JavaScript Weekly Difficulty 676: February 22, 2024


📊 Apache ECharts 5.5: The Highly effective Visualization LibraryECharts’ massive promoting level, past being a nicely supported Apache-backed venture, is its stability of energy and ease. You are able to do quite a bit with it (take a look at the many examples right here) with out the code changing into complicated. v5.5 enhances its ESM help, provides server-side rendering help, and allows you to make incomplete pie charts.

Apache Software program Basis

💌 If it is advisable be satisfied additional, take a look at Alice GG’s Love Letter to Apache ECharts.

Redwood v7.0: The React + GraphQL App FrameworkRedwood is a full-stack Net framework that takes an opinionated method, bringing collectively React, GraphQL, Prisma, and TypeScript, with a deal with constructing full apps quickly. v7 features a new observability instrument known as Redwood Studio, realtime GraphQL options, and extra.

RedwoodJS Neighborhood

Node.js’s 2023 Summarized — Rafael, of the Node.js TSC and Fastify core crew, shares a helpful replace on the evolution of Node.js over the previous yr, how the crew ensures Node is nicely examined and dependable, modifications to Node’s vendor dependencies (of which it gained three in 2023), in addition to enhancements to Node’s safety and Net presence.

Rafael Gonzaga



📒 Articles & Tutorials

A Information to Utilizing localStorage in Fashionable AppslocalStorage has been supported in most browsers for fifteen years plus now, so it’s a dependable option to retailer information client-side, although there are nonetheless conditions the place you wouldn’t wish to use it. An excellent primer, however with a deal with various choices.

RxDB Challenge

▶  Pac-Man in JavaScript in 1 Hour — I felt previous when Ania mentioned “in the event you’ve by no means performed Pac-Man earlier than..” 😅 – nonetheless, she’s again with one other of her implausible, thorough walkthroughs.

Ania Kubów

HTMX vs React: A Full Comparability — It strikes me as difficult to check two very totally different approaches to what’s going to typically be distinct use circumstances, however undoubtedly folks will wish to weigh them up towards one another, so right here you go.

Antonello Zanini and Dan Ackerson

Dax: Cross-Platform Shell Instruments for Node — Just like Google’s zx however makes use of a cross-platform shell with frequent built-in instructions so extra code will work throughout platforms. Dax was initially written for Deno however now helps Node too.

David Sherret


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