✨ New releases everywhere!
Doing my best impression of MKBHD So I've been living in the mountains for almost 10 days now, and I'm all settled in! With this move, I realized that apparently all I need in life is good internet (to video call my girlfriend, duh). I'm just trolling, but I really can't find things to complain about — I mean look at the view from my evening jog!
I took the entire last week of from work thinking I'd need that time to help get settled in, and I'm back on my setup. I found out something: it gets difficult to type in really cold weather. 😅 Also, congratulations to everyone who completed Hacktoberfest this year! 🥳
Photoshop's journey to the web — web.dev The idea of running software as complex as Photoshop directly in the browser would have been hard to imagine just a few years ago. However, by using various new standardized web technologies, Adobe has now brought a public beta of Photoshop to the web.
Next.js 12 — Next.js Blog Next.js Conf happened and like always, there's a bunch of really cools stuff! Middleware support, Rust compiler and performance and quality-of-life improvements all around! You can also check out Cassidy "@cassidoo" William's blog post summing up things, and even a one-click starter for Netlify! 🤯
FILE NOT FOUND — The Verge A generation that grew up with Google is forcing professors to rethink their lesson plans — the concept of file folders and directories, essential to previous generations’ understanding of computers, is gibberish to many modern students.
Everything new from Universe 2021 — The GitHub Blog Biggest things: improved issues, automatic release notes and a frikking command palette!!
- Supabase $30m Series A
- Interpreting A/B test results: false negatives and power
- Growing Your Career as a Developer Advocate — Sam Julien, Auth0 Sam recently got promoted to Director of Developer Relations for Auth0!
- Introducing Framer Motion 5! — Matt Perry With their new "Handshake" feature for integrating with Next.js 12 👀
That's all for now, have a great week! I would always link to COVID19India.org here, but they announced that they were sunsetting the project. It feels right, with things slowly but surely getting back to normal — shoutout to everyone who worked on it. If you read this far, thank you! You're a gem and I appreciate you.
Stay kind 💜