We present Polypane 16 and two releases of Safari Technology Preview: 182 and 183. There are many important entries on the Release Radar, including Angular 17, Node 21.2, TypeScript 5.3 RC, Vite 5.0, and more. And we're wrapping things up with a collection of tools, images, fonts, and other valuable resources.
Meet the winners of the 2023 edition of js13kGames. We welcome Chrome 118 and 119, Firefox 119, MS Edge 118, Safari 17.1, Safari TP 181, and Vivaldi 6.4 for desktops. On the Release Radar, we encounter Astro 3.3, Electron 27, Material Web 1.0, Node 21, TypeScript 5.3 Beta, Yarn 4.0, and more. Last, we got a large bundle of images, editors, generators, and other assets and tools for your projects.
The State of HTML completes the web platform survey trilogy. In Browser News, we have Firefox 118, Vivaldi for iOS and iPadOS, and Safari Technology Preview 180. The signals on the Release Radar include Astro 3.2, Deno 1.37, Hugo v0.119, Neutralinojs v4.14, Next.js 13.5, Node v20.8, and more. The resource package contains an extensive collection of programming fonts, a tool to create beautiful moving gradients, and many other helpful things.
State of CSS 2023 results are available, and you can submit your proposal for Interop 2024. In Browser News, we have a look at what happened to the web platform in August, and we check the major browser releases that occurred since the last issue: Chrome 116 and 117, Firefox 117, Polypane 15, Safari 16.6 and 17, and Vivaldi 6.2. On the Release Radar, we encounter products like Angular 16.2, Astro 3.0, Bun 1.0, Electron 26.0.0, TypeScript 5.2 (and a first look at TS 5.3), and WordPress 6.3. We wrap things up with many tools, assets, and resources for all your design and development needs.
In this issue, we'll explore the July updates to the web platform, how to get better search results with DuckDuckGo, and the recent browser releases (Chrome 115, Firefox 115 and 116, MS Edge 115, Polypane 14.1, and Safari TP 174 and 175). On the Release Radar, we spot entries such as Astro 2.9, Deno 1.35, Prettier 3.0, Vite 4.4, or the Beta version of TypeScript 5.2. We round up the issue with a large number of resources, assets, and utilities for all your web design and development needs.
MDN launches Playground, their new tool for interactive examples and rapid prototyping. In Browser News, DuckDuckGo launches the beta version of their Windows browser, while Safari users can test many of the upcoming Safari 17 features in Safari Technology Preview 173. On the Release Radar, we encounter entries like Ember 5.0, Svelte 4, and more. And the Resource set of this issue includes cheatsheets, icons, font faces, and some useful utilities.
It's time for the 2023 edition of State of CSS. In Browser News, we have the new Chrome for Testing, Firefox 114, Polypane 14, Vivaldi 6.1, and Safari TP 172, and we get a glimpse and the features in the upcoming Safari 17 beta. On the Release Radar, we have Angular 16.1, Astro 2.6, Nest v10, Neutralinojs v4.12.0, the June Security Releases for Node, and more. The Front End Resources include SVG icons and illustrations, a handful of generators, color palettes, gradients, and free food images.
WordPress Turns 20, we've been using Node for 14 years and React for 10. We find out what's new on the web platform in May. Chrome 114, Edge 114, and Safari Technology Preview 117 are the main browser updates. On the Release Radar, we have Bootstrap 5.3.0, several releases from Electron, TypeScript 5.1, Vuetify v3.3.0, and a lot more. The resources for this issue include icons, a monospace font, CSS backgrounds, and many typography utilities.
Introducing Baseline (and many other announcements from Google I/O 2023). Netflify is launching the yearly issue of the Web Developer Survey. In Browser News, we encounter Safari 16.5 and Safari Technology Preview 170. On the Release Radar, we have Dart 3, jQuery 3.7.0, Next.js 13.4, Qwik v1.0, and more. And we got a large collection of devtool utilities, a variable font, and other useful resources.
Let's welcome the WebKit Documentation Portal. In Browser News, there's the April industry report and many version updates (Chrome 113, MS Edge 113, Firefox 113, and Safari TP 169). On the Release Radar, we got Angular 16, Electron 24, Node v20.1.0, Qwik 1.0, and more. And we wrap things up with a handful of web resources.