Webpack is one of the fundamental building blocks of modern web applications. Anyone who has used Webpack knows how powerful it is, and how powerfully frustrating it can be. Tobias has been working on a new version of Webpack with sweet features like native support to es6 modules, code splitting, and an updated configuration api.
Functional programming is so hot right now... and for good reason! It's a lot easier to write clean, maintainable code when following a more functional approach. While functional paradigms are becoming mainstream, it's still helpful to see examples of these paradigms so we don't look like total dweebs at the ReactJS Meetup. Arnaud gives us a look at solving some interesting problems with a functional approach.
Promises are a great way to represent async delivery of a single value, but what about representing multiple values? Or multiple parts of larger value that arrives gradually? Jake Archibald explains how streams work, and gives some sweet code examples using the new fetch api.