile on Hired to connect with hiring managers at growing startups and Fortune 500 companies. It's free for job-seekers.


📖 Tutorials, Opinions & Stories

'I Built A $300K/Year Vue.js Component Library' — Not much technical stuff here, but an interesting (and possibly inspiring!) interview with the creator of Vuetify, a Vue.js UI library, on how he’s made the project sustainable and a good source of income.

John Leider

Working with Tree Data Structures — The basics of traversal: both breadth first and depth first. Complete with visuals to help you get the ideas more quickly.

Anish Kumar

Building a Serverless GIF Generator with AWS Lambda — Let’s say you host videos and want to show GIF animations as a sort of preview feature in the UI. Generating such GIF files from videos is a compute-intensive operation but you can use something like AWS Lambda to create a scalable service to handle it for you.

James Beswick (AWS)

Build a React Chat Application — In a few simple steps we’ll show you how to launch a chat app using our React component library.

Stream sponsor

Common npm Mistakes Every Developer Should Avoid — Learn how to avoid common mistakes when managing dependencies, publishing packages, and more.

Bhagya Vithana

State Management in Svelte Apps — A tutorial on how to use the Svelte state management store to manage state in Svelte applications.

Fikayo Adepoju

Why Electron Apps Are Fine — While Niels agrees with many common criticisms of Electron, his users don’t care, and he says you shouldn’t care either.

Niels Leenheer

State Management in Next.js Apps — Managing state in a Next.js application can get tricky very quickly. This looks at some patterns to help avoid complexity in common scenarios and avoid “provider hell.”

Átila Fassina

A Guide to React Context and the useContext() Hook

Dmitri Pavlutin

Memoizing Async Functions in JavaScript

Anish Kumar

🛠 Code & Tools

TypeIt: A Versatile Pretend-Typing Effect Utility — Bills itself as ‘the most versatile JavaScript typewriter utility on the planet’. Has a very nice fluent API, but note while it’s free for personal/OSS use, you need to pay (a modest amount) for a commercial license.

Alex MacArthur

Stitches 1.0: The Modern Styling Library — Another CSS-in-JS solution, this one offering high performance, SSR, theming, critical path CSS, an intuitive API, and lots more.


Run Faster and Safer Than Linux with Open Source Unikernels — Deploy with no ops and no cloud lock-in. Run 2X as fast on Google. Run 3X as fast on AWS and deploy in 10s of seconds.

NanoVMs sponsor

smartcrop.js: Content Aware Image Cropping — Given an image, this can help find the ‘best’ part of the image to crop down to. Works in the browser and in Node.

Jonas Wagner

Roadroller: A Heavyweight 'Crusher' for JavaScript Code — Aimed more at demo-style coding than production apps, the goal of this tool is to crush/minify down JavaScript code to as small a size as possible. GitHub repo.

Kang Seonghoon

Crank.js: Write JSX-Driven Components with Functions, Promises and Generators — The usual JSX syntax you know and love for writing HTML-like code directly in JavaScript but all components are just functions or generator functions. See some example code.

Brian Kim

Announcing JavaScript Security Sessions at SnykCon | Register for Free

Snyk.io sponsor

parse-domain: Split Hostnames Into Parts — Given a hostname, pull out the subdomains, domain, and top-level domains, including ‘effective’ top-level domains as on the public suffix list.


Mafs: React Components for Math Visualization — A well thought out set of sophisticated mathematics visualizations. It is supported with a nicely executed just-what-you-need-to-know set of guides including one which will allow you to plan your own suborbital spaceflight.

Steven Petryk

bundle: A Quick npm Package Size Checker — Enter a package name, then hit the “run” button and this tool will give you the minified, bundled, and gzipped size of the package.

Okiki Ojo


As new search experience dimensions open up for users this also cranks up competition between businesses and advertisers for search visibility - how will you win MUM's good graces?

The post Everything you need to know about the Google MUM update appeared first on Search Engine Watch.