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Babel 7 was released this year. That's a big deal because the last major release was almost three years ago.
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VScode , dominates as the code editor of choice. Hopefully, more of this to come. Prepack will continue to cook. GraphQL will continue to gain massive adoption. Someone you know will try and convince you to use TypeScript. Babel will get some competition from swc-project.
The case for, JAMStack 's will continue. More, largely used projects will start to shed jQuery in favor of native DOM solutions.
Web Components! At this point, I have no idea how Web Components will play out. Chapter 1.
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