Linker: October 20, 2023

October 20, 2023
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This is the first of a regular series of posts featuring links of interest to developers and nerds. Enjoy them and if you have any suggestions, feel free to let us know by contacting us or in the comments below!

Angular users want better server-side rendering. A survey conducted in 2022 shows that developers not only want better server-side rendering in Angular, but they also want better debugging, profiling and testing.

30 Best Web Development Frameworks for 2023: A Comprehensive Guide. This is a great guide for anyone looking to start a new web project in 2023. It includes a comprehensive list of both frontend and backend frameworks in a variety of languages and weighs their pros and cons.

Green hills forever: Windows XP activation algorithm cracked after 21 years. This is probably entirely useless information, but could be amusing if, for example, you have an old PC lying around or want to run Windows XP in a virtual machine. The only real use-case I can think of for that would be to run old software such as games, but perhaps you have a better idea of what to do with it.

Node.js 21 is now available! The OpenJS Foundation announced the release of Node 21 this week. Following tradition, we can expect Node 20 to move into LTS later this month.

GNOME has a pull request to drop X11 support plus Ubuntu 13.10 is out. Linux & Open Source News:

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