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.

JavaScript Internationalization in 2020

JavaScript has come a long way in improving its usability across languages and cultures, and 2020 looks like it will be an exciting year for the Internationalization API. This API offers ways to format numbers, dates and compare strings in a different language. In this article, you will learn what internationalization is and why it is important in order to expand a product’s market. Learn more. ›

npm is joining GitHub

GitHub announced they have signed a deal to acquire JavaScript packaging vendor, npm. With this new purchase, GitHub aims to improve the security of the open source software supply chain and enables users to trace a change from a GitHub pull request to the npm package version that fixed it. GitHub also promised that users would not notice a difference and that the public npm registry would remain free. Check it out. ›

Carbon - Create and share beautiful images of your source code

Are you in the habit of sharing screenshots of your code on Twitter or other social media platforms? Then you'll probably agree those tend to look a bit plain and uninviting. Well, we have just the tool for you! Carbon offers an easy way to build and share aesthetically-pleasing images of your source code. All you have to do is import your code and Carbon lets you customize the image by changing the syntax theme, background color/image, window theme, or padding. Now, go dazzle your followers with your newfound design prowess! Read more. ›

Transloadit at Hack the Burgh VI

We would like to give you an inside look at a hackathon Transloadit recently took part in, Hack the Burgh. We were represented by three Transloadians: Elena, Marius and Charlie. They enjoyed a weekend full of hacking and hanging out, and witnessed the creation of outstanding projects. It was a fantastic event and a great meet-up opportunity for the team. Read all about it in this blog post by Charlie. Enjoy! ›

Uppy 1.10.1 - Facebook and OneDrive support

We're happy to report that Uppy has learned a few more new tricks! The latest version adds support for Facebook and OneDrive, so you can now import directly from these platforms as well. Read the blog post to find out what you need to do in order to get these new integrations running for yourself. We are very excited about this release and can't wait to hear your feedback! Check it out! ›