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.

Open Collective wants to give ownership to their community

The first of this two-part article series explains what separates Open Collective from other startups and how traditional forms of ownership are not suitable for their organization. Instead, Open Collective is aiming for a community-of-communities-style model with collective governance at every level, aptly nicknamed 'Exit to Community'. Dive in ›

Introducing Firefox’s new Site Isolation Security Architecture

Firefox has recently released a new security architecture for their desktop app, aiming to increase security as not to allow untrusted and potentially hostile websites running code on your machine. They have achieved this using Site Isolation, which is a method that separates content and loads each site in its own operating system process. Check it out ›

Build better websites with Remix

Remix is a full-stack web framework that helps you develop better websites by leveraging best practices and innovative modern web standards. It lets you concentrate on the user interface and work back through web fundamentals to offer a fast, fluid, and durable user experience. Read more ›

Introducing the /script/run Robot

We're excited to announce that Assemblies now support arbitrary JavaScript code evaluation. Simply add custom code within a parameter using the value "${…}" or invoke your code directly using our /script/run Robot before passing it to a further Step. Learn more ›

Re-loadit - The /backblaze/import Robot

After a long hiatus, we've brought back the Re-Loadit series to introduce our readers to the the capablities of our /backblaze/export Robot. While it is one of our most widely utilized Robots, it has barely received any content coverage. In other words, it was high time to Re-loadit! We go over all the necessary steps to set up this Robot and provide some pointers along the way. Take a look ›