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JavaScript Weekly Difficulty 672: January 25, 2024


Higher JavaScript Shell Scripting with Bun Shell — Efficiency-focused server-side runtime Bun continues its fast evolution with a facet quest into the world of shell scripting by making it simpler, cross-platform pleasant, and fewer verbose. zx gives related (however much less built-in and targeted) performance to Node customers, should you ought to choose.

Jarred Sumner (Bun)

Asserting AdonisJS v6 — If you’d like a backend Net framework with wonderful docs and filled with options, Adonis is an effective selection. v6 is an enormous step ahead transferring to ESM by default, with extra kind security total (together with for routes and middleware references), a brand new validation library, and extra.

Harminder Virk

Study Vite, The Quick Construct Instrument for Fashionable Net Tasks — Be part of Steve Kinney for this video course tour of Vite’s capabilities, together with a have a look at bundling, optimizing static property, scorching module reloading, and its plugin ecosystem. You may come away proficient at utilizing Vite to construct scalable, performant apps.

Frontend Masters

QuickJS: The Small, Embeddable JavaScript Engine — A number of years in the past, Fabrice Bellard, the genius behind FFMPEG and JSLinux, constructed a tiny and full JavaScript engine in C. It now helps ES2023 and its newest launch provides top-level await in modules and its REPL, in addition to assist for some innovative JS options (changelog).

Fabrice Bellard

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📒 Articles & Tutorials

Net Parts in Earnest — That is.. epic! If you wish to actually get a stroll by way of the journey of constructing a whole app utilizing Net Parts and JavaScript, that is it. The app on this case is easy, however full, and the creator exhibits off the realities of going all in with Net Parts right here.

David Bryant Copeland

Jint 3.0: A JavaScript Interpreter for .NET — Run JavaScript inside a .NET app and expose .NET objects and capabilities to JavaScript code. v3 arrives after seven years of labor and is essentially the most standards-compliant JS engine operating fully inside .NET.

Sébastien Ros

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