How many of you have tried your luck? We’re not talking about gambling or ruffling. We’re talking about belief in your chance, even if you know that there’s no chance at all. Theoretically, this way of behavior is at low probability among programmers because they can predict what will happen according to different assumptions and calculations. But it is also observed that sometimes programmers have no idea what they are doing at all. And the hope that everything will be ok is the only one thing that helps them to continue. Try to identify your type of behavior while reading our new ‘Syndicode Digest #73 – Rare possibility’!
- Let’s start with some theory and history. In a nutshell, Unix philosophy is about build small, focused programs—in whatever language—that do only one thing but do this thing well, communicate via stdin/stdout, and are connected through pipes. Nowadays this philosophy interacts with microservices definition. Right? In 2018 we should revisiting the Unix philosophy…
- On November 6 Ruby 2.6.0-preview3 was released to test new features before coming Release Candidate. Ruby 2.6 introduces an initial implementation of JIT (Just-in-time) compiler and
- Great news for Elixir programmers! Phoenix 1.4 is out! This release ships with exciting new features, most notably HTTP2 support, improved development experience with faster compile times, new error pages, and local SSL certificate generation.
- If you haven’t worked with Angular Material before (both a UI Component framework and a reference implementation of Google’s Material Design Specification), here you will find a guide with series of articles how to get started with Angular Material.
- Node.js 10 is now LTS! Among the new features, Node.js 10 LTS introduces stable HTTP/2 support to an LTS release line for the first time, support for OpenSSL 1.1.0i, Node.js CLI Autocompletion and more…
- As you know, Storybook (the famous UI Development Environment) improves component development, testing, and documentation for React/React Native/Vue/Angular and more. In the end of October a new version of Storybook 4.0 was released! Now it supports six new view layers: Ember, MarkoJS, Mithril, HTML snippets, Svelte and Riot.js.
- Prettier 1.15 is out! This is an opinionated code formatter. And its new version can now format HTML, Vue and Angular files.
- A bit more for ‘Noders’. This is an Offline PDF Documentation for Node, a handy set of PDFs covering different versions of Node so that you have a complete set of documentation in a single place.
- The standards that make up Web Components are built on the philosophy that by providing multiple low-level capabilities, people will combine them in ways that nobody expected at the time the specs were written. Custom Elements have already been used to make it easier to build VR content on the web, spawned multiple UI toolkits, and much more. Despite the long standardization process, the emerging promise of Web Components puts more power in the hand of creators.