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Yet Another Newsletter LOL - Issue #29: Sub-atomic!

Nick Taylor
Nick Taylor
Another week, another newsletter. Let’s get to it!

Around the Web
This looks like such a cool project from Adam Argyle. I’m not a designer, so I’d struggle building out design tokens. I’m definitely going to be checking this out!
Open Props: sub-atomic styles
Announcing The Astro Technology Company | Astro
Dev corrupts NPM libs 'colors' and 'faker' breaking thousands of apps
Merge Queue provides the benefits of requiring pull request branches to be up to date before merging, but without requiring developers to go through this process.
Next,js is proposing to remove ES5 support!
We propose changing the default Next.js output to target modern browsers that support ES Modules, which accounts for 93% of global usage
Announcing Rust 1.58.0 | Rust Blog
Fun Stuff
Who called them optometrists and not Sight Reliability Engineers 🤷‍♂️
Words of Wisdom for the Week
Addy Osmani
It’s OK to use "boring” technology (what’s tried & tested) vs. the hype train. Languages, frameworks and libraries often evolve. Choose what helps deliver a great final product.
Shameless plugs
Last week Anthony Campolo, Developer Advocate at StepZen joined us to chat about GraphQL and StepZen studio. He showed us how to quickly set up and use an API with StepZen studio which he used as a data source for a SvelteKit based blog.
Thanks again for joining us Anthony!
Walkthrough Wednesday with Anthony Campolo
Walkthrough Wednesday with Anthony Campolo
Dan Abramov & Maggie Appleton are joining me on the DEV Twitch stream this Wednesday at 5pm UTC!
We’ll discuss JavaScript, the Just JavaScript course, and who knows what else?!
Come by and say hi!
ThePracticalDev - Twitch
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Yes, it’s yet another newsletter folks! I post stuff in Slack and other communities I’m a part of, so instead of losing all those links to the “Slack”hole, I decided to start a newsletter!

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