Need to Node – Volume 33
This week’s news includes discussions about a new conference: Node Atlanta! And soon, Cross Project Council (CPC) representatives will be selected.
Check this week’s Need to Node to keep up to date with the latest news in Node.js project, events, and awesome articles. You are always welcome to collaborate and participate!
What’s New in the Node.js Project
- There is an issue for engaging the community committee for new conference: Node Atlanta. They are looking to amplify their reach on social media, find speakers for workshops and sharing a blog post about the conference.
- There is an ongoing discussion for nominations of Cross Project Council (CPC) representatives. At the end of the month, the selected representatives will be announced. Stay tuned!
- There is a checklist for next steps on Support levels in package.json. If you are interested in contributing to the package, check this issue!
- Members of the security working group are discussing automating index generation to lower the barrier of entry to end-users.
- There is a feature request for Support Map and Set in N-API and node-addon-api.
Awesome Articles, Links, and Resources
- Choosing the right Node.js Framework: Next, Nuxt, Nest? A handy examination of the differences between three popular server-side rendering frameworks. - by Liz Parody
- New Features Bring Native Add-ons Close To Being On Par With JS Modules a look at how native add-ons have gotten better thanks to N-API and support for module loading and unloading more than once. - By Gabriel Schulhof
- How to know what to test - by Kent C. Dodds
- Experimental Node.js: testing the new performance hooks - by Fernando Doglio
- Check out our webinar, New and Exciting Features Landing in Node.js 12, if you’d like to hear more about the latest release line, which will officially become the current LTS version this October.
One Last Thing...