Links: June 2019

Improving Redux state transfer performance with JSON.parse(), a quick case study – Parsing JSON is faster than parsing JavaScript, and if the chunks are big enough, that becomes a measurable difference.

Apple will permanently remove Dashboard in macOS Catalina – I use the dashboard in MacOS every day, removing it would be disappointing.

KeyDB – Multi-threaded fork of Redis.

How to get Certbot wildcard certificates – Let’s Encrypt has made the web a better place. My only concern at this point is that we need other services to do the same thing, to avoid becoming overly reliant on just one provider.

Future versions of macOS won’t include scripting language runtimes by default – No more Python, Ruby, and Perl in MacOS by default going forward. Granted they weren’t real good about keeping them updated, but I still think is a generally bad move. See also: Windows and MacOS: Living In An Alternate Timeline.

What forces layout / reflow – A list of the ways JavaScript can trigger a reflow.

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