Hello, there! Here’s a mantra to start your Monday — “I can deal with it all”. 😎
If the “it” is any of the following: Technology fatigue, cognitive burden with so many options around, problems with large codebases … Hashnode is here to
Lets dust off the new and noteworthy of the past week, before we dive into all of the above discussions and then some. 🌟
W3C has promoted the HTML 5.1 to a “Proposed Recommendation,” the penultimate step for it to become a “W3C Recommendation”.
Oracle successfully concluded its week long Java event. Introduction of JShell, a Java REPL CLI tool; Project Jigsaw, an endeavour to modularise the JDK, were noteworthy highlights.
With non-nullable types, expanded control flow analysis, the readOnly modifier; and simplified declaration files’ acquistion through npm; TypeScript v2.0 is out with a focus on developer productivity.
The Saga of Redux:
We had an incredible AMA session with the Redux team; read this summary for a quick overview of everything the Redux duo, Dan & Andrew, had to say.