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Babel plugin “modern-regexp”: support for three new features @DmitrySoshnikov
github.com
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Retiring the JavaScript benchmark Octane @s3ththompson
v8project.blogspot.de
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A quick look at reduce, foldl, foldr, and associative order @raganwald
raganwald.com
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Source code formatter Prettier reaches version 1.0 @vjeux, @jlongster
jlongster.com
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Cancel a JavaScript Promise with Bluebird @DorinFodor
medium.com
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