No JSJam Live This Week
We'll be scaling back our weekly Twitter Spaces to twice a month for the foreseeable future so there will not be any JS Jam Live this week. However, you can listen to last week's conversation with Rishi Raj Jain, Bronifty, Sabin Adams, and Tobiloba right here.
Story of the Week
Embed Node and V8 into the JVM with Javet
Who knows, it might even run on a JVM Lambda Handler! You'll need to account for the 15 second cold start but this incredible milestone ensures that no developer with ever again be tasked with the unreasonable and cruel assignment of having to write Java code.
- Node.js Technical Steering Committee meeting: Windows Might Be Broken Forever? Who Knows Edition
- If we just migrate straight to Node 21 Does that Unbrake Windows??: WHO KNOWS SECOND EDITION
- ES Module imports in Node.js and the browser
- Web Pages in Half The Time: Why Microsoft Chose Astro to Build Their Fluent 2 Design System Website
- Deno KV internals: building a database for the modern web
- React memo is good actually
- The Rise of Next.js: Why It's the Full-Stack Framework of Choice for Modern Websites
- The State of WebAssembly 2023: WebAssembly Continues Being the Premiere Trojan Horse for Rust Web Developers
- New Angular 17 feature: deferred loading (aka We Do Signals Now Too!!)
- Lit 3.0: We get it, web components were a mistake and we're finally letting you use React! We also added Signals cause we refuse to be upstaged by Angular.
Podcasts of the Week
- Metaframeworks and SolidJS with Ryan Carniato
- SolidJS, Software 3.0, and atomic design
- Vlad A. Ionescu - Earthly
- Elliot Marquez on Web Components and Lit
- Use Effect (not useEffect)
- The future of React with Theo Browne
- Angular’s Renaissance: The Community-Powered Framework with Mark Thompson and Alyssa Nicoll
- What's New in AI for Web Developers
One More Thing
If you're like me and have heard of React Forget but mostly just smile and nod whenever it's brought up, this video will give you a good overview of what it means for the future of React.
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