The State of RxJS – Ben Lesh at Ngconf

RxJS core team member and lead Ben Lesh presented at ng-conf the upcoming features for RxJS 7.Lesh started by reminding the audience of the RxJS goals. RxJS is a utility library that has been steadily growing in popularity, as a result of reactive programming paradigms becoming more commonplace. As an utility library that can be used in many different contexts and frameworks, RxJS strives to be stable and dependable, constantly improve developer experience, and optimize its bundle size.

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Remote Working for Tech Workers is Here to Stay

Remote working is here to stay for tech workers, irrespective of what happens with COVID-19.  Many tech companies are changing their long term planning and hiring practices to allow for remote working in the future, and benefits packages are being reworked to provide support for parents with child care and home schooling pressures.  

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Google Announces New Capabilities for Cloud Functions: Languages, Security and More

Google’s Functions-as-a-Service (FaaS) offering on its cloud platform is Cloud Functions, allowing developers to build serverless solutions which integrate with third-party services and APIs, or IoT backends. Recently the public cloud vendor announced several new capabilities for Cloud Functions such as more languages support, improved developer experience, enhanced security with per-function identities and availability in more regions.

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Test-Automation Playwright Tool Now Records and Replays Interaction Scripts, Captures Test Videos

Newly released Playwright 1.4 brings key improvements to the cross-browser test-automation tool. Using the now public Playwright command line interface, developers and testers will be able to record user interactions and replay them with automatically generated Playwright scripts, generate page screenshots, inspect Playwright selectors, and record videos of test scripts.

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AWS Releases Amazon Timestream into General Availability

AWS recently announced the general availability of Amazon Timestream, a serverless purpose-built database that exposes time-series data through SQL. With Amazon Timestream, customers can save time and costs in managing the lifecycle of time series data by keeping recent data in memory and moving historical data to a cost-optimized storage tier based on user-defined policies.

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