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Contemporary from the oven… a bun!

In September, model 1.0 of Bun was launched. So what is that this ‘bun’ factor, can we eat it?

Bun is a quick, all-in-one toolkit for operating, constructing, testing, and debugging JavaScript and TypeScript, from a single file to a full-stack software. Right now, Bun is secure and production-ready.

The devs behind bun took Apples JavascriptCore and added a variety of ZIG code to construct a whole javascript toolkit. It replaces node.js, transpilers, bundlers, package deal managers and testing libraries.

Though not all FE frameworks are supported but, I’ve obtained unimaginable outcomes when putting in tasks. However much more necessary it actually felt like a drop in alternative! Getting it to work solely takes a few minutes.

If you wish to pace up your frontend pipelines I extremely encourage trying into this software to handle your packages!

View Transitions

Nonetheless experimental however again in March Chrome determined to help it! You should use these transitions to make an internet web page behave extra like an app with out including a bunch of javascript libraries.

Theo up to date his astro web site to the newest model to check out it’s implementation of this API and it’s form of thoughts blowing how little work is concerned in getting this to work*!

Server Aspect all of the issues!

I’ve been stepping up my NextJS recreation over the previous 12 months, I actually like all of the magic it does for me and with model 14 its including Server Actions!
Since v13 launched server aspect elements I used to be form of bummed that I nonetheless wanted to create an API path to deal with my type submission on the server (bear in mind by no means belief the shopper).

However no extra of this! We are able to now specify if an motion is just out there on the server.

Rewrite all issues Angular

Angular obtained a shiny new dev portal. However this isn’t all, someplace this month you’ll be able to anticipate model 17 to drop. And it comes with a great deal of new issues!
In my view an important change is the brand new element stream. I’m hoping they’ve a technique to make this migration straightforward… however I’m anxious the brand new syntax they introduce would require a bit of labor.
Up till now you added an ngIf assertion to a element in your template to show one thing primarily based on logic.



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