Some good reads

Just articles this time, happy weekend with the top 3 reads of this week.

Article: The case for Weak Dependencies in JS

If you’re using ES modules and want to check if one is present before using it in some optional way, what do you do? Lea explains why this would be useful and shares some ideas with how it could be implemented.

Weak dependencies are an antipattern because they are unpredictable. What if you have included a library but don’t want another library to use it? You should instead use parameters to explicitly provide references to these libraries

Article: Going from JavaScript to WebAssembly in three steps

A tale about upgrading a Web client’s performance by moving from a pure JavaScript approach to one turbocharged with WebAssembly. There’s a lot to learn here.

Article: What’s New In Vue 3?

It's been a while since the release, here's a piece about what's new and what's great about Vue 3.

Vue 3 comes with a lot of interesting new features and changes to some of the existing ones that are aimed at making development with the framework a lot easier and maintainable. In this article, we’re going to take a look at some of these new features and how to get started with them. We’re also going be taking a look at some of the changes done to the existing features.

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