Opensource.com publishes a wealth of information on a wide range of technical topics. Everyone has their favorite subjects to learn about, yet stories about the various programming languages seem to be of special interest to our readers.
Tools and frameworks
In 10 ReactJS tools to boost your web development skills, Prayaag Kasundra shares a plethora of useful tools to help you bootstrap, design, and organize your ReactJS projects. Prayaag suggests learning these "must-have" utilities to boost your potential value to employers.
Tejas Kaneriya's My favorite 10 Node.js projects outlines essential tools that help with Node.js projects. These include editors, testing tools, style/linting processors, and application frameworks. There are some great tools here to consider, with VSCode and Electron being two of my favorites.
In Use your favorite programming language to provision Infrastructure as Code, Lee Briggs describes Pulumi, a cross-language Infrastructure as Code provisioning tool for creating project resources including containers and cloud services. Lee presents some basic provisioning examples centered around the TypeScript programming language.
New features and upgrades
Alex Vasylenko shares 9 reasons I upgraded from AngularJS to Angular. Angular is a very popular framework with two active flavors: the original AngularJS and its more modern TypeScript successor, Angular. No (migration) pain, no gain—but the benefits to developers and end users seem well worth it.
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