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Full-stack Web Development embodies every aspect of web development, from Front-End to Server-Side and everything in between. With so many changes in technologies like Angular, MongoDB and Express it’s hard to keep track. As a result, Packt Hub brings you the latest news, updates and insights to help you. We provide tutorials and more to help you master stacks like MEAN and MERN.

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Google’s V8 JavaScript engine adds support for top-level await

Yesterday, Joshua Litt from the Google Chromium team announced to add support for top-level await in V8. V8 is Google’s open source high-performance JavaScript...
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Chrome 78 beta brings the CSS Properties and Values API, the native file system...

Last week, Google announced the release of Chrome 78 beta. Its stable version is scheduled to release in October this year. Chrome 78 will...
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Apple releases Safari 13 with opt-in dark mode support, FIDO2-compliant USB security keys support,...

Yesterday, Apple released Safari 13 for iOS 13, macOS 10.15 (Catalina), macOS Mojave, and macOS High Sierra. This release comes with opt-in dark mode...
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Announcing Feathers 4, a framework for real-time apps and REST APIs with JavaScript or...

Last month, the creator of the Feathers web-framework, David Luecke announced the release of Feathers 4. This release brings built-in TypeScript definitions, a framework-independent...
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Mozilla brings back Firefox’s Test Pilot Program with the introduction of Firefox Private Network...

Yesterday, Mozilla relaunched its Test Pilot Program for the second time, alongside the release of Firefox Private Network Beta. The Test Pilot Program provides...
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GitHub updates to Rails 6.0 with an incremental approach

After running the pre-release version of Rails 6.0 for months in production, the GitHub application was deployed to production on its official release last...
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Firefox 69 allows default blocking of third-party tracking cookies and cryptomining for all users

On Tuesday, Mozilla announced the release of Firefox 69. This release comes with default blocking of third-party tracking cookies and cryptomining, for all users....
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React DevTools 4.0 releases with support for Hooks, experimental Suspense API, and more!

Yesterday, the React team announced the release of React DevTools 4.0 for Chrome, Firefox, and Edge. In addition to better performance and navigation experience,...
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Is Dark an AWS Lambda challenger?

On Monday, the CEO and Co-founder of Dark, Ellen Chisa, announced the project had raised $3.5 million in funding in a Medium post. Dark...
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ES2019: What’s new in ECMAScript, the JavaScript specification standard

Every year a new edition of the ECMAScript (ES) scripting-language specification standard comes out. This year it is its tenth edition, also known as...

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You can now use WebAssembly from .NET with Wasmtime!

Two months ago, ASP.NET Core 3.0 was released with an updated version of the Blazor framework. This framework allows the building of interactive client-side...

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