Today Microsoft announced the first 2.0 beta of their Open Source TypeScript language. Many were awaiting for the first major revision of the language to include Async/Await - an excellent asynchronous pattern loved by .NET developers.
As a term AJAX has been around for over a decade now. While many still relate to it as rich and fluid interfaces, the real deal is the possibility of making asynchronous requests to the server from the browser.
There is an endless amount of frameworks and libraries available for front end developers. With the importance of the selection in headless CMS projects with Drupal, WordPress, Contentful or the likes, it's now instrumental to select the correct architecture from the very beginning.
After Facebook announced it's Flux architecture for state management, there was a plethora of implementations of it. Maybe even too much so. For the better part of 2016 it seemed that Redux became the defacto option with Dan Abramov now working for Facebook. Now there is a new attractive option on the market: MobX.
With Angular 2 release just around the corner, there is now discussion on how will the new version take off. Is it just too different from the 1.x branch to catch significant marketshare in the squeeze of React and a multitude of other options?