days
0
-27
-8
hours
-2
-3
minutes
0
0
seconds
-1
-8
search

#javascript

Watch Manfred Steyer's International JavaScript Conference session

The Future of Angular and your Architectures with Ivy

Have you been following Angular’s journey? Ivy is the next-generation compilation and rendering pipeline that was introduced in Angular 8. Since then it has undergone a number of new changes and improvements. See what it brings to the table and how it will change your architectures in this International JavaScript Session from Manfred Steyer.

Foresight is 2020

Software development trends for 2020

Plenty of software development technology has gone through a huge shift in the past few years. DevOps is the norm, the world is application-centric, and framework frenzy is in full swing. Looking towards the next decade, here are a few trends that David Cramer, CEO and co-founder of Sentry, predicts we will see in 2020.

Integrated Development Environment as a Service

Eclipse Dirigible 4.0 lands: Cloud development in your browser

Eclipse Dirigible started as an internal Eclipse Foundation SAP initiative for extending and adapting SOA and Enterprise Services use cases. It became an Eclipse Project in 2015, and since then has soared to new heights. It aims to provide devs a toolset for building, running, and operating end-to-end vertical apps in the cloud and offers a wide variety of features.

Watch David Guijarro's International JavaScript session

Nuxt.js: isomorphic Vue.js Apps made easy, fast and fun

What is Nuxt.js? Find out how this framework can help your JavaScript programming experience. Take a video break and watch David Guijarro, a JavaScript developer at SHARE NOW, discuss the framework and how to make Vue.js apps with it. It’s fast, easy, and fun.

Watch Erin Zimmer's International JavaScript Conference session

Web Components: It’s about Time

Web components were first proposed all the way back in 2011. Since then, they’ve been kicked around without really getting much traction until recently. With the rise of components in frameworks, a new standard that is (almost) supported by all modern browsers, and support from (almost) all major frameworks, web components are suddenly looking a lot more appealing.

17,000 programmers weigh in

Global developer report: 11 million devs actively use JavaScript

Which programming languages have the strongest communities and the most active programmers? How many devs are implementing DevOps strategies? What frameworks are mobile programmers using? Let’s take a dip into the data and see what 17,000 developers from 155 countries revealed in SlashData’s report, Developer Economics: State of the Developer Nation 17th Edition.

Why you should use date-fns

How to manipulate dates with JavaScript

Issues related to working with dates are as old of a problem as it gets with JavaScript. In theory it is possible to perform date calculations with JavaScript’s date object, if it weren’t for the many weaknesses of the API. Fortunately, there are helpful libraries that can save us a lot of work. One of them is date-fns.

The state of web development

Why JavaScript is so essential to modern development

Love it, hate it, or neutral on it, JavaScript has had a big hand in making the web what it is today. What makes JavaScript such an essential language to modern web programming? In this article, go through a brief history of JavaScript’s creation, its competition, and some of its drawbacks in modern programming.

Watch Lenz Weber's International JavaScript Conference session

The State of React’s State in 2019

Lenz Weber’s International JavaScript Conference talk highlights the different types of state occurring in modern React applications and give recommendations on how to approach them with the tools currently available, with an outlook on the near future.

How much is too much?

npm news: Public registry acceptable use limits set

While 99.9% of npm’s public registry users fall within the range of acceptable use, the outliers will have to take action by either limiting their requests or purchasing the Enterprise edition. The new, clarified rules of npm’s acceptable use are listed on their blog and will be enforced starting this month, September 2019.