Angular, React and Vue.js are three popular technologies that are widely deployed and used for creating rich user interfaces for web applications. They're all somewhat of competitors, but at the end of the day they are all comparable and none holds a significant advantage.
Dgraph, a very ambitious project that aims to match together an advanced Graph Database and a GraphQL API. For database projects especially, stability and adoption are key.
There are only a handful of popular databases in each category, and for GraphQL powered DBs, there is still no gold standard. Dgraph could be it.
The next version of the most popular server side language powering the Web, PHP is scheduled to receive a Just In Time (JIT) compiler in its next major version.
With many tools failing to deliver on their promise of a universal and easy-to-use REST API, people continue to look for options. GraphQL is one of the strong options here, but it can become a bit heavy to implement for quick projects. The JSON API specification is an alternative.
eZ Platform, an open source content management system has received GraphQL support in a community driven experimental implementation. With the GraphQL extension to eZ Platform, developers can query the content repository using the GraphQL protocol.
WordPress is a hugely popular Open Source. The blogging platform turned content management system runs a large portion of the web. Some sources claim a whopping 25% of all web sites are powered by WordPress. But it has had limited effect on other open source projects.
The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is a technology that aims to speed up mobile browsing. It works by using a simplified markup based on HTML. This format reduces clutter and only allows a limited number of features.
AMP is widely thought of as as a Google technology, but it is an open effort and now Microsoft's Bing search engine has rolled out support for it.