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BlogRocket - Stencil, Flutter, React Native, Xamarin, & TypeScript 3.7

This week, we start off with a tutorial about how to use Stencil — a library developed by the Ionic t
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BlogRocket - Stencil, Flutter, React Native, Xamarin, & TypeScript 3.7
By Brian @ LogRocket • Issue #18 • View online
This week, we start off with a tutorial about how to use Stencil — a library developed by the Ionic team — to generate web components.
Next, learn how to handle things like smooth scrolling, dark mode, and form validation in CSS rather than JavaScript.
We also give you a side-by-side comparison of Flutter, React Native, and Xamarin so you can decide which popular framework is best for you.
Finally, find out how to create the best possible architecture flow for your Node.js project and see what’s new in TypeScript 3.7.
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Check for new posts and tutorials every day on LogRocket blog.

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Building reusable web components with Stencil.js
5 things you can do with CSS instead of JavaScript
Flutter vs. React Native vs. Xamarin
The perfect architecture flow for your next Node.js project
New in TypeScript 3.7
LogRocket | Logging and Session Replay for JavaScript Apps
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