|Mobile Dev Weekly||Brian Rinaldi and Holly Schinsky from Cooper Press||Weekly on Fridays||Articles, news, and tutorials|
|Node Weekly||Peter Cooper, Cooperpress||Weekly on Fridays||Node JS news, articles, job listings, and coding tools|
|React Native||Infinite Red||Biweekly on Tuesdays||React Native news, articles, libraries, apps|
|React Status||Cooperpress||Weekly on Wednesdays||News, articles, job listings, tools, quick bits|
|Vue.js News||Damian Dulisz (Vue.js core team member)||Weekly on Fridays||Top News and Trending libraries|
|WebTools Weekly||Louis Lazaris||Weekly on Thursdays||Tutorials, web apps, React tools, libraries, and frameworks.|
Mobile Dev Weekly
Node Weekly is another popular newsletter curated by Peter Cooper’s Cooperpress. It focuses on delivering a weekly overview of Node.js news, articles, job listings, and coding tools weekly, specifically on Fridays via email. It launched the first issue in July 2013 and has gathered over 57,000 subscribers over the years.
React Native newsletter is a free biweekly publication that features articles, videos, libraries, and other resources to help boost subscribers’ Reactive Native development skills. It launched in April 2015 with Brent Vatne of Exponent as the initial curator. It is one of the best newsletters in its niche. Today, the newsletter is curated and distributed by Infinite Red and it has over 12,000 subscribers.
The Web Tools Weekly newsletter is curated by Louis Lazaris and dedicated to discussing front end development and web design tools. The newsletter offers a brief tip, tutorial, and a weekly round-up of various web apps, scripting languages and libraries, plugins, and other valuable resources to front-end developers.
- The newsletter is free. Aside from providing quality content, the most popular newsletters are often free. This makes them a go-to for people looking to gain knowledge with little financial investment. Some curators also have a platform where they host a community of developers and provide other services.
- A smaller scale means a more personalized experience. The most popular JS newsletters typically have a wide variety of readers. If your particular needs don’t match what’s included in its weekly mailing, then it might not be an excellent fit for you. However, the less popular newsletters have an audience with more interests, making their content more fitting to individual subscribers.
- Enjoy more in-depth materials. The lesser-known email newsletters often feature more in-depth articles and tutorials as the curators have a more personalized understanding of their subscribers’ needs. They also provide more practical information with frameworks that may not be on my radar.
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