Great article but why do I get these questions when interviewing for a front-end developer job?
ack is even better.
how is this different than puppeteer?
Next could be also a headless driver to two rendering engines (and it is already a bit). But Next is more a usual web browser that has a UI, that humans manipulate with keyboard shortcuts, that aims at offering features to power users to surf the web (and not only), and that is easily hackable. I think that offering puppeteer-like capabilities to a real web browser can give great things.
(also, no need to restart the browser to test one’s changes and that’s a real drug)
This is cool.
What am I looking at?
It’s a clone of reddit where you can submit links to stuff online and people can upvote it.
What makes it different from the existing link aggregators/Reddit?
This is a lemmy instance which is notable because it’s theoretically federated. It’s also written in Rust.
So all this does is scrape a bunch of sites looking for the word “remote” absolutely anywhere in the body. I must have clicked on 10 jobs and none of them were remote positions. And the author wants to charge $5/yr for it. In cryptocurrency only.
You need to be creative because craiglist has a lot of spam. You need to add negative words like “-dog” to avoid all the dog sitting posts.
I don’t think you should handle misuse cases in your code.