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  • AngularJS Officially Reached End of Life

    After a grace period induced by the current global pandemic, long-term support for AngularJS has been discontinued. While AngularJS will still remain available, its repo will be archived and will receive no more additional updates, including security patches.

  • Introducing Angular 13

    Google recently announced the release of Angular 13, their popular single-page application framework, continuing the steady stream of small improvements we have seen since the release of the Ivy engine in Angular 9.

  • WebContainers, Running Node.JS in the Browser

    Stackblitz recently released a new product called WebContainers that enables developers to create full stack Node.js environments within the browser which loads instantly and comes bundled with VS Code, a full terminal, NPM, and more.

  • Next.js 11 Released with New Script and Image Loading Strategies

    The Next.js team recently released Next.js 11. The new version strives to improve actual and perceived performance for developers and end-users (start-up time, third-party scripts loading, image and placeholder loading). Next.js v11 also provides an experimental codemod that migrates a Create React App application to Next.js.

  • Server-Rendered Web Applications in Deno with Aleph.js

    Aleph.js, a React framework for server-rendered applications in Deno, is now available through an alpha release. Aleph makes many of Next.js’ core features available in Deno environments: zero-config server-side rendering, static site generation, file-system and API routing, and more. Aleph uses the standard EcmaScript Modules (ESM) import syntax and does not need a bundler in development.

  • Angular 11 Has Arrived

    Google has released version 11 of Angular, its popular Single Page Application framework. The release focuses on improving the developer experience and finalizing the cleanup of the issue tracker.

  • Next.js 9.5 Improves Static Site Regeneration Performance

    Next.js, the open-source React-based framework from Vercel, adds several static site generation performance improvements in the Next.js 9.5 release. The release also allows developers to optionally opt-in to Webpack 5 beta for smaller and faster builds.

  • Nuxt 2.11.0 Released

    Nuxt.js, a Vue.js framework, recently released version 2.11.0 to provide better control over the removal of non-client or non-server code in third-party dependencies. Nuxt 2.11 also adds flexibility with conditional statements supporting the run-time evaluation of application templates.

  • Progress Announces NativeScript 6 Release

    The NativeScript 6 release adds support for Vue.js and Angular 8 for creating native mobile applications with web technologies. NativeScript now also supports Progressive Web Apps (PWA), increasing the level of code reuse between web and mobile apps created with NativeScript.

  • Benchmark Ranks 18 Front-End Frameworks Implementation of Clone

    The RealWorld-based benchmark comparing the implementation by 18 front-end frameworks of a non-trivial full-stack application code-named Conduit recently updated its results. Most (13 out of 18) frameworks obtain a top-tier LightHouse performance score. Svelte, Stencil, AppRun, Dojo, HyperApp and Elm exhibit the lowest payload transferred over the network (< 30 KB).

  • React 16.8 Releases React Hooks: Reusable and Composable Logic in React Components

    The React team recently released React 16.8 featuring React Hooks. Hooks encapsulate impure logic (such as state, or effects) with a functional syntax that allow hooks to be reused, composed, and tested independently. Developers may additionally define their own Hooks by composition with the predefined Hooks shipped with React 16.8.

  • 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.

  • 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.