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TypeScript 4.9 RC, Ember Security Releases, Node updates, Jasmine 4.5, and more | Front End News #082

NOTE: This is issue #082 of my newsletter, which went live on Monday, November 7th. If you find this information useful and interesting and you want to receive future issues as they are published, ahead of everyone else, I invite you to join the subscriber list at

It has been a quiet week in the industry. We got the monthly roundup of changes to the web platform. On the release radar, we have TypeScript 4.9 RC, Ember Security Releases, a lot of Node updates, Jasmine 4.5, and more. And to compensate for the lack of news, I'm adding a selection of icons, illustrations, and other useful resources.

Browser news

Rachel Andrew continues her monthly roundup of the main additions to the web platform. We got stable releases from Firefox 106, Chrome 107, and Safari 16.1. The animation of grid tracks is now supported on all major browsers. Other features include additions to getDisplayMedia(), Web Push for Safari, and more.

Software updates and releases

Front End Resources

There's more where that came from. Explore the rest of the Front End Resource collection.

Wrapping things up

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That's all I have for this issue. Have a great and productive week, keep yourselves safe, spend as much time as possible with your loved ones, and I will see you again next time!

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Timeless DEV post...

Git Concepts I Wish I Knew Years Ago

The most used technology by developers is not Javascript.

It's not Python or HTML.

It hardly even gets mentioned in interviews or listed as a pre-requisite for jobs.

I'm talking about Git and version control of course.

One does not simply learn git