React Ninjas Newsletter
Weekly curated blogs and tools for ReactJS pros.
Comparison of Redux batching techniques
3 minutes - An explanation of the various options for batching actions in Redux.
Smaller HTML payloads with service workers
9 minutes - Many developers know that you can use service workers to cache web pages (and their sub-resources) in order to serve those pages to users when they’re offline. And while this is true, it’s far from the only thing that service workers can do to improve the performance and reliability of a website.
Privacy through granular separation of user ID's
10 minutes - Paranoid aims to allow users to regain control of their personal data. We explore a new paradigm of designing web services to present personal data on HTML webpages without having access to the data itself, with the assumption that the web service is untrusted.
Paranoid achieves this by storing all personal data separately outside of the service, only substituting the private data on the client side via DOM manipulation using a Chromium extension, as well as a secure platform to share private data files with other users built on top of Keybase.
| | About me and my own projectReact Ninjas Newsletter is a mailing serving the latest and finest resources for React pros. I’m Andrés, a Mexican moved to the Netherlands to help building Jexia, a cloud hub for front-end engineers. With Jexia, a frontend dev pays zero to eight euros per month to build fully equipped web apps.