Topic: javascript

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Marko

Marko is an open-source programming language that reimagines HTML from a markup language into a programming language. As its website states: “It’s like HTML and JS had a perfect baby that grew up to be awesome.” It does not require learning any new language syntax beyond what’s available in vanilla HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, which … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Dremio launches SQL Lakehouse Service, Fastly launched JavaScript in Compute@Edge, Crystal 1.1 released

The SQL lakehouse company Dremio announced its cloud-native SQL-based data lakehouse service, Dremio Cloud.  The new service enables organizations to leverage no-copy open data architecture that eliminates the need to copy data into expensive and proprietary warehouses. It enables high-performance SQL workloads directly on cloud storage. “We built Dremio to automatically handle any scale with … continue reading

Report: JavaScript remains the most popular language among developers

JavaScript is the most popular language among developers. This is according to the fifth annual Developer Ecosystem Survey conducted by JetBrains with responses from 31,743 developers from 183 different countries. This finding is consistent with last year’s report, which found JavaScript to be the most widely used language. The purpose of the survey is to … continue reading

Screenshot of Next.js Live

Next.js 11 now available with new live collaboration features

Vercel, the company behind the React and JavaScript framework Next.js, announced the release of Next.js 11 at its Next.js Conf.  New improvements include faster starts and changes, real-time feedback, live collaboration, and image optimizations.  Vercel announced a preview of Next.js Live, which enables developers to develop in their web browsers. According to the company, this … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: page-fetch

Page-fetch is a new open-source tool created by the Detectify Security Research team that helps hunt for prototype pollution issues.  One of the most common places for prototype pollution — the ability to inject properties into existing JavaScript language construct prototypes — is in processing the query string. Detectify’s solution can already find issues that … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Lightbend Akka Serverless, Contrast Scan, and GrapeCity announces table support for SpreadJS

Lightbend has announced the launch of Akka Serverless, a cloud-native development platform-as-a-service that enables the creation of cloud-native apps using any programming language and eliminates the need for databases in deploying business-critical apps.  Akka has a simple, API-driven programming model that makes it easy for developers to define the data that they need so that … continue reading

feature requests

Angular team announces new process for feature requests

Angular announced a new automated feature request process that it will implement over the next few weeks after the team found that a large portion of requests among its three main repos were feature requests.  In the new process, an Angular team member will review a ticket manually and identify it as either a feature … continue reading

GrapeCity Documents 4.1 release

GrapeCity releases Documents v.4.1 and ActiveReportsJS v2.1

GrapeCity recently announced the releases of both GrapeCity Documents v.4.1 and ActiveReportsJS v2.1.  The GrapeCity’s Documents API product line provides low-footprint APIs for Excel, Word, PDF, Imaging and JavaScript PDF viewer. The latest version includes enhancements for GrapeCity Documents for PDF, PDF Viewer, Documents for Word, Imaging and Excel.  GrapeCity Documents for Excel (GcExcel) also … continue reading

Mozilla’s Pyodide becomes an independent and community-driven project

Pyodide, Mozilla’s open-source project for running Python inside a web browser, has become an independent and community-driven project with a new home on GitHub. The company also announced the new 0.17 release as part of its announcement.  The project aims to bring the Python runtime to the browser via WebAssembly along with NumPy, Pandas, Matplotlib, … continue reading

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

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