New in Chrome 113: WebGPU API
Quoting the blog post:
WebGPU is a new API for the web, which exposes modern hardware capabilities and allows rendering and computation operations on a GPU, similar to Direct3D 12, Metal, and Vulkan.
Unlike the WebGL family of APIs, WebGPU offers access to more advanced GPU features and provides first-class support for general computations on the GPU.
You can check out the “Can I use” page for WebGPU
so see how far along other browsers are in their support: So far, only Chrome and Edge have switched it on by default.
ESLint v8.40.0 released
semi rule has a new option
Node v20.1.0 (Current)
recursive option to
- Add support for
mode flag to specify the copy behavior of the
- Test runner:
before hook on test
- Support combining coverage reports
npm packages are no longer signed with PGP signatures
In July 2022 the public npm registry migrated away from the existing PGP signatures to a new ECDSA signatures for signature verification.
As of May 2nd 2023, npm packages are no longer signed with PGP based registry signatures. The public key hosted on Keybase will expire.
Nx 16 [“smart, fast and extensible build system”]
- npm scope changes from
- Deno standalone apps, edge deployment and more
- Cypress feature testing
- More helpful tools for visualizing your project and task graph
- The Nx repo switches to pnpm for its package manager
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