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What’s new in TypeScript 2.7

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Microsoft has moved TypeScript 2.7 to a release candidate stage, with general availability of the new version expected in a few weeks. TypeScript 2.7 brings three noteworthy improvements: definite assignment...

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Firefox speeds up WebAssembly through streaming compilation

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Mozilla’s Firefox 58 browser, to be released January 23, features a compilation technology designed to make the WebAssembly portable code format run even faster. This performance boost is enabled by...

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What’s new in AWS Lambda: Go and .Net Core support

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Amazon Web Services has added Google’s Go language (Golang) to the roster of supported language on its AWS Lamdba serverless computing platform. Also added is support for Microsoft’s .Net Core...

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What’s new in the Erlang VM-based Elixir language

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Version 1.6 of Elixir, a dynamic functional language that uses Erlang VM, will have improvements for code formatting and compiler diagnostics. The production version should be avaliable in late January....

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React JavaScript library on the rise in NPM registry

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Judging by downloads from the NPM registry, React, Facebook’s popular JavaScript UI library, has seen good fortunes lately as a front-end JavaScript framework while the Backbone framework has slipped. On...

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What’s new in ECMAScript 2018

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ECMAScript, the standard specification underlying JavaScript, is on track for a new release, likely in June. So far, two proposals have been finalized for inclusion in the ECMAScript 2018 specification....

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What’s next for the Aurelia JavaScript framework

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This should be a busy year for Aurelia, a JavaScript client framework that emphasizes use of focused modules. It is being groomed for improvements ranging from server-side rendering to state...

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NectarJS to offer JavaScript compilation-as-a-service

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Can JavaScript become a universal language for developing for multiple form factors? The inventor of NectarJS, a compiler-as-a-service cloud application now in development, claims NectarJS will make this happen. Currently...

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What’s new in Ruby 2.5

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Ruby, one of the more venerable dynamic languages, has just gained in performance with the new 2.5 release. Arriving on Christmas Day 2017, Ruby 2.5.0 is the first stable release...

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C completes comeback in programming popularity

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The once-declining C language has completed a comeback in the monthly Tiobe Index of language popularity, winning the 2017 Programming Language of the Year designation from Tiobe as the biggest...