Active support for Vue 2 ended on March 18, 2022, and it is scheduled to reach its end of life on December 31, 2023. This means that, starting from 2024, there will be no more bug fixes or security patches provided. If your application is still running on Vue 2, it is essential to start preparing for the migration to version 3.Read more »
Articles about Upgrade
When upgrading, or paying off tech debt for an application it is important to note that each case requires a distinct strategy. In this experiment, we will explore how the investigation process can be carried out on Express using es6-plato.Read more »
Node.js has always been an essential part of the tech stack for many companies and developers. And here at OmbuLabs and UpgradeJS we use it too, due to its efficiency, scalability, and the robust ecosystem it provides.
Recently, the Node.js team released version 20, bringing with it a host of new features and improvements. In this post, we’ll highlight some notable changes and explain why and how to upgrade to Node.js 20.x.Read more »
In this article, we’ll cover essential steps, from backing up data to performing the upgrade of your servers, to ensure a successful upgrade of Node.js. These steps can be applied to any version, whether you’re moving between older versions or upgrading to the latest stable release.
By following these steps, you can avoid potential issues, such as data loss or compatibility problems, and ensure a smooth process.Read more »
In this blog post, I initially intended to discuss upgrading React Native applications using the “backwards-compatible” approach. However, I discovered an opportunity to explore another interesting topic: An upgrade regenerating the project.
Join me as we dive into a case study where I successfully upgrade a React Native iOS-targeted application from version 0.59 all the way to the latest version, 0.71!Read more »
With the release of React v18.0, several new features and enhancements have been added that can improve the development experience and boost the performance of React applications.
In this post, we will provide a guide to upgrading your React application from version 16.x to version 18.x, so that you can take advantage of the latest features and improvements.Read more »
My team and I were upgrading an OSS project for research purposes, and this blog
was written after the actual upgrade was done. Here we will highlight why the
step of inspecting the application with
SonarQube-like tool is essential and
what we missed because we should have checked it during the upgrade project.
In the fast-paced world of software development, keeping track of dependencies and ensuring
they are compatible with the latest version of Node can be a daunting task. This is where
comes in - a powerful CLI tool designed to help developers determine if their dependencies
support a specific version of Node.