Weekly digest - 2018.10

Weekly digest - 2018.10

This week was funny because some of our electric clocks started to run behind. It was caused by frequency deviations in Central Europe. The energy dispute between Serbia and Kosovo caused a frequency deviation, which led to a slight decrease in the electric frequency average. This affected electric clocks that are steered by the frequency of the electric current and not by a quartz crystal.

Speaking of issues. San Francisco Chronicle released transcripts of 911 calls about injuries from walking into glass. There were rumors about this, but this looks like serious design flaw.

Star Wars Rebels ended. Needless to say the ending was great. Second half of this season was amazing. I wish the Clone Wars had ending like this.
Big thanks to Dave Filoni and his crew for this incredible show.

The end of Rebels doesn't mean the end of Star Wars on TV. We know that there will be at least one more animated show. Also John Favreau has been anounced as a procuder and writer of upcoming Star Wars Live action TV series.

And as always, here is the list of interesting things.

A Lot Can Happen in a Decade
This year marks the 10th anniversary of releasing iPhone SDK. This SDK changed the mobile industry. Craig Hockenberry shows the humble beginnings and later evolution of the iOS development.

[Full Stack Shopping Cart With MEVN Stack Part1 and Part2
This 2-part article shows how to create a shopping cart using Vue.js and MongoDB.

Managing User Permissions in a VueJS App
Anthony explains how to manage user in Vue.js application.

Image credits: Tristan Colangelo.