The State of JS 2020 Survey Results — 23,765 people from 137 countries took part in the recent State of JS survey and while there are some common criticisms of the project, the results are nonetheless interesting and we’ll be digging into some in forthcoming issues. Standouts include:
Announcing TypeScript 4.2 Beta — What’s new? Leading/middle rest elements in tuple types (e.g. let bar: [boolean, ...string, boolean]), smarter type alias preservation, stricter checks for the in operator, and more.
Daniel Rosenwasser (Microsoft)
“I couldn’t be more excited about this launch! Streaming imports are a game changer that simplify dependency management by fetching packages as soon as you need them: pre-built, pre-bundled and ready to run.
We also shipped a first-class integration with esbuild to bundle Snowpack builds 100x faster than Webpack, Rollup or Parcel (seriously, look at these benchmarks!). If you haven’t had a chance to check out Snowpack yet, v3.0 is a great chance to jump in.”
Node Package Maintainers, Get Ready For ES Modules — ES modules are rapidly becoming a day to day reality for Node.js package maintainers, so spare a thought for Sindre who has about 20 million packages (slight exaggeration) to his name. Sindre shares some basics on why it’s important and what his plans are.
Senior Frontend Developer (m/f/d) — We’re looking for talented React / React Native devs to join our InsureTech-Team and help us shape the insurance world of tomorrow. Offering responsibility, ownership and growth possibilities.
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