Week 32 - 2020
The weekly report from 8/3 to 8/9. You can edit this page (on github) if you find any error.
Deno's registry has been update this week and it has new system now.
We made a number of improvements to our third party code hosting system at https://t.co/ExzGK8DeEN. It now provides immutable downloads to tagged releases and publishing a module no longer involves editing a JSON file. More details in the blog post: https://t.co/PSqEH1dOnC— Deno (@deno_land) August 3, 2020
I wrote an article about it in Japanese.
Deno の公式レジストリの登録方法が手動から自動になりましたhttps://t.co/L2sDTbSl5Q— Yoshiya Hinosawa (@kt3k) August 9, 2020
Node.js has finally unflagged Top Level Await and we're going to be able to use it from v14.8
- This week I found PEP 518 and a cli tool Poetry, which is a dependecy manager tool for python. Poetry looks really good. It's like npm for python and pyproject.toml is package.json for python which is defined in PEP 518.
Rome this week finally published the release announcement of its first beta.
They say that the tool is designed to replace Babel, Webpack, ESLint, Jest, Prettier, and more. It's really brave to say such thing.
I think Rome is going to start being adapted later this year and will be very common tooling in frontend devs next year.
I accidentally found this cellular automaton and found it really cool!
Our new living room looks like this.
某社オフィスの「ファミレス」セットを家の中で再現してみた https://t.co/LmBDBmN9Im— Yoshiya Hinosawa (@kt3k) August 3, 2020
Iyo-chan has done great job this week as well.
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