This week has been about a React-like library in Rust, WebSockets vs Server-Sent Events, a language inspired by AWK, a language to compile down to regular expressions, the Alpha-Omega project and GraphQL authorisation patterns.
# Server-Sent Events: the alternative to WebSockets you should be using
An article looking into the limitations of WebSockets and considering Server-Sent Events as an alternative for asymmetric data flows.
# Alpha-Omega Project
A project from The Linux Foundation aiming to help critical open source projects identify and fix security vulnerabilities.
A small programming language inspired by AWK that can handle structured data such as CSV.
# Authorization Patterns in GraphQL
An article exploring how to approach authorisation in GraphQL APIs.
A language designed to compile to regular expressions aiming to be more readable and maintainable.
A React-like library for building fast and portable user interfaces with Rust. Runs on the web, desktop and mobile.