- Configurable indentation inside Vue
- Support for TypeScript 3.7 (optional chaining, etc.)
- Support for partial application syntax
@babel/preset-modules: targets module-supporting browsers better than @babel/preset-env
This Babel preset supports the same browsers as @babel/preset-env with targets.esmodules set to true: Edge 16+, Safari 10.1+, Firefox 60+, and Chrome 61+.
Announcing the Bytecode Alliance: Building a secure by default, composable future for WebAssembly
The founding members are Mozilla, Fastly, Intel, and Red Hat.
Two new features in npm 6.13.0
- Support for funding information in
- A new look for the HTML displayed by
npm help «command» --viewer browser
Exploring the Network Information API
Provides information such as: type of connection (Bluetooth, celluar, etc.), speed of connection (slow 2G, 2G, 3G, etc.), and more.
Oh the things you’ll compile – modern WebAssembly [25-min. video]
Analyze your webpack bundle, on every pull request - packtracker.io
A service to automatically track your webpack asset profile. Track your bundle over time, report changes to your pull requests, and use that data to optimize your individual assets. Catch webpack bundle bloat before your users do.
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