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Astro web framework 1.0 released: a route back to multi-page applications

The Astro team has released version 1.0, noting that organisations which already have some deployments built with this […]

GitHub proposes Sigstore adoption to link npm packages to their source, faces dev pushback

GitHub, which among other things operates the npm package registry in constant use by millions of JavaScript and […]

C23 is done, declares ISO Project Editor – here’s what’s new

C23 – a revision of the C standard – is finished according to ISO project editor JeanHeyd Meneide, […]

‘The best thing we can do today to JavaScript is to retire it,’ says JSON creator Douglas Crockford

JavaScript, the world’s most popular programming language according to most surveys, has become a barrier to progress, according […]

AWS brings Visual Studio to EC2, intros .NET modernization tool

AWS says it has improved support for Microsoft-platform development with the introduction of Visual Studio on EC2 (Elastic […]

Microsoft’s Fluid Framework flows into general availability on Azure

Microsoft has gone live with its Azure Fluid Relay service to support real-time collaboration applications, available in around […]

StackBlitz server-in-browser adds Firefox support, headless API

StackBlitz, whose WebContainer product enables a Node.js server to run in WebAssembly within the browser for development, has […]

Jetpack Compose comes to Android Wear OS, plus 1.2 update for smartphones and tablets

Google has released Compose for Wear OS 1.0, the first stable release of this user interface toolkit for […]

Npm security update: All packages re-signed, get used to ‘npm audit signatures’

The npm package repository, operated by Microsoft’s GitHub, has had all packages re-signed with the ECDS (Elliptic Curve […]

JetBrains releases 2022.2 wave of updates to IntelliJ IDEA family of tools

JetBrains has released IntelliJ IDEA 2022.2 – its comprehensive IDE – as well as RubyMine 2022.2, with updates […]