This week has been about bypassing paywalls, stored procedures in SQLite, a local meta search engine, merging tree-like structures, WASI on POSIX and a web bundler in Rust compatible with Webpack.
A command-line utility and underlying library for comparing and merging tree-like structures, such as JSON, XML, HTML, YAML, plist, and CSS files.
A meta search engine that can run locally providing a secure search experience whilst maintaining user privacy.
An initiative to extend WASI to make it compatible enough with POSIX to enable running POSIX-compatible applications with it. It claims to keep backwards and forwards compatibility with WASI.
You might also be interested in the background provided by Wasmer.
A web bundler compatible with Webpack plugins with out of the box support for TypeScript, JSX and CSS Modules to name a few.
A code generation system for SQLite for writing custom functions using stored procedures in a variant of Transact-SQL (T-SQL).
A service to bypass website paywalls using the same sources as the Google crawler.