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  • Angular 7 Released with Virtual Scroll, Drag and Drop, CLI Prompts and More

    Google has delivered Angular 7. This version brings Virtual Scroll, Drag and Drop, CLI Prompts, and more.

  • Next.js 7 Released with 40% Faster Builds

    The Next.js team has announced version 7 of their open-source React framework. This release of Next.js focuses on improving the overall developer experience with 57% faster boot times and 40% faster builds in development, improved error reporting and WebAssembly support.

  • Instana Releases Sample Microservice Application

    Instana, provider of AI powered monitoring solutions for dynamic containerised microservice applications, announced at QCon New York the release of Stan’s Robot Shop, a sample microservice application that can be used as a sandbox to test and learn about microservice architecture, containerised application orchestration and automatic monitoring techniques.

  • JS Foundation Announces Dojo 2.0 Release

    On May 2, 2018 the Dojo team released version 2 of Dojo, a JavaScript toolkit. This complete rewrite of Dojo focuses on what's needed for a modern enterprise application. Dojo 2 is built with TypeScript and embraces a component-based architecture and virtual DOM. It includes a range of tooling improvements, including a CLI, integrated testing and utilities for connecting Dojo to popular standards.

  • Session from Day 2 of VueConf.US

    The first ever VueConf.US took place March 26-28 in New Orleans, bringing together the VueJS Core team and hundreds of Vue developers from around the world. March 28 sessions included advanced Vue Patterns, Design Systems with Vue, using TypeScript with Vue, comparisons between Vue and React, Server Side Rendering with Vue, Vue Storybook, and rapid prototyping with Vue Single File Components.

  • D3 Announces 5.0 Release of SVG, Canvas, and HTML Library for Manipulating Data

    The D3 team has announced their 5.0 release, which embraces several newer asynchronous patterns such as promises and fetch, and updates key visualization APIs.

  • Afternoon Sessions from Day 1 of VueConf.US

    The first ever VueConf.US took place March 26-28 in New Orleans, bringing together the VueJS Core team and hundreds of Vue developers from around the world. Afternoon sessions covered integrations between Vue.js and popular tooling such as serverless functions and rxjs, building native applications with vuejs-nativescript, and closed with a wide-ranging panel discussion.

  • Q&A with Gregg Pollack on Vue.js at VueConf.US

    InfoQ took the chance to ask Gregg Pollack from VueMastery about Vue.js internals, his view of the Vue.js community, the best ways to learn Vue, and more of the reasons for Vue’s success.

  • Opening Sessions from VueConf.US

    The first ever VueConf.US took place March 26-28 in New Orleans, bringing together the Vue Core team and hundreds of Vue developers from around the world. The conference contained a single day of workshops, all taught by members of the VueJS core team, followed by two days of talks. Speakers announced new releases and project processes, detailed Vue internals, and shared best practices.

  • Ember 3.0 and beyond, with Co-Creator Tom Dale

    Tom Dale, co-creator of Ember and senior staff software engineer at LinkedIn, recently talked with InfoQ about the recent Ember 3.0 release, the direction of the Ember project, alignment with modern web standards, and Ember’s initial experiments with Rust and Web Assembly.

  • Ember.js Releases Version 3.0

    Ember’s major releases contain no new functionality, and 3.0 is no different. The main benefit of the Ember 3.0 release is the removal of previously deprecated features, clearing the path for new functionality and performance improvements.

  • Basecamp Releases Stimulus 1.0 JavaScript Framework

    Basecamp's new Stimulus 1.0 targets a modern take on HTML pages augmented with light amounts of JavaScript, rather than the creation of full-featured JavaScript applications. Basecamp calls it “a modest JavaScript framework for the HTML you already have.”

  • Blazor Now an Official Microsoft .NET and WebAssembly Project

    Microsoft has taken another step towards .NET running in the browser by adopting Blazor from its creator Steve Sanderson. By doing so, Microsoft adds another piece to their WebAssembly/.NET stack, giving .NET developers a higher order abstraction to build browser-based apps with.

  • Roadmap for AngularJS and Angular

    AngularJS will have one more major release then it will enter a three-years period of LTS, while Angular continues the cycle of a major release every six months.

  • jQuery 3.3.1 out, Team Preps for 4.0

    jQuery 3.3.1 has been released, which includes a new feature and several deprecations. The deprecations are in preparation for jQuery 4.0. While there isn't much new information on jQuery 4.0, it will include a complete rewrite.

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