Lundi 30 avril 2018
Weekly round-up: Node.js 10, Java 11 Public Review Spec, new addition to the index family & more
Every Monday we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week we had a lot of important and interesting news going on in the technology world; Node.js 10 was released, we welcomed a new index to the family, we had a fun review of 5 things we can hate about Go and the list goes on.
prototype.toString()now returns exact slices of source code text, including whitespace and comments.
trystatements doesn’t need a parameter anymore
- Line separator (U+2028) and paragraph separator (U+2029) symbols are now allowed in string literals, matching JSON.
- V8 now implements
Java 11: Public Review Specification is outJava 10 was released less than a month ago but thanks to the new six-month cadence, all we can think of right now is Java 11. Speaking of the next Java version, Public Review Specification is out and you’ve got until May 7 to download it. What’s in for Java 11 so far are the following:
- 309: Dynamic Class-File Constants
- 318: Epsilon: An Arbitrarily Low-Overhead Garbage Collector
- 323: Local-Variable Syntax for Lambda Parameters