Halfway through each month, our newsletter for developers: The Dev Times, brings three reads that our own developers found interesting on the web, and two Transloadit updates that may interest you.
Termtosvg, written in Python, makes recordings of terminal sessions in animated SVG format. As opposed to previous solutions, this has the advantage that text in recordings can be selected. Read post ›
Think Twitter Bootstrap, but for React Components :) Instead of creating fixed configurations that work today, Evergreen promotes building systems that can stand the test of time by anticipating new and changing design requirements. Read post ›
Gravitational Teleport is a modern SSH server for remotely accessing clusters of Linux servers via SSH or HTTPS. It allows revoking access and assigning permissions in a central place, which makes it great for larger teams. Teleport is interesting for smaller teams as well, because it facilitates easy adoption of the best SSH practices, such as 2nd factor authentication and collaboratively troubleshooting issues through session sharing. Read More ›
Transloadit's own Artur Paikin was interviewed on SurviveJS about the entire process of creating a popular open-source project: everything from the initial idea to the development process, implementation, and maintenance. Read post ›
We released Uppy v0.26, which replaces the monolithic Uppy package with a separate NPM package for each plugin. This means that you will now need to install the plugins you use separately, allowing for less bloated node_modules directories. Learn More! ›