Welcome to YUI Weekly, the weekly roundup of news and announcements from the YUI team and community.
This week, we released YUI 3.15.0, the latest and greatest version of YUI. It’s now available via the CDN, npm, or as a zip archive. Andrew Wooldridge did a great job introducing the new features in this release, so make sure to check that out. You can also view the changelog.
There were a total of 449 commits by 19 contributors for this release. Thanks again to the entire YUI community for helping us ship another release. Try it out today!
YUI Open Roundtable
We had a great YUI Open Roundtable featuring Andrew Nicols from Moodle talking about all of the challenges dealing with a broad range of browers, supporting many legacy versions of their software, and distributing a large codebase.
Next week’s guest on the YUI Open Roundtable will be Andy Earnshaw, author of Intl.js.
There were some more YUIConf videos out this week! Are you caught up yet?
- Evan Goer on Thinking of Documentation as Code
- Pull-Request-A-Palooza with Anthony Pipkin
- Bill Walker on Firefox Marketplace: Breaking the Stranglehold of App Stores
- TasteJS had a great post on how to write a web app using ES6, and then transpile it to work in ES5 environments.
- Ariya Hidayat dicussed the differences between `substring()`, `slice()`, and `substr()`.
- There was a great article on Promise Anti-patterns over at Tao Of Code.
That’s all for this week! See you in 7 days!
That’s all for this week. Until next time, folks!