Topic: javascript

TypeScript 4.2 comes with smarter type alias preservation

Microsoft has announced the official release of TypeScript 4.2, the latest version of its JavaScript superset programming language. There are a number of new features in this release, including smarter type alias preservation, leading/middle rest elements in tuple types, and stricter checks for the “in” operator.  Type aliases can be used to avoid having to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Reshift Security’s JavaScript Vulnerability Scanner, CQC’s tket 0.7 release, and Testlio 3.2

Reshift Security added support for JavaScript alongside its current Application Security Platform’s Java scanning capability and the company said it will add C#, C/C++ and Python scanning later in 2021. Redshift integrates into modern software development tools, processes, and workflows and identifies code vulnerabilities as software is being created. It utilizes a Datadog scanning engine … continue reading

Sentry launches new application monitoring features for JavaScript developers

Application monitoring company Sentry has announced Release Health capabilities are now available by default in its JavaScript SDK. The company’s Release Health insights is designed to provide teams with error and performance monitoring so that they can get actionable data and resolve errors and issues quickly.  According to the company, this is especially important as … continue reading

Apache ECharts now top-level project

Apache ECharts graduated from the Apache Incubator to become a top-level Apache project, which means that the project’s community and products have been well-governed under the Apache Software Foundation’s meritocratic process and principles.  ECharts, which recently reached version 5, is a charting and visualization library that is best suited for commercial-grade presentations, according to the … continue reading

State of JavaScript 2020 report reveals shakeup among popular frameworks

The latest State of JavaScript report reveals that while React and Vue are still the most popular JavaScript frameworks, the framework Svelte is starting to establish itself as a top contender for the top spot.  Svelte has a user based that is 89% satisfied with it. Sixty-six percent of survey respondents were interested in using … continue reading

TypeScript 4.1 comes packed with new features

The latest version of Microsoft’s programming language TypeScript is now available. TypeScript 4.1 introduced a number of new features, such as template literal types, key remapping in mapped types, and recursive conditional types. String literal types allow developers to model functions which expect a specific set of strings. Template literal strings can be used to … continue reading

Node.js 15 comes with npm 7 support and updated handling of rejections

The JavaScript runtime Node.js has been updated to version 15. Node.js 15 will replace Node.js 14 on the team’s current release line, and Node.js 14 has been moved to long-term support.  According to the team, Node.js 15 will be updated every two weeks with the latest features and changes.  Version 15 features support for npm … continue reading

Vue 3 now available with new APIs for scaling

Vue 3, also named One Piece, is now available. Vue is an open-source JavaScript framework. According to Vue creator Evan You, this release “represents over 2 years of development efforts, featuring 30+ RFCs, 2,600+ commits, 628 pull requests from 99 contributors, plus tremendous amount of development and documentation work outside of the core repo.” New … continue reading

screenshot of nativescript.config.ts file in NativeScript 7.0

NativeScript 7.0 aligns framework with modern JavaScript standards

NativeScript 7.0 is now available. According to the language’s Technical Steering Committee (TSC), this release marks a significant step forward in aligning the framework with modern JavaScript standards and bringing consistency across the stacks.  In addition, the TSC noted that in this release there was a more holistic approach to managing the open-source components surrounding … continue reading

Jamstack brings front-end development back into focus

Businesses that want to attract, engage and retain more online customers need to provide an exceptional front-end solution. It’s the first thing users see when they come to a website, and it’s the first impression digital businesses can give.  Traditionally, when front ends are coupled with the back end, developers have to be full-stack experts … continue reading

TypeScript 4.0 beta is here

Microsoft has announced the first beta release for TypeScript 4.0. The most recent version of the language, TypeScript 3.9, was released last month.  TypeScript 3.9 had introduced speed and user experience improvements. TypeScript 4.0 follows Microsoft’s pattern of trying to introduce new features that don’t introduce breaking changes for older versions.  The next version doesn’t … continue reading

Angular 10 now available

The Angular team has announced a major version of the web framework. Angular 10 covers the entire platform, framework, Angular Material and CLI.  Traditionally, the team releases two major versions every year to coincide with the JavaScript ecosystem and provide a predictable schedule for developers. Angular 9 was just released 4 months ago, and the … continue reading

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