Tag: js

Gatsby 4 released

October 22, 2021 By Mark Otto Off

What’s New in the Now Fully Released Gatsby 4 — Gatsby is a popular React-based open-source framework and v4 introduces new content rendering methods (such as Deferred Static Generation), React 18 future proofing, new build and deployment architecture, new CMS APIs, and more. Jeff James (Gatsby)…

Parcel 2.0 released

October 15, 2021 By Mark Otto Off

Parcel v2 Released — Parcel, a fast zero-config webapp build tool, first came out in 2017 (issue 364!) and took the JavaScript world by storm. v2 is a full rewrite that takes the same principles from v1 but extends them to fit projects of ‘any…

Discussing Svelte with Rich Harris

October 8, 2021 By Mark Otto Off

🎧 The new season of Kent’s podcast is worth checking out as it features informative interviews with folks like Josh Comeau, Tracy Lee, and Michael Jackson. Web Streams Everywhere (and Fetch for Node.js) — A look at how most JavaScript platforms (including browsers) now have…

How to run third party scripts in a Web Worker

September 24, 2021 By Mark Otto Off

You (Possibly) Don’t Need Moment.js — Moment.js remains a popular date and time manipulation library but this repo shows off (a lot of) alternative approaches, including many native functions that do similar things. Various Contributors Introducing Gatsby 4: Now in Beta — Gatsby 4, the latest…

Quaking in our JavaScript boots

September 17, 2021 By Mark Otto Off

Q1K3: A JavaScript Homage to Quake in Just 13KB — It’s (another) quiet week for big JavaScript news, so we’re going with the fun angle and looking at a popular entrant to the latest JS13KGames contest that ended this week. No winners yet but this…

What’s new with all the DevTools?

September 10, 2021 By Mark Otto Off

✍️ The hardest time of the year for putting a strong issue together is usually August, but this year the lull has moved to early September 🙂 No big news or releases this week, but lots of bits and pieces you’ll hopefully find useful. __ Peter…

The JavaScript tool hiding in macOS

August 27, 2021 By Mark Otto Off

jsc: My New Best Friend — If you’re on macOS, did you know you don’t need to install Node or Deno to have a JavaScript runtime at the terminal? JavaScriptCore to the rescue. (You need to create a symbolic link or extend your path before the…