- James Long has concerns over ES7 async/await. You can use it today in 6to5 and traceur.
- Mach – “An HTTP server and client library that runs in both node.js and the browser.” My question: Why not use the more mature express? Michael’s answer: “mach is like express, request, node-http-proxy rolled into one, with a little nginx and Apache sprinkled in as well, with a thoughtful API.”
- Isomorphic Flux, by Michael Ridgeway. This made a big splash. Whether it actually becomes a thing remains to be seen.
- React.js Conf, EmberConf, ng-conf. Terran, Zerg, Protoss.
- IE team announces support for more ES6 language features. They are kicking butt.
- avik in freenode#flowtype summarizes Flow’s main difference from TypeScript: “The main difference is that flow treats missing annotations as omitted static types (to be inferred) whereas typescript treats them as dynamic by default. as such, flow potentially catches many more errors than typescript for equivalent effort.”
- A good discussion on the differences between Flow’s and TypeScript’s type systems
- 6to5/issue-95 – Great JS minds discuss making ES6 module format transpilation work better with existing CJS
- Async Generators – Composable Async Programming in ES7. Now I feel dumb.
Concerns with GSS:
async/await is sugar for something like co
Concern over node’s technical debt grows:
Advantage of using JWT:
React leads the way: