Topic: react

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Lexical

Facebook announced that it open-sourced Lexical, an extensible JavaScript web text-editor library that emphasizes reliability, accessibility and performance. The project’s set of editor states represent the current and pending states of the editor at any given time. Developers can attach a content-editable DOM element to editor instances, and also register listeners and commands. Users can … continue reading

React 18 now available with new concurrency features

React 18 was launched with out-of-the-box improvements like automatic batching, new APIs like startTransition, and streaming server-side rendering with support for Suspense.  The new features are built on top of the new opt-in concurrent renderer which is only enabled when someone uses a concurrent feature. Concurrency enables React to prepare multiple versions of a UI … continue reading

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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 news digest: IBM’s DevOps hybrid cloud capabilities, Sentry announces new performance monitoring support, and Harness updates its open-source module

IBM announced two new capabilities to help developers deliver intelligent application analysis throughout the DevOps pipeline. The first one is IBM Application Discovery and Delivery Intelligence (ADDI) for IBM Z V, which allows developers to accelerate application development by enabling them to gain insight into their business-critical application estate after which they can immediately get … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Progress releases new Kendo UI Native components, Platform9 announces new DevOps productivity capabilities, and Visual Studio 2019 v 16.9 preview 3

This week’s update of Progress’ Kendo UI includes 24 new UI components across all Kendo UI libraries as well as support for Angular 11 and React 17. Kendo UI for Angular introduces components including DropDownTree, MultiColumnComboBox, TileLayout, FloatingActionButton and more while KendoReact includes many of the same features alongside added built-in keyboard navigation and UI … 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

SD Times news digest: Infragistics updates Ignite UI for React and web components, GrapeCity .NET product line, and UiPath Automation Platform

Infragistics announced the release of Ignite UI for React, and Ignite UI for web components. The new releases   include new features to the Ignite UI Data Grid and one new preview component. The component includes cell editing in the data grid, which enables the user to edit the data presented to them in a web … continue reading

Next.js 10 released with new front-end development capabilities

The React framework Next.js is getting a major update for front-end development. Vercel, the Next.js company, announced Next.js 10 at its user conference today with new ways for front-end developers to create rich web experiences.  “Performance, or lack of it, is the most critical factor in the success or failure of the modern web site,” … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GraphQL Editor 3.0 released, Applitools integrations with GitHub and Microsoft, and React 17

The latest version of the GraphQL Editor is now available. The main feature in the 3.0 release is the ability to facilitate and manage a GraphQL schema. The release also introduced a completely reworked hierarchy view and new Organizer Mode, allowing for even faster creation and navigation through the schema.  The new version also contains … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android 11 Beta 2, Instana rolls out granular role-based access control, and React Native 0.63

This release achieves the Platform Stability milestone, which means that Android 11’s APIs and behaviors are finalized.  From Beta 2, developers can release compatibility updates with confidence that the platform won’t change, according to Android.  Developers can enroll to get Android 11 Beta updates over-the-air for Pixel 2, 3, 3a, and 4 devices.  Additional details … continue reading

React and Vue.js are catching up to Angular

React and Vue.js often get grouped together with Angular because all three are used in UI development. Vue.js is another framework for UI development, based on JavaScript, and React is a JavaScript library.  Prem Khatri, vice president of operations at software provider Chetu, added that React and Vue are more suited towards lightweight applications due … continue reading

Angular powers business apps in the enterprise

In today’s highly competitive digital world, designing great customer experiences is crucial. If your application or site isn’t pleasant to use, customers will use someone else’s. There are plenty of frameworks and libraries that can help developers design web applications with good UX/CX, one of which is Angular. Prem Khatri, vice president of operations at … continue reading

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