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Chasing Memory Bugs through V8 and WebAssembly

9 December 2021 @ 12:00 am

Since the introduction of WebContainer a few months ago, we have witnessed with great delight how the excitement about this technology has grown, and how countless projects have pushed its boundaries. We are really happy with the results, and we will be sharing a few details of how it works in the coming months. We can say one thing right out of the bat: WebAssembly and Rust are a crucial part of it. WebAssembly is key to enable critical, CPU-bound tasks on the web, which abound in our OS-like layers. There is simply no way we could aspire to rival the performance of native toolchains if it did not exist. Concerning Rust, much has already been said about how it is the best fit for targeting WebAssembly, and we wholeheartedly agree with this assessment. The tooling and documentation are a bit rough for the uninitiated, but exposing your Rust code to the web through wasm-bindgen does feel ma

Remix v1 has landed, and it runs on WebContainers

22 November 2021 @ 12:00 am

There are few people who have influenced the React ecosystem as much as Michael Jackson, Ryan Florence, and Kent C. Dodds. Their experiences as library authors & educators have made them domain experts on the hardest problems React developers face on a daily basis, both with the DX of existing frameworks but also patterns and concepts that were confusing to learners. So when they announced they were collaborating to make a new framework that would address these issues, there was a lot of excitement in the React community. Today the Remix team publicly released version 1.0 and is fully open source for all to use. We've been working with their team the past few weeks and in tandem with today's launch we're thrilled to announce the official support for Remix in WebContainers. πŸŽ‰ So how fast is Remix on WebContainers? Scary fast. Like, don't close your eyes fast. But don't take my word for it:

SvelteKit is now fully supported in WebContainers

19 November 2021 @ 12:00 am

We've been big fans of Svelte for a long timeβ€”in fact, it was one of the first frameworks we ever added support for on StackBlitz! Our admiration of Rich's work (and vice versa) has only grown stronger over the past few years as both Svelte and StackBlitz have evolved rapidly, enabling new types of development and debugging experiences for modern web apps. To celebrate a major milestone, our team has been hard at work on a little surprise for the Svelte community ahead of SvelteSummit: We're excited to announce the official support for SvelteKit in WebContainers! πŸŽ‰ SvelteKit was one of the best tests of WebContainer's ESM implementation and took a few months to nail down. The end result is pretty magical - in one click, you can now boot a fullstack SvelteKit applic

We've seen enough: StackBlitz is now the largest backer of Vite

9 November 2021 @ 12:00 am

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. That's why today, we are excited to share that StackBlitz is now the largest backer of Vite core development. πŸš€ We're excited to have StackBlitz backing Vite's development, and deepen the collaboration between our teams.

Shopify partners with StackBlitz to bring Hydrogen development in-browser

8 November 2021 @ 12:00 am

Today we're excited to announce our latest partner with StackBlitz WebContainers β€” Shopify! Shopify has always been great at utilizing the best that the web has to offer in order to provide a seamless experience for building e-commerce products. Such a web-first approach is something that lays at the core of what we do here in StackBlitz as well, so we were thrilled when Tobi LΓΌtke revealed a sneak peek of their new React framework named "Hydrogen" earlier this year. Why Hydrogen? Permalink Hydrogen is built by Shopify as a commerce-focused React framework with file-based routing, which is a great foundation for a solid developer experience. But Hydrogen goes even further. Recognizing that Re

StackBlitz September 2021 Update

12 October 2021 @ 12:00 am

Welcome to the September 2021 update for StackBlitz! There are a lot of great upgrades & fixes in this version that we hope you will like, some of the key highlights include: New frameworks supported Database support in WebContainer DX & compatibility improvements/fixes Want to try new features as soon as possible? Come join our Discord community and try the latest updates as soon as they are available. Now, without further ado: Updates to StackBlitz platform in August and September of 2021 New frameworks and tooling support Permalink Added the

Introducing Templates!

4 October 2021 @ 12:00 am

Last month we've introduced – the fastest way to start Vite project, and the JavaScript community loved it! Introducing: templates! Permalink One catch with was that it would only initialize a basic JavaScript project. If you wanted to use a specific framework, you'd have to npm install all the necessary dependencies and create some boilerplate files. In contrast, when you're running a Vite initialisation script manually, it provides a set of official templates to help developers initialize a project specifically for Vue, React, or other similar setups. So once we've announced the Vi

Announcing WebContainers Astro support! πŸ›°

15 September 2021 @ 12:00 am

Today we are proud to share that our amazing engineering team have made all the necessary updates to the WebContainers platform – and the StackBlitz editor itself – needed to support Astro! πŸš€ You can try it now! Astro now supported in StackBlitz WebContainers Why are we hyped about Astro? Permalink This minimalistic bundler provides a pretty unique approach to building websites. It's focused on static HTML, striping all the JavaScript from your final build by default – and hence the fastest site loading experience possible! Great for your users, and SEO ❀️ (it will in fact ev

Introducing: SQLite3 support in WebContainers! πŸ§ͺ

10 September 2021 @ 12:00 am

The introduction of WebContainers opened the possibility of using browsers to run all kinds of Node-based toolchains like Eleventy blogs, Docusaurus documentation, Nuxt / Next.js websites and more. These SSR/SSG solutions often rely on various markdown dialects as a source of their data – that is quite a convenient way of storing text after all. While these types of read-only applications are incredibly common, having the possibility to connect to some kind of SQL database would enable new types of applications that need both read and write capabilities. This has been a top-requested feature, as it enables everything from todo apps to authentication systems. That is why we are really excited to announce the exp

StackBlitz July 2021 Update

10 August 2021 @ 12:00 am

Here we are, another 85 pull requests later! What does this number mean to the StackBlitz community? In our previous update here's what we expected to ship in July: Full Node.js ESM support in WebContainer Enabling non-JS tools like esbuild and their consumers (i.e. vite, snowpack, etc) to run natively in WebContainer Adding a new batch of officially supported starter projects to our homepage/dashboard Editor DX improvements How well did we do? Let's go over the list of the new features, fixes and improvements introduced in July! Updates to StackBlitz platform in July 2021 Major technology and DX improvements πŸš€

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