Sneak peek: CanJS 5’s new data layer
In our first community survey, making it easier to configure and understand can-set was one of the top-voted items. We’re excited to deliver on that proposal in CanJS 5, which will include the following new modules that are easier to understand and configure:
We’d appreciate your feedback on those docs and the new Observables and the service layer section of the CanJS 5 Technology Overview. Your feedback now can help us improve the docs and APIs before we release CanJS 5 in the coming weeks.
Improved can-stache warnings
Check out Kevin Phillips’ forum post on the improved warnings for more information, and if you run into any warnings that don’t quite make sense, please file an issue in can-stache!
Recent StealJS releases
- email@example.com: fixes projects that use the
folder/indexconvention and dev bundles
- firstname.lastname@example.org: fixes an issue where an object like
freeModule.require('util')would inadvertently trigger CommonJS dependency detection
- email@example.com: adds the ability to set
load-bundles="false"from the steal script tag and turn off loading of bundles while in production mode
- firstname.lastname@example.org: fixes Windows compatibility
- steal-mocha@2: upgrade to Mocha 5
- email@example.com: fixes issues with dev bundles and
We run a community survey every six weeks to get a feel for what everyone would like Bitovi’s open source team to prioritize (sign up here if you’re not on our list).
We’re currently working on these proposals:
- Improve routing to components (in progress for CanJS 4.3; will serve as a foundation for adding a routing guide and testing guide)
- can-query / make it easier to configure and understand can-set (in progress for CanJS 5)
- Easy state management for React with can-observe (in progress, currently called ylem)
After CanJS 5 is released, we plan on working on these proposals:
- Improve the content of the CanJS documentation
- Make it possible to support IE11
- CanJS Getting Started Video
- Improve compatibility with webpack
Say hi in person or online
- Los Angeles: Monday, July 9th: Building a Text Editor
- Chicago: Wednesday, July 11rd: Managing Modals
Live stream from the last DoneJS LA.
Last but certainly not least, we’d like to recognize the following people for their contributions to our open source projects:
- Adam L Barrett’s contributions to ylem
- Austin Kurpuis’ contributions to ylem
- Austin Sanders’ contributions to CanJS
- Brad Momberger’s contributions to testee-client
- Christopher Baker’s contributions to ylem
- Manuel Mujica’s contributions to CanJS and StealJS
- Qirui Sun’s contributions to CanJS
- Ryan Wheale’s contributions to ylem
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