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.
The TypeScript team announces the release of update 3.7. Since this has been the most ambitious TypeScript update since the 3.0 launch, we were personally excited for this release. It introduces many additional features and improvements such as optional chaining, null coalescing, assertion functions and many more ergonomic developer improvements that help users write code in the most intuitive way possible. Learn more. ›
Storybook is an open source tool for developing UI components in isolation for React, Vue, and Angular. This allows you to develop UI components in a separate environment, which can improve component reuse, testability, and development efficiency. You can build quickly without having to worry about application-specific dependencies. Storybook comes with a lot of addons for component design, documentation, testing, interactivity, and so on. Check it out. ›
What will software look like a thousand years from now? What will humanity look like? We can only guess. As today’s vital code becomes yesterday’s historical curiosity, archiving software across multiple organizations and forms of storage will help ensure its long-term preservation. GitHub Archive Program's plan is to serve as a testament for future historians to be able to learn about us from open source projects and metadata. Amazing! Read more. ›
Last month, we jumped back into the Re-load series, where we look at some previously less explored features and share useful tips. This time, our technical writer Charlie took a closer look at the /document/convert Robot and showcased some of what it can do. Learn more! ›
This release adds a long-awaited uppy.setOptions() API, allowing you to update options of Uppy and its plugins on the fly. It also brings with it locales for the Icelandic and Thai languages! Check it out! ›