Notes about CMS

Best Headless CMS for Vue: The Top 7 Choices

A headless content management system (CMS) is a software platform that provides the same capabilities as a traditional CMS but without its interface. This can be useful when you want to use your own front-end technology or framework with your website.

Playwright now offers a UI mode

#​631 — March 24, 2023 Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Speeding Up the JavaScript Ecosystem: npm Scripts — The latest in what has been a fascinating series on finding ‘low hanging fruit’ when it comes to performance in the JavaScript world. The author explains it best himself: “‘npm scripts’ are executed by JavaScript developers […]

Transformers: JavaScript in Disguise

#​630 — March 17, 2023 Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly 🤖  Transformers.js: Running ML Models in the Browser — Transformers are a type of machine learning model often used for natural language or visual processing and while running such models directly in the browser is in its infancy, Transformers.js opens up some ML models […]

New JavaScript features of the past few years

#​629 — March 10, 2023 Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly JavaScript Features from the Past Few Years — Packed with examples, this post tackles the changes and tweaks to JavaScript and TypeScript over the past several years (some as far back as ES6/ES2015, like tagged template literals). Linus Schlumberger Astro’s 2023 Web Framework Performance Report — […]

Introducing nsuv

Introducing nsuv nsuv is a C++ wrapper around libuv with the main goal of supporting compile-time type safety when propagating data. You can find the open source package here: Here at NodeSource we are focused on fixing issues for the enterprise. This includes adding functionality and features to Node.js that are useful for enterprise-level […]

Garbage collector experiments

#​628 — March 3, 2023 Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Sandworm Audit: A New JS Auditing Tool — A command-line tool to scan a project and dependencies for vulnerabilities, license issues, and related problems. You get JSON reports, visualizations of dependency trees, and a CSV of all dependencies and license information. Sandworm Experiments with the JavaScript […]

ECMAScript 2023 for President

#​627 — February 24, 2023 Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly 🎵  Strudel REPL: Live JavaScript Music in the Browser — This is a lot of fun. It’s a little online sandbox for putting together small musical experiments written in JavaScript. Use the ‘shuffle’ button at the top right until you find something you like […]

N|Solid v4.9.2 is now available

NodeSource is excited to announce N|Solid v4.9.2 which contains the following changes: General stability improvements and bug fixes Node.js v14.21.3 (LTS): Includes a Node.js security release captured in Node.js v14.21.3 (LTS). Node.js v16.19.1 (LTS): Includes a Node.js security release captured in Node.js v16.19.1 (LTS). Node.js v18.14.1 (LTS): Includes a Node.js security release captured in Node.js […]

AIOps Observability: Going Beyond Traditional APM

AIOps is an emerging technology that applies machine learning and analytics techniques to IT operations. AIOps enables IT teams to leverage advanced algorithms to identify performance issues, predict outages, and optimize system performance. Nodesource sees significant advantages for developers and teams to increase software quality by leveraging AIOPS. We have extended our platform’s (N|Solid) observability […]

JavaScript sans build systems?

#​626 — February 17, 2023 Read on the Web JavaScript Weekly Writing JavaScript Without a Build System — Using a variety of build tools for things like bundling and transpiling is reasonably standard in modern JavaScript development, but what if you want to keep things simple? For simple things, it’s not necessary, says Julia. This […]

Bringing JavaScript to WebAssembly

#​625 — February 10, 2023 Read on the Web It looked quiet at first but wow, what an epic week this turned out to be. There’s a lot to chew on here, and we even have a variety of bonus items at the very end of the issue. Enjoy!__Your editor, Peter Cooper JavaScript Weekly Speeding Up […]

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