Last year we saw the addition of the biggest new feature to the GraphQL specification since its original release: Subscriptions. GraphQL subscriptions are a way to deliver realtime events from a GraphQL server, while letting clients specify the shape of data they want to receive using a GraphQL query.
Nx also forces you to use a single version of every third-party library (even though it’s possible to work around it when needed ). This is important. If your applications and libraries depend on different versions of, say, TypeScript, they may not be reusable. Using different combinations of libraries can result in hard-to-debug issues. Even if you don’t use Nx, I recommend to create a package called third-party, list major third-party dependencies there, and make other apps and libs depend on it.
Oh, and Bitcoin’s long-term trend is up. The US dollar’s long-term trend is down. It bleeds value little by little, slowly eroding your purchasing power like cancer eating away at you for years without you seeing or feeling it. It’s called inflation. One day you will wake up and find your dollar is worth a lot less than it once was because it’s designed to decrease in value over time.