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Next.js 14 previews partial prerendering

Stable implementation of Server Actions also featured in latest upgrade to the popular React-based framework.

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Angular 17 due in November with syntax for control flow

Directive functionality is to be added to the framework itself, along with deferrable loading.

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Deno runtime now integrates with Jupyter Notebook

Deno 1.37 highlights integration with Jupyter Notebook for scripting and analysis and improved VS Code extension support, among other updates.

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Bun 1.0 is out of the oven

All-in-one toolkit for building, testing, debugging, and running JavaScript and TypeScript is available in a production-ready release.

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TypeScript 5.2 brings explicit resource management

Fresh update to Microsoft’s strongly-typed JavaScript also backs decorator metadata for consuming metadata on classes.

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Fresh web framework for Deno speeds page loading

Ahead-of-time compilation results in assets being served 45x to 60x faster than just-in-time rendering, the Fresh development team says.

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Microsoft unveils TypeChat library for building natural language interfaces

Open source library draws on TypeScript and type definitions to retrieve structured responses from AI models that are type-safe.

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Microsoft’s DeviceScript brings TypeScript to IoT

DeviceScript is a subset of TypeScript that compiles to a custom VM bytecode. The experimental project also includes a Visual Studio Code extension.

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TypeScript 5.1 production release arrives

TypeScript upgrade soothes pain points with easier implicit returns for undefined-returning functions and greater type flexibility for getters and setters.

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Latest Deno release supports NPM packages

Deno 1.34 improves NPM and Node.js compatibility and adds support for Globs, TLS certificates, and more.


Angular users want better server-side rendering

Angular Developer Survey 2022 marks server-side rendering, testing, debugging and profiling, component authoring format, and initial load performance as key areas for improvement.

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Angular 16 previews new reactivity model

TypeScript-based web framework shows off improvements to reactivity, server-side rendering, hydration, and a faster esbuild-based build system.

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Deno 1.33 debuts built-in key-value database

Currently in beta, Deno KV is a strongly consistent key-value database integrated into the open-source Deno runtime and designed for JavaScript, with the ability to store any JavaScript structured serializable value.

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JetBrains updates IDEs for Java, JavaScript, Ruby

Improvements to the IntelliJ IDEA, WebStorm, and RubyMine IDEs range from smoother zooming and navigation to faster code completion, dependency resolution, and Git commits.

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What’s new in TypeScript 5.0

Latest upgrade to Microsoft’s strongly typed JavaScript, rebuilt to use ECMAScript modules, promises to be smaller, faster, and simpler.

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Civet: A better TypeScript?

Get early access to ECMAScript proposals and slick added features with this modern superset of TypeScript.

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TypeScript 5.0 rebuilt to use ECMAScript modules

With TypeScript 5.0, the TypeScript development team has restructured the entire codebase to use ECMAScript modules, reducing package size and improving performance.

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Interest in React, Angular, and Vue is waning

State of JavaScript 2022 survey of developers finds highest levels of interest in the Svelte, Solid, and Qwik frameworks and the Vite build tool.

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