Syndicode Digest #74 – Charity fair. Syndicode digest

Syndicode Digest #74 – Charity fair

There were busy days! Due to the lack of time and bunch of projects, we couldn’t share with you all those great news we found. But today’s digest is a special digest. We’ll include here everything that you could have missed and everything that you should know in the future. The tech stack is evolving with a speed of sound and that’s fantastic! Welcome to our new Syndicode Digest #74 – Charity fair!

What technologies are in use by 20,000 JavaScript developers in 2018? Syndicode news

The State of JavaScript 2018. What technologies are in use by 20,000 JavaScript developers in 2018?

This survey is well-known with developers since 2016. And what is more important, with a pinch of analysis, The State of JavaScript 2018 can help business to create new successful products. The scope of technologies that are in use by 20,000 JavaScript developers in 2018 can tell a lot about the industry, trends, dominating leaders and even predict some demand for the new products developed using the most popular JS frameworks. 

Monthly most popular JS repositories. Gloomy weather. Syndicode JavaScript digest

Monthly most popular JS repositories. Gloomy weather

This type of weather makes you want nothing else but sitting at home and watching some movie sipping a tea or cacao. Right? Especially if it’s cold outside. Some might say that such conditions force people to learn something new or improve their skills while there is not much fun on the street. But we have doubts about any kind of motivation in November. Still, you can watch as others getting popular on GitHub with their JS projects. This ‘Monthly most popular JS repositories. Gloomy weather’ is here for you! Enjoy other’s people achievements and use these awesome 3D libraries, business intelligence web applications, code editors, audio libraries, Node app frameworks, and data visualization frameworks and more!

Monthly most popular JS repositories. Golden leaves. Syndicode JavaScript

Monthly most popular JS repositories. Golden leaves

Oh no! Too many cool projects were popular this month. And it was extremely hard to select those worth your attention. Despite it’s unlikely you will use even the half of them, still, our mission is to deliver this chart of monthly popular JS repositories. Golden leaves – this is the code name for them as they became popular in the mid-fall, and they’re all are truly great. Among these open source GitHub JavaScript repositories you’ll find popular JS frameworks, useful resources to build apps, utility libraries, npm packages and data-driven animations, next-generation databases and PWA storefronts… And many other great open source JavaScript repositories you should know!

Weekly trending Ruby on Rails repositories. September, 24. Syndicode Rails digest

Weekly trending Ruby on Rails repositories. September, 24

Despite this digest is called ‘weekly’, we assume that it is now rather ‘monthly’ issue of the most popular GitHub Rails open source projects. But such a period of time gives us an opportunity to select really great repositories and evaluate them to include here. And today, in still so-called ‘Weekly trending Ruby on Rails repositories’, on September 24, we’ll show high-performance implementation Ruby, Graphql-ruby, geocoding solution for Ruby, open-source testing framework, JSON:API serializer for Ruby Objects and many more cool projects!

Syndicode Digest #68 – Vegan pecks. Syndicode digest

Syndicode Digest #68 – Vegan pecks

Sometimes you think that there’s no time to read all of your updates and important news. The developers’ world is so dynamic that you would hardly ever reach the end of your newsfeed. But you can peck some of the most important stuff from our weekly ‘Syndicode Digest #68 – Vegan pecks’! We did all the hard work for you! For instance, you should know that Firefox 62 added support for Variable Fonts, or that Visual Studio Code released a new version this August, with Settings editor UI and Custom menu bar… Let’s move to the main part!

Syndicode Digest #65 – Modest genius. Syndicode digest

Syndicode Digest #65 – Modest genius

When you’re modest, nobody will know how much you do. But when people claiming too much, they’re not taken seriously as talented ones. Because talent comes with modesty and thoughts that your achievement will be evaluated sooner or later. Better sooner, of course. However, sometimes you have to tell the world who are you. Don’t be too shy to share your articles, codebase, design, repositories, and ideas! If you wouldn’t know people’s opinion you will never move forward and get recognition! Or fail. But daring to fail is also an important part of your unicorn’s path! Let’s dare with new ‘Syndicode Digest #65 – Modest genius’!

Introducing GraphQL Cache. Syndicode news

Introducing GraphQL Cache

Earlier we showed you some main problems you can face using GraphQL and some solutions to deal with them. Meanwhile, StackShare have been experimenting with GraphQL for some new features and encountered a couple of gaps in the Ruby GraphQL implementation… There was no appropriate caching solution! That was the reason to create an open source solution as graphql-cache – the new graphql-ruby gem! So today we’re introducing GraphQL Cache!