React Native

  • Facebook’s Favorite Hacks of 2016

    … implemented dependencies, access to native application-programming interfaces and unrestricted access to the internet. During the hackathon, the engineers found workarounds to these obstacles and contributed a set of scripts that repackages Atom’s source so that it runs as a web app. This hack is still ongoing–you can follow progress, try it out…

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  • Facebook 2016 Open-Source Year in Review (Infographic)

    … browser. It takes advantage of functional, asynchronous, declarative programming models for building VR applications. Facebook’s 2016 open source projects brought big efficiency wins to various parts of the stack. Zstandard is an open-source compression algorithm that can compress data three times to five times faster. ReDex reduces the byte code (size…

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  • Facebook Celebrates Successful Year in Open Source

    … to Teradata — which joined the Presto community this year with a focus on enhancing enterprise features and providing support — for having seven of our top 10 external contributors. While we’ve grown and accomplished so much this year, we still have more work to do. In 2016, we’re doubling down on our commitment to supporting projects, and we look forward to even more collaboration with our community. Top image courtesy of Shutterstock. …

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  • Facebook Updates Accessibility Efforts

    … and text size. She added: If you’re interested in accessibility and know the basics of HTML, CSS and JavaScript, you will be able to use this primer. The concepts are easy to understand, and anyone with an interest in web development can take the tutorial. The acronym HIKE by no means encompasses the entire diverse field of accessibility, but our primer…

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