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Combining Angular 2 with React Native

by Abel Avram on  Apr 20, 2016

Angular 2’s architecture makes it possible to render an application with various renderers including React Native.

JHipster 3.0 Released with Microservices Support

by Matt Raible on  Mar 25, 2016 1

The JHipster team has released JHipster 3.0 with new support for microservices, and with new options to generate a complete microservices architecture.

Ember.js Team Announces 2.4 LTS, 2.5 Beta

by James Chesters on  Mar 07, 2016

The Ember.js team has released version of 2.4. After a six-week maturation cycle as a stable version, 2.4 will be declared Ember's first LTS release.

Ionic Framework 2 Beta is Out

by David Iffland on  Feb 16, 2016

The beta of version 2 of the Ionic Framework has been released. Its architecture advances to Angular 2, brings a new navigation stack, and fully supports material design.

Angular Releases Version 1.5, Narrows Focus

by David Iffland on  Feb 09, 2016 5

Angular 1.5 has been released, introducing a new component helper which aims to get developers closer to what they'll encounter in version 2, easing the transition. Along with a flurry of other new features, version 1.5 is the biggest update in 9 months.

"Wait, What!? Our Microservices Have Actual Human Users?" The Importance of UI Architecture

by Daniel Bryant on  Feb 07, 2016 2

At the microXchg conference, Stefan Tilkov presented “Wait, what? Our microservices have actual human users?”. Tilkov proposed that current microservice discussions tend to be centered around backend topics. The presentation argued that it is of paramount importance to increase focus on how to structure what is arguably the most important part of a microservice application - the UI.

Ember.js 2.3 Release Brings Significant Changes

by James Chesters on  Jan 26, 2016

The Ember.js team has released the stable version of Ember 2.3, and the first beta of 2.4. Ember contributor Matthew Beale modestly describes the update as a "minor release," nonetheless 2.3 comes with several significant changes, including the ability to use Ember FastBoot with the latest stable release.

Is React the Future of Meteor?

by David Iffland on  Jan 23, 2016 3

In a series of blog posts, Sacha Greif describes the uncertain state of JavaScript platform Meteor. He describes how adopting React can take Meteor more relevant for the years ahead.

Angular 2 Beta Released

by David Iffland on  Dec 21, 2015 10

The first beta version of Angular 2 has been released. While there's still a few things to finish up, the beta gives developers a solid ground to start building their apps upon.

Angular Material 1.0 is Here

by Abel Avram on  Dec 18, 2015 1

Angular Material 1.0 has been released.

Angular Meteor 1.2.0 Released

by James Chesters on  Nov 17, 2015

Meteor have released the updated version of Angular Meteor, its library for using AngularJS on top of Meteor.

Interview with Form.IO: API Creation Using Web Forms

by Jeevak Kasarkod on  Oct 08, 2015

is an open source platform that enables front end developers to autonomously build backend APIs using forms to drive their apps. The platform provides a single solution for creating both APIs and user interfaces for consumption by a front end javascript framework. InfoQ spoke with the founders of to learn more about the platform capabilities and the future they envision for it.

Meteor 1.2: ECMAScript 2015 and support for AngularJS, React

by James Chesters on  Sep 29, 2015

Meteor 1.2 has been released, announcing ECMAScript 2015 as the official JavaScript of the Meteor platform, along with support for Angular and React.

Phoenix Web Framework Makes 1.0 Milestone

by James Chesters on  Aug 31, 2015

Chris McCord has released version 1.0 of the Phoenix web framework. Written in Elixir, Phoenix implements the server-side MVC pattern and aims to combine high developer productivity with high application performance.

Ember.js 2.0 Celebrated for Backwards Compatibility

by James Chesters on  Aug 18, 2015 1

Ember 2.0 has been released - with zero new features. The decision has been met warmly by the JavaScript community, who have widely praised the framework for remaining backwards compatible with 1.13. Ember 2.0 only removes the features that were deprecated in Ember 1.13, meaning that apps that run on Ember 1.13 without deprecation warnings should also run on Ember 2.0.

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