On the bright side, I hope the members of the LoopBack community will use this change as an opportunity to grow the involvement with the project, bring fresh ideas and new perspectives unencumbered by the limitations of the past, and make the project fly even higher! 🚀
All good things have to come to an end, and so the time came for me to close this chapter of my life. Even though I knew for several months this day is coming, I am caught by surprise about the intensity of my emotions today. Sadness, mourning, but also relief and hope.
It was great to build the framework from the initial 1.0 version back in 2013 to the new TypeScript-based version 4.0, I learned a lot along the way. It was even better to build the community surrounding this project, you are awesome! 🤗
As the next step on our journey to fully open governance, we are opening up the maintainer nomination process, empowering all maintainers to nominate candidates from our community.
You can learn more about the process in our docs: https://github.com/strongloop/loopback-governance/pull/8
Večerní brouzdání YouTube mě dovedlo k písni z roku 2012, nečekaně aktuální i v roce 2021 😱
Jsme v prdeli, můžem si za to sami.
Jsme v prdeli, zvolili jsme je sami.
Lately, I was thinking a lot about Rust and Golang, which would be better to start learning first. This article explains really well what's similar and what's different.
Uh oh 😲 @npmjs package-lock.json integrity value for git dependencies depends on the architecture (Apple Silicon M1 differs)
“Italian watchdog fines Facebook 7 million euros over improper data use”
It took Facebook a little over 42 minutes to make that much money in 2020.
Looking into jspm and, like Skypack, I can‘t find anything on subresource integrity support. Unless I’m missing something, these new crop of ESM-based CDNs – while they sound great otherwise – are basically backdoors waiting to happen.
Skypack issue: https://github.com/skypackjs/skypack-cdn/issues/135
jspm issue: https://github.com/jspm/project/issues/92
Great overview of some of the things you can do with CSS today 💪
- Masonry layout
- The :is selector
- Logical CSS functions for sizing
- Specific responsive units for typography
- Scroll margin
- (and few more)
Privacy & decentralisation, sustainable open-source, distributed & remote-first. Node.js, LoopBack.io and IBM.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!