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If you haven’t read the latest Technology Radar Volume 24 yet, then let me share with you my personal summary of it:

🔸import-maps - how to control the behavior of JavaScript imports;

🔸AWS CDK - a framework for defining cloud infrastructure in code;

🔸bit.dev - a collaborative way to build and reuse components;

🔸esbuild - an extremely fast JS bundler and minifier (is it really 10-100x faster?);

🔸Playwright - reliable end-to-end testing for modern web apps;

🔸why-did-you-render - shows potentially avoidable re-renders in React;

🔸zally - a minimalistic, simple-to-use API linter;

🔸lit-element - a simple base class for creating fast, lightweight web components;

🔸Next.js - a React framework that needs no introduction;

🔸swr - React Hooks library for remote data fetching;

🔸.NET 5 - the next major release of .NET Core following 3.1;

🔸React Hook Form - performant, flexible and extensible forms with easy-to-use validation;

A lot of things related to Data solutions are omitted in this summary since they are out of the scope of my current interests.

Let me know if you think I missed something you consider as a breakthrough in the comments. It will be interesting for me to read your thoughts on it.

Source: https://t.me/seasoneddev

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