Topic: front end development

Vercel raises $21 million to transform JavaScript front-end development

Web development solution provider Vercel has announced a $21 million Series A round of funding it will use to improve the front-end development experience for JavaScript developers.  Vercel, which was previously known as ZEIT, was founded by the creators of the Next.js framework. The company changed its name to align with its new focus of … continue reading

AngularJS to get one more major release

The JavaScript-based front-end app framework AngularJS is expected to get one more significant release this year. AngularJS has recently been pushed aside in favor of its successor, Angular, however, the Angular team realizes many developers still rely on AngularJS and does not plan to abandon the framework. “We understand that many developers are still using … continue reading

StackShare’s top application and data tools of 2017

2017 has come to a close with React taking the lead as the top application and data tool. This comes from StackShare’s recent release of its top 50 developer tools of 2017. After appearing on StackShare’s list at number 10 last year, React kicked JavaScript out of the number one spot for the first time … continue reading

Angular 5.2 is now available

Angular 5.2.0 was released yesterday. It is a minor release that adds new features such as improved type checking for templates, support for TypeScript 2.6, and improved router parameters and data inheritance. According to the company, it is meant to be a drop-in replacement for Angular 5.1 and contains many bug fixes. It adds a … continue reading

StackShare’s top developer tools of 2016

2016 came to a close with JavaScript as the No. 1 development tool. StackShare, a company with a mission to help developers find the best tools, has released its data on the top tools of 2016 that developers should put on their radar for 2017. “It took a bit of time to comb through the … continue reading

IFML standard aims to simplify front-end development

A new standard adopted by Object Management Group (OMG) aims to make it easier to develop front-end applications. The Interaction Flow Modeling Language (IFML) is a visual modeling language that is designed to express a front-end application’s content, interface composition, user interaction and control behavior. “Front-end design of Web applications is a complex and multidisciplinary … continue reading

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