fastify v4.2.0 fixes a few important regressions introduced in v4.0.0 and it resolves quite a few problems when dealing with reference ids in JSON schemas.
fastify-http-proxy v8.1.0 ships a new features that proxy sub-protocols for WebSockets, while v8.2.0 avoid a crash when multiple websockets proxies are registered. v8.2.1 adds support for binary websocket proxying too!
fast-json-stringify v5.0.3 fixes a bug regarding the handling of Infinity, while v5.0.4 fixes a regression introduced in v5.0.0. Unfortunately, we kept finding bugs, so v5.0.5 was released afterwards.
better support for request() throwOnError option (and avoid leaking memory!)
fixes to ProxyAgent on Windows
…and many more!
cloneable-readable v3.0.0 updates the module to [email protected] and drops compatibility with a lot of older Node.js versions. cloneable-readable is one of my most popular modules with a staggering 2.4 million downloads per week! Heck!
A long time ago I defended my Ph.D. thesis with the title “Application Platforms for the Internet of Things”. As part of my research, I explored a lot of possible solutions and I settled for MQTT, a communication protocol. Back then I thought it was the best solution for the job, and in a recent survey 50% of developers are using it to interconnect their devices. I’m so excited to share the news that my friends at HiveMQ have been helping out Netflix!
I’m Will Jordan, and I work on SRE at Fly.io. We transmogrify Docker containers into lightweight micro-VMs and run them on our own hardware in racks around the world, so your apps can run close to your users.
I write about my journey as a core contributor of Node.js, as an author and a maintainer of many modules - including Fastify and Pino. In addition, I speak at conferences, and I will add links to all my talks in case you missed one.