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.

Deno 1.8 release notes

With this release, machine learning is now at the forefront of Deno. The new, experimental WebGPU API delivers out-of-the-box GPU-accelerated machine learning. Additionally, all JS Intl APIs are available from the get-go, coverage tools were revamped, support for fetching private modules was shipped, and finally, the stabilization of import maps was improved. Read the post ›

Dolt is Git for data!

Dolt is an SQL database with Git semantics. It enables you to perform queries or run updates on your data while also using the Git commands you are already familiar with to pull and push data, merge teammates' data, revert changes, and more. There's even an elegantly named 'Dolthub' for you to publicly host your databases, or store them privately using a pro membership. Check it out ›

Charts.css - CSS data visualization framework

Charts with nothing but pure CSS. Possible? Yes. Chart.css is a modern open-source framework for data visualization. It replaces traditional JS charting libraries with a CSS framework that helps frontend developers to turn data into elegant charts and graphs using simple CSS classes. The framework offers developers deep flexibility, with each component offering several CSS classes and variables to customize your style. Read more ›

Uppy 1.27

This month's release of Uppy, version 1.27, enables you to transform your entire web page to a drag-and-drop area with the drop-target plugin. It implements dynamic dashboard meta fields and adds a whole new integration in the form of Vue 3. Additionally, there are many other improvements that you can read about in the full changelog. Check it out ›

New, upgraded Node.js SDK

It's no secret that as a team, we love Node. We proudly are the first company to use Node in production; and with many of our developers being key contributors to the Node ecosystem, it should be no surprise that we want to see Node in the hands of as many developers as possible. In this spirit, we are incredibly excited to announce the third full-version release of our Node SDK! This release includes a new, more accessible promise API, TypeScript definitions, improved error handling and retry logic, along with numerous other features, bug fixes, and minor improvements. It now counts as the reference implementation for SDKs that all our back-end language implementations could use as a roadmap. Read it all ›