#​460 — October 27, 2022

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route-list: CLI Tool to Display Express/Koa/Hapi/Fastify Routes — If you’ve got a Node-based webapp and you want to see all of its endpoints in an elegant way, here’s an option.

Vladimir Mikulic

Node 18 Becomes Active LTS with v18.12.0 — Formerly a ‘current’ release getting all the newest features, version 18 is now the active ‘Long Term Support’ release and will remain so until October 2023. Its codename is Hydrogen – quite fitting as the most abundant element in the universe.

Ruy Adorno and Rafael Gonzaga

Free Course: The Last Algorithms Course You'll Need — This super fun free video course dives into data structures, arrays, search and sort, recursion, graphs, trees and much more.

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Secure JavaScript URL Validation — Though conforming to a standard structure, URLs come in all shapes and sizes and you may not want your app to accept URLs that are malformed. This post covers some of the considerations involved.

Mannan Tirmizi (Snyk)

Vercel Releases Next.js 13 at Next.js Conf — React-based site builder Next.js introduces some major changes in v13, with a big focus on beginning to reduce the amount of client JavaScript required to run apps. One huge development is the introduction of the app directory, which can include shared layouts, React Server Components for server-side component rendering, components that support streaming data and new data fetching capabilities.


npm 9.0.0 Released — The goal with this release? To standardize appropriate defaults and clean up legacy configurations, laying the ground-work for future improvements to the default npm experience long-term. Is it a big feature packed release? No.



🛠 Code & Tools

NPKILL: Easily Remove Old or Heavy node_modules Folders — List any node_modules directories in your system, as well as the space they take up. You can then select which ones you want to erase to free up space. It’s been a year since we linked this, but it’s always popular, and a new version has just come out too.

Estefanía García Gallardo and Juan Torres Gómez

Create PDFs Without Any Design Skills Using Just JSON — Use a simple API to build stunning PDFs with pre-styled components for layout, content and data visualization. Get started with automating PDF generation now.

Hybiscus sponsor

patch-package 6.5: Fix Broken Node Modules Instantly — The idea is you use this to apply patches to packages used by your app. Describes itself as a ‘a vital band-aid for those of us living on the bleeding edge’ (!)

David Sheldrick

Five Node.js Logging Libraries to Consider — A quick run through Winston, Pino, Bunyan, loglevel, and npmlog.

Stanley Ulili

Unfurl 6.0: Metadata Scraper — Supports lifting data from oEmbed, Twitter cards and pages using Open Graph tags.

Jack Tuck

Opus 0.9: Native Opus Bindings for Node — Bindings for libopus, a library for working with the Opus lossy audio codec.

Discord.js Team

Don’t DIY Your Notifications: Send SMS, Email, & Push with One Call

Courier.com sponsor

  • SVGO 3.0
    ↳ Tool for optimizing SVG files.

  • Slonik 32.0
    ↳ Postgres client with type safety and composable queries.

  • ws 8.10
    ↳ Fast, well tested WebSocket client and server library.

  • Wild Wild Path 3.3
    ↳ Object property paths with wildcards and regexps.

  • Mercurius 11.2
    ↳ Implement GraphQL servers on Fastify.

  • node-geo-tz 7.0.3
    ↳ Find the timezone based on GPS coordinates.

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