Topic: chakracore

Notes from Node.js Interactive: Node.js VM-neutrality, the Node.js security project, and NodeSource NSolid 2.0

The Node.js Foundation is continuing its mission to make Node.js VM-neutral. The foundation announced major milestones toward allowing the solution to work in a wide variety of VMs at the Linux Foundation’s Node.js Interactive conference this week. According to the foundation, VM-neutrality will allow Node.js to expand its ecosystem to more devices and workloads, such … continue reading

Microsoft’s pull request to Node.js with ChakraCore, Microsoft Philanthropies, and OpenStack adoption—SD Times digest: Jan. 20, 2016

Microsoft has submitted a pull request to the Node.js mainline in order to enable it to work with Microsoft’s recently open-sourced ChakraCore. According to Microsoft, the open-sourcing of ChakraCore helps the technology better align with Node.js release schedules. The pull request would allow Node.js to use the ChakraCore JavaScript engine, and to enable Node.js developers … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Ninja

Want your development efforts to be swift, strategic and super productive? That is exactly what Ninja, a full stack Web framework for Java, aims to help developers do. “Doesn’t matter if you build huge enterprise apps or small RESTful JSON microservices, Ninja provides everything you need to get productive at once: development, testing, deployment, refactoring … continue reading

Microsoft’s ChakraCore has been open-sourced

A month after announcing it would do so, Microsoft has released a core component of its JavaScript engine that powers Microsoft Edge and Windows apps written in HTML/CSS/JS into open source. “Today, we are excited to share with you that we’ve just made the sources for ChakraCore available under the MIT License at the ChakraCore … continue reading

Chakra to be open-sourced, New Python releases with major features, and AppsDash goes into public beta―SD Times news digest: Dec. 7, 2015

Microsoft is planning on open-sourcing a core component of its Microsoft Edge JavaScript engine. ChakraCore, which is a big part of Chakra, is expected to be open-sourced next month. “Chakra offers best-in-class JavaScript execution with the broadest set of [ECMAScript 2015] feature coverage and dependable performance, reliability and scalability,” wrote Adalberto Foresti and Gaurav Seth, … continue reading

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