It’s January 5, 2023, and Gluon has just released a new approach for building desktop applications from Web sites using Node and already installed browsers. Notably, Gluon supports both Chromium and Firefox. Deno can also be used in place of Node, and it caters to Windows and Linux, with initial macOS support just released this week. To learn more, check out their GitHub repository.
Node.js v19.3.0 (Current) has also been released a few weeks ago, which upgrades npm to v9.2.0, a significant enough release to require an explainer in the release notes.
TelemetryHub, an observability system, is now offered to make monitoring, debugging, and keeping systems running smoothly affordable. It provides single point of access to all of your logs, data, metrics, and traces in one place, so you can see everything in one place.
Nick Fahrenkrog (Doordash) provides an interesting perspective on the five challenges to building an Isomorphic JS Library, which refers to code or libraries that run both on client and server runtimes with minimal adaptations.
Gleb Bahmutov explains why Cypress v12 is