Alpas version 0.16.0 has been released! 🚀
Since our previous newsletter, we have also launched That App Show, an app for showing off apps! We created That App Show as an exercise to both create a real-world app using Alpas and to learn from our experience implementing to see how we can improve Alpas.
From 2020–02–26 thru 2020–03–10
- 252 unique sessions on alpas.dev with representation from 56 countries
- GitHub :️ 👀 358; ⭐️71
- 33 total Slack members
- That App Show — our real-world app that helps us learn how to improve Alpas while showing off the wonderful apps you are working on
- Alpas Resources — a single page file on GitHub that highlights useful websites, real-world Alpas websites, community-crafted example apps, and other helpful resources
- AlplasCasts added a new video on how to create and apply validation rules and guards
Check out the full to-do list for getting to version 1.0 on GitHub.
We are continuing to trek towards v1.0, and improve Notary, Pantry, and asynchronous support for Alpas.
Deepu K Sasidharan takes a deep dive into memory management in JVM.
This article by Martin Hausler covers the good and the bad of Kotlin. Of course, it’s mostly good. 😎
New coding languages pop-up all of the time. However, Kotlin is different and is here to stay. Alex Fedorov discusses several points on why Kotlin is unique compared to other new languages.
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