LAST WEEK'S NEWS AND RELEASES ROUNDUP.
Below is last week's developer news and tools roundup, listing out all the news and tool releases you need to know organized by language, browser, version control systems, and so much more, so you're ahead of the curve.
- Chrome OS was the second-most popular desktop operating system for the full year of 2020, overtaking Apple macOS's position for the first time, market data firm IDC and a report on IDC's data reveals. Apple macOS came in third.
- Linux 5.11 is now available. Highlights from this new release include support for many features, such as Intel’s software guard extensions (SGX). For a more detailed list of changes, click here.
- The beta version of Blitzjs, a batteries-included framework built on Next.js that eliminates the need for REST/GraphQL, is now available.
- Node.js v15.9 is now available. For details about changes, click here.