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It’s time to celebrate a fresh round of releases from our community—many of them 1.0s! The open source projects in this month’s Release Radar are supported by the Apache foundation and used by organizations like Alibaba, Spotify, and AWS. They can also help you build more efficient, beautiful, and robust projects.
Ant Design is an enterprise-class UI design language and React-based implementation used by Ant Financial, Alibaba, Tencent, Baidu, and more.
After 20,000 stars and 60 contributions, they’ve released their 3.0 version. Their revamped color palette and new component design will leave you eager to update.
Symfony is a set of reusable PHP components and a PHP framework for web projects that can speed up the creation and maintenance of your web apps. Used by organizations like Spotify and Drupal, their 4.0 release should make Symfony even more efficient and easy to use. 4.0 also represents 70 percent less code and fewer files and automates the most common tasks.
Netlify is a CMS for Static Site Generators. Its slick new user experience will have you excited to get publishing.
In addition to the brand-new interface features, their docs have been completely overhauled for clarity and now include sample code snippets.
MelonJS is an open source HTML5 game engine that helps developers and designers focus on their games. Developers can use the popular tiled map format to easily bootstrap mechanics and levels.
MXNnet is a flexible and efficient library for deep learning that just released their full-fledged 1.0. The latest updates include performance improvements and a robust set of language-specific examples. The team just joined the Apache Incubator program, and we can’t wait to see what’s next for them!
ONNX is an open standard for deep learning tools to interoperate, bolstering innovation in the AI community. Their 1.0 release with partners like Facebook, Microsoft, and AWS hopes to foster an open ecosystem for AI.