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You don’t have to be a master software architect, but at least do some basic planning and put the pieces together without a ton of tools. Expecting frameworks and other tools to do that is not very impressive.
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Avoid the main package registry (NPM, yarn) as the sole source of dependencies. It can crash, go down, or lose packages. On the other hand, it may not be possible to access due to network problems, etc. Avoid the package registry becoming a single point of failure for your project. To minimize these risks, use dedicated proxies or local repositories.
All data managed by the app when the user interacts with the app is the app state. Every app always has a state. This is probably why newbies don’t understand it. States are in so many places that they are difficult to define precisely. But when you look at the examples and understand what it is, you realize it’s all over the place.
In general, not worrying enough about memory management will not have noticeable consequences for “outdated” web pages. However, advances in SPA (Single Page Application) encourage attention to memory-related coding practices. When applications start using more and more memory, it can severely impact performance and even crash browser tabs.
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of NPM website That’s excellent. You can search all published packages to get various information such as documentation, GitHub links, general data (versions, number of issues, date of last publication). However, choosing the right package for your project may require more than this. A complete overview is needed for more efficient selection.
Choosing the right package from the myriad of modules can be a daunting task. For example, you want to know if a package is popular enough, well-maintained, community-supported, and completely secure.