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Two new features released, 14,000 registrations for ViteConf, and a wonderful community shoutouts!
As we are preparing ViteConf, our community has been sharing amazing projects, and our engineers fixed a handful of issues. Have a look!
Two of the features most requested by the StackBlitz community are finally here!
Learn about HTTP caches, how Faraday middleware work, and how to use them to automagically start caching API calls.
Coming this October: Join the web ecosystem for a free online event featuring 28 all-star speakers and a StackBlitz surprise ⚡️
The conference season has officially begun with StackBlitz getting major shoutouts at OpenJS World and the JSNation Conference. For us it was also a month of two alpha releases: Firefox support and WebContainers API - and more!
WebContainers are now supported on Firefox for desktop and mobile as a result of StackBlitz and Mozilla collaboration! 🥳
May has brought us a lot of opportunities to make our community happy: from hosting sessions at Write the Docs conference to finding plenty of StackBlitz specimens in the wild, we feel pampered basking in the warmth of our community!
What a month! Not only did we secure seed funding, fixed numerous bugs but also met each other in person at a StackBlitz team offsite! Let's see what we prepared for you this month!
With Wrangler 2.0 and WebContainers starting with Cloudflare Workers has never been easier!
We're excited to share that our team has raised $7.9M from Greylock, GV (Google Ventures), Tom Preston-Werner (GitHub Co-Founder), and other leaders across the developer space to accelerate the world's transition to fast & secure software development.
What a busy month! Who would have thought that so much can happen in just four weeks: from projet sharing updates, through 17 new DX features and fixes, to a wealth of bug reporting workflow inspirations. Let's have a look!
WebContainers now support the Node.js ecosystem at large! After ten months of gathering community feedback, we are thrilled to announce that they are out of beta for Chromium-based browsers 🥳
Today we're excited to announce our cross-industry patnership with Microsoft, Fastly, Google, Mozilla, Amazon and others enabling us to bring WebContainers to all devices, languages, platforms, and runtimes.
Hello hello! Long time no see - can you believe it’s been half a year since our last monthly update? We were very focused on preparing some really special treats for you all...
Our update on bringing WebContainers to non-Chromium browsers & on-prem for Enterprise Edition.
Adding cross-browser support for WebContainers is not as easy as you might think. Let's explore the journey of cross-origin isolation together.
As our love for Vite grows, so does our team. We are welcoming Patak, a Vite core team member, to our team who will work full-time on Vite.
While building WebContainers we've ran into some interesting browser limitations with WebAssembly that required deep diving into Chromium's V8 codebase.
We're excited to announce our partnership with Michael Jackson, Ryan Florence, Kent Dodds and the Remix team on WebContainers!
Start building your next SvelteKit project in a browser, in a second!
For those following along, you may have seen the recent collaborations our team has done with Vite over the past few months. It's also no secret that we're quite fond of their approach and impact on the web ecosystem.
Today we're excited to announce our latest partner with StackBlitz WebContainers — **Shopify**!
Welcome to the September 2021 update for StackBlitz! Some of the key highlights include new frameworks support, database support in WebContainer, and more.
Officially announcing vite.new, now supports vue, react, svelte and others with just a URL path!
We're so excited! Astro fits StackBlitz so well – here is why
You can start using databases in your StackBlitz projects!
WebContainer and the StackBlitz platform received lots of updates this last month, let's see what is new and what has improved!
It's been a little over a month since WebContainers – our big reveal – have been made public. We haven't stopped shipping, here's the recap of the latest!
Today we're excited to announce WebContainers, a new type of WebAssembly-based operating system that boots instantly and enables Node.js environments to run natively in-browser.
Documentation used to be extremely important in every engineering project, but now, when so many teams work remotely, it's critical.
We're back with a fresh new blog, some tips, and lots to say! Let's talk the why's and how's of staring your own digital journal.