Introducing Rome – Unifying the frontend development toolchain

Back in February, Rome – an experimental JavaScript toolchain – was pre-released by open-sourcing its code. Rome is designed to replace Babel, ESLint, Webpack, Prettier, Jest, and others. It unifies functionality that has previously been separate tools. Building upon a shared base allows us to provide a cohesive experience for processing code, displaying errors, parallelizing […]

Rome – An experimental JavaScript toolchain

I’ve been following Sebastian on Twitter for quite some time and am very excited to see that Rome – which he has been talking about for quite some time – has been released into the open … Rome, an experimental JavaScript toolchain, is now open source and available for contributors πŸ₯³πŸ›οΈπŸ“œ It's far from production […]

Rome’s Invisible City

Sometime last week β€œRome’s Invisible City” aired on the telly here in Belgium. With the help of a team of experts and the latest in 3D scanning technology, Alexander Armstrong, along with Dr Michael Scott, explores the hidden underground treasures that made Rome the powerhouse of the ancient world. In his favourite city, he uncovers […]