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!

Meet Babel 7 huge release! Syndicode news

Meet Babel 7 huge release!

As you might know, Babel is a JS transpiler that is popular for its ability to turn ES6 or ES7 into the code that can run on your browsers and devices. As most of them still support older standards. With Babel, you can write your code in the latest conventions and not worry about compatibility errors. It’s been 3 years from the las Babel update – Babel 6. And now we want you to meet Babel 7 huge release!

Monthly most popular JS repositories. Chilling time. Syndicode JS digest

Monthly most popular JS repositories. Chilling time

While we were preparing this issue we encountered a simple but vital question asked on What are the latest trends in frontend development nowadays? Making a scope of the most popular open source projects will help us better understand what is going on in the web development world. This time we’ll do a brief analysis of the monthly most popular JS repositories. Chilling time is the best part of the summer, so to get more time for relaxation – read about, explore and use these great tools. They’ll save your time! For example, a mechanism for programmatically making web requests in the browser, diagrams and flowcharts generator, UI kit, React boilerplate, JS storage to improve the offline experience, text-based browser and many more of interesting and useful repositories!

Syndicode Digest #64 – Whenever inspiration. Syndicode digest

Syndicode Digest #64 – Whenever inspiration

You can never expect for inspiration to come when you need it. Oh, no, it doesn’t work like this. The inspiration has got the most stupid habit to come when you’re sleeping, or eating, or chatting and then you tend to forget about the idea very fast. Because you were busy with some other urgent tasks or your head was filled with other thoughts, not very related to the inspiration motive. However, never rely on inspiration! It is a pretty vital but bad companion. That is why we worked on our ‘Syndicode Digest #64 – Whenever inspiration’ regardless of the afflatus but relying on the most interesting materials we collected during this week! 

Sucrase is a super-fast alternative to Babel. Syndicode news

Sucrase is a super-fast alternative to Babel

Working with Babel? Sure, it’s great! But don’t you want to skip these steps of tokenizing the input source code into a token stream and walking the AST to compute the scope information for each variable? If you could work on a lower level and use a custom parser for its use case, you could be much faster! But look what we have found… Sucrase is a super-fast alternative to Babel!

Weekly most popular JS repositories. Flip-flops season. Syndicode news. JS digest

Weekly most popular JS repositories. Flip-flops season

This is the scope of the latest weekly most popular JS repositories. Flip-flops season is the official time to forget about your shoes and feel the summer with your feet! This new scope of open source projects will make your work efficient, fast and fun! In the new Syndicode JS digest, you’ll find JS algorithms and data structures, a runtime that supports TS, React components, math library, UI elements, a wrapper for working with arrays and objects and many more neat projects… Explore and enjoy!

Material-UI v1. Syndicode news

Material-UI v1

On May 17, Material-UI v1 has finally arrived! Material-UI is open source project, React components that implement Google’s Material Design. And it took developers two years to release its stable version. Let’s find out what’s inside Material-UI v1!

TypeScript 2.9 is here, so what are the key changes? Syndicode news

TypeScript 2.9 is here

Last week the new version of TypeScript was released. When your code is run through the TypeScript compiler, you’re left with clean, readable, and standards-compliant JavaScript code, potentially rewritten to support much older browsers that only support ECMAScript 5 or even ECMAScript 3. So, the new TypeScript 2.9 is here. What’s new about it?