The community that releases updates or new Open Source projects cannot be stopped. Here is the top of the best projects with major releases in January according to Github staff. We share a selection for the start of the course on Full stack development in Python.
We talked a lot about Node.js projects in Release Radar, and here’s another one. Nut.js is a front-end automation framework for Node.js. It runs on Windows, macOS and Linux and provides a plugin system so nut.js can be customized to your needs.
The latest update is an even more powerful plugin system, giving users even more freedom of action. In addition, nut.js 2.0 supports the new Apple Silicon chips. For any changes that break backwards compatibility, see release notes.
Front Matter 6.0
Today, many developers work in VSCode. So why not do something that runs right in VSCode? Front Matter is a VSCode-based CMS for static site generators.
Front Matter gives users the power of a CMS. The latest version adds support for editing data files, support for nested description fields for content types, and more.
Terraform is an open source infrastructure tool for managing cloud services. tsfec is a static Terraform code security scanner that runs locally on your CI pipelines.
There is a neat, developer-friendly output, as well as checks on the correctness of the documentation. Scanning all your templates, tsfec puts development first. Congratulations to tfsec on the first official release!
In the era of APIs, do you want a modern, user-friendly HTTP client for the terminal? Then pay attention to HTTPie. It supports JSON, terminal colorization, sessions, downloads, plugins, etc.
The latest version supports nested JSON, a plugin manager, and more. Read about all the features on the tour at the link on Twitter:
Big Book of R 2.0
Big Book of R is a collection of nearly 300 programming books and resources. This is the perfect place to start your journey into R programming. Version 2.0 brings several long-awaited updates for maintainers.
Resources for each chapter are automatically added and sorted alphabetically. Several built-in backend automation make content exploration more convenient. Check out this great site, and if you want to contribute, you can do it through Google Forms.
Minimal Theme for Twitter 4.0
Twitter is sometimes overwhelming. Minimal theme (or just Minimal Twitter) is a browser extension that provides users with more options for changing the interface than Twitter itself.
The latest update introduces new pop-ups, even more control, and a new mode – Zen. Go to Web siteto download the extension for Chrome, Firefox and Edge.
The latest version is centered around improving the performance of your applications by processing multiple documents. Read about all the updates in the extensive changelog.
In the Release Radar, we have selected many Typescript projects. Here is one of them. d3-graph-controller is a visualization and simulation library for interactive graphs. The latest version introduces new configuration options and redesigned API. Read about all the changes in this log.
Python Battery Mathematical Modeling uses automatic differentiation and numerical solvers to solve problems in the physics of DAE electrochemical models.
Another Pomodoro 1.0
Have you ever opened your browser to work, only to find yourself watching cat videos a few hours later? If so, do you need Another Pomodoro.
The Pomodoro Technique was developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 80s as a way to manage time while remaining productive. AnotherPomodoro runs in the browser and takes this technique to the next level.
With integrated TODO lists, theme and timer settings, and other display features in three languages, you will no longer get lost among the cats. Congratulations to AnotherPomodoro on the first official release after over 430 commits!
Hello Wordl 1.0
Wordle – verbal the gamethat took the world by storm. But this is not the Wordle you know. Hello Wordl is the ability to play as much as you want, and with a twist: you can choose the length of the word from 4 to 11 characters and the level of difficulty.
We thought it would be fun to include it in the selection, it seems to be played by a lot of people. go over to the website Hello Wordl and try it yourself. Attention: the game can eat many hours of your time. If that’s the case, you should probably try AnotherPomodoro.
Release Radar for January
That’s the whole top selected releases. Congratulations to everyone – and it does not matter, with the release of the first version or the eleventh. Continue in the same spirit!
Missed the latest Release Radar? look amazing Open Source community projects for December. We hope these releases inspire you to get involved in Open Source or update your project.
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