Every day we keep hearing about updates and changes in React, Angular, Vue, Ember, Webpack, Gulp, Redux, MobX and dozens of other libraries and frameworks.
My way of achieving this is pretty simple. I subscribe to several handpicked weekly newsletters and go over them every weekend. No exceptions.
I’m surprised at how effective this method turned out to be.
So let’s get rockin’.
At least until next week 😉
JSter is a high quality newsletter. It always starts with a short intro and then dives straight down to business. (the landing page is a little weird. You can subscribe clicking on the envelope at the top right corner.)
Unlike the others, this one only ships every two weeks.
Its sections include:
FrontEnd Focus is a great place to get your web technologies updates. Progressive web apps, CSS tips, WebGL and WebRTC are only a handful of the topics covered.
If you’re a Hacker News addict like me, hackernewsletter could help tame your addiction. All the links are curated by hand and I’ve found them to represent the most interesting Hacker News of the week.
Panda Weekly is a “catch all” newsletter for programmers, designers and the like. It covers top posts from Designer News, Production Hunt, Github and a few others. I like it, you should give it a try.
The original version of this article was published on December 28, 2015