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This week in Fastify has seen less releases, as we are finalizing the last tricky updates for Fastify v4. The most important one is the new version of Fastify router, which improves performance on several key use cases. Check them out:
As I evolved in my career to take on the role of a Node.js specialist — capable of identifying bottlenecks and addressing performance issues — I grew increasingly unhappy about the performance and size of the server-side stacks provided by SSR frameworks.
Back in 2012 I was debating if the mobile world would be of Web or Native apps. It took almost 10 years to get there, but finally it’s ok: if kids won’t complain using a web app, neither would you. Read up the full article:
I have been following the growing support for SQLite across the industry and I’m incredibly thrilled to see CloudFlare shipping a database built on top of SQLite! Impressive feat. Read up the full article, which is full very insightful details:
We announced Cloudflare Workers in 2017, giving developers access to compute on our network. We were excited about the possibilities this unlocked, but we quickly realized — most real world applications are stateful.
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.