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Vue 3.3 to support externally imported types

Front-end JavaScript framework project will be working on an alternative compilation strategy called Vapor Mode in the coming year.

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GitHub bolsters NPM access control

New granular access tokens allow NPM package maintainers to restrict which packages, scopes, and organizations a token has access to.

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Angular 16 to improve server-side rendering

Runtime performance and asynchronous activities also due for attention in planned upgrade to the popular web framework.

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Angular 15 arrives with standalone APIs

The new standalone APIs, now graduated from developer preview, allow Angular developers to build applications without using NgModules.

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TypeScript 4.9 intros operator for finding coding mistakes

New ‘satisfies’ operator validates that the type of an expression matches some type, catching many possible errors.

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Deno runtime backs inlay hints for coding

The latest Deno runtime automatically pulls in TypeScript types via NPM, and it updates to the V8 10.8 JavaScript engine.

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TypeScript turns 10 years old

Surprise! Despite initial skepticism, Microsoft’s typed JavaScript not only survived but continues to thrive after a decade.

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Bun JavaScript runtime is in the oven

Bun is a JavaScript runtime built on the JavaScriptCore engine with a native bundler, transpiler, task runner, and NPM client built-in.

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Deno 1.26 improves Node.js compatibility, npm support

Latest update to the alternative TypeScript/JavaScript runtime also brings bug fixes and performance boosts.

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TypeScript 4.8 shines on intersection and union types

Update to Microsoft’s typed JavaScript introduces improvements to how intersection and union types work and how TypeScript narrows types.

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Deno tees up easy NPM imports, speed boosts

Upcoming HTTP server is the fastest JavaScript web server ever built, the project’s developers claim.

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Angular 15 promises to simplify development

Update due in November will stabilize standalone component APIs, introduce a new way to compose UI logic, and mark the end of the Protractor testing framework.

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9 Deno runtime projects to watch

The Deno ecosystem is taking root, with a host of tools and services to challenge Node.js. Here are nine projects leveraging Deno for web development, serverless edge hosting, and more.

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Angular 14 arrives with typed forms, standalone components

Standalone components promise to streamline the development of Angular apps by reducing the need for NgModules.

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Deno Deploy moves toward GA, adds paid plan

Beta 4 of the serverless edge hosting service for JavaScript, TypeScript, and WebAssembly applications improves the management dashboard and adds three new regions.

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TypeScript 4.7 crosses the finish line

The latest version of Microsoft’s strongly typed JavaScript introduces support for ECMAScript modules in Node.js, adds coding enhancements.

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Redwood web framework hits 1.0 release milestone

Full-stack JavaScript/TypeScript framework builds on React, GraphQL, Prisma, and Storybook for Jamstack-style deployment.

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Microsoft pushes optional type annotations for JavaScript

Standards proposal would allow annotations to be checked by external type checkers like TypeScript but treated as comments by the JavaScript engine.

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