Coding News Summary — MDB, Node LTS, Firebug, Android Studio, Graphcool, Google Planets, and Bakesale
MongoDB had a successful IPO and began trading on the Nasdaq under ticker symbol “MDB”. The starting share value jumped more than 30 percent on its first day. MongoDB is one of the most popular choices for software developers when it comes to working with databases.
Mongodb Inc: NASDAQ:MDB quotes & news - Google Finance
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Node 8 is LTS
Node 8 is now the LTS version starting with Node 8.9 and the current branch is now Node 9.0. If you have an application that has been running on the previous Node LTS 6, now is the time to start planning for an upgrade.
CVE-2017-14919 - In zlib v1.2.9, a change was made that causes an error to be raised when a raw deflate stream is…
Starting with Firefox version 57, Firebug, the very popular web development tool, will reach its end-of-life. Firebug was the first tool to offer the amazing debugging capabilities that we all still use to this day. Everything Firebug offers is now available in the official Firefox Developer tools.
Saying Goodbye to Firebug
The most popular and powerful web development tool. Firebug has been a phenomenal success. Over its 12-year lifespan…
Android Studio 3.0
Android Studio version 3.0 was released with many features and improvements as well as some breaking changes to the Gradle DSL. Kotlin is now supported out-of-the-box and the build process should be much faster. Many nice features were added to the editor. I love the new profiler, which can be used to inspect CPU, memory, and network resources, and it includes a timeline for events.
Android Studio 3.0
Posted by Jamal Eason, Product Manager, Android Android Studio 3.0 is ready to download today. Announced at Google I/O…
The Graphcool Framework
For the GraphQL fans out there, Graphcool open-sourced their new framework, which helps in building and deploying production-ready GraphQL backends. Most notably, it helps in implementing permissions and real-time subscriptions. If you want to use GraphQL but you’re not sure which language best fits your need, this new Graphcool framework might have some answers for you.
Introducing the Graphcool Framework
Including GraphQL Database, Permission System, real-time Subscriptions and Cloud Native runtime
Planets on Google Maps
If you zoom out far enough on Google Maps today, you’ll get into space where you can explore many planets and moons from Mercury all the way to Pluto. The details on these images are very impressive.
Space out with planets in Google Maps
Special thanks goes to astronomical artist Björn Jónsson, who assembled the planetary maps of Europa, Ganymede, Rhea…
One of our side-projects at jsComplete.com is now MVP-complete. We named it Bakesale and it’s open-source. Bakesale is a purpose-driven marketplace that enables you to donate your talent to support your favorite causes and charities. Check it out at BakesaleForGood.com
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