Topic: js foundation

Node.js and JS Foundation to merge JavaScript communities

The Node.js Foundation and JS Foundation announced an intent to bring their Node.js and JavaScript communities together to serve a broader range of users. More information will be announced during a Q&A session next week at Node+JS Interactive in Vancouver. “After having two separate Foundations for two years, we believe there needs to be a … continue reading

JavaScript toolkit Dojo 2 now available

The Dojo team has announced the availability of Dojo 2. Dojo is a JavaScript toolkit designed to help developers scale their development process. According to the team, this is the first major rewrite of Dojo in more than 10 years. The project started in 2004, and in 2015 the Dojo Foundation announced it was merging … continue reading

JS Foundation unites projects for serverless application development

The JS Foundation has paired up two of its projects in order to deliver a set of tools that would allow JavaScript developers to deploy serverless apps. Serverless applications have many benefits, such as modularity, ease of upgrade, and cost reductions, but often teams have problems getting started with the build process, the foundation said. … continue reading

Marko moves to the JS Foundation

The JS Foundation has announced that it is bringing on eBay’s Marko library. Marko is a library designed to streamline web development by creating UI components. eBay developed the library in 2012 in order to meet its need of supporting UI components and asynchronous rendering for Node.js applications. “eBay has been a longtime core contributor … continue reading

Appium joins the JS Foundation

The Linux Foundation today announced the creation of the JS Foundation. The JS Foundation was founded by Bocoup, IBM, Ripple, Samsung, Sauce Labs, SitePen, StackPath, the University of Westminster, and WebsiteSetup. The JS Foundation has an initial batch of donated software for it to monitor, maintain and manage. These projects include Sauce Labs’ Appium, IBM’s … continue reading

Node-RED moves to the JS Foundation, making STEM great again, and Blockly for iOS developer preview—SD Times news digest: Oct. 17, 2016

The Linux Foundation announced this morning the JS Foundation, a new Linux Foundation project to foster the JavaScript community. As part of the JS Foundation, IBM is contributing Node-RED as one of the core projects. Node-RED is a homegrown IBM project designed to be a visual tool for the Internet of Things (IoT). Coming to … continue reading

The Linux Foundation takes on the JavaScript community with the JS Foundation

The Linux Foundation is giving JavaScript projects a new home. The company announced the JS Foundation is now a Linux Foundation Project. The JS Foundation was designed to foster JavaScript applications and server-side projects by providing best practices and policies. “The Linux Foundation’s primary mission is to create the world’s largest shared technology investment,” said … continue reading

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