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Brave Search has launched a new feature called Goggles that lets users create and apply custom filters that change how their results are ranked. The feature will allow developers to create filters with functions such as removing tech blogs, removing Pinterest, or filtering out posts from the 1,000 most-viewed sites on the web. Several demo Goggles are now available, but Brave will delete these once developers start creating their own. Brave Search is now out of beta.
Shopify has launched around 100 new features for customers interested in social commerce, local shopping offers, cryptocurrency, B2B selling, and more. The new features are part of a semi-annual product sprint called Shopify Editions. This article covers some of the new features including B2B, Tokengated commerce, Shopify on iPhone, and Functions. The push for more features shows how the Shopify platform is expanding.
A team of physicists has created a functional quantum processor. The processor was able to model a small molecule in which each atom had multiple quantum states. It was created by placing 10 quantum dots with sub-nanometer precision in an ultra-high vacuum under a scanning tunneling microscope. Quantum computers can simulate molecules, which could eventually lead to scientists being able to design things that have never been made before.
NASA and Rocket Lab will fly a privately built satellite to a special orbit that is neatly balanced between the gravity of the Earth and the Moon. The mission will test out the parameters of this orbit and verify its stability. NASA intends to assemble a small space station in the orbit. This will be the first interplanetary mission launched by a small liquid-fueled rocket. More details about the mission are available in the article.
Stack Overflow's annual survey explores how developers learn and level up, which tools they are using, and what they want. It provides insights into the attitudes, tools, and environments that are shaping the art and practice of software today. This site contains the results of the survey.
Wasp is a declarative domain-specific language for developers who want to use a modern web dev stack without writing boilerplate. It unifies frontend, backend, and deployment under one concise language. Wasp is designed to be easy to use and scale. Examples of deployed apps are available.
Plausible Analytics is a privacy-friendly alternative to Google Analytics. It is completely independent and self-funded, with four staff and 7,000 paying subscribers. The startup is actively counting stats on more than 50,000 websites without ever paying to advertise. This article discusses how Plausible Analytics started and how it developed into a $1 million annual recurring revenue business.
There are three major browser engines, and they're all open source. Many in the Chromium community are arguing for a Chromium-only web. A Chromium-only web would make interoperability on things like parsing HTML perfect while still allowing people to choose the browser with the features that they want. However, this would affect governance over web standards, especially in a future where the web is regulated by multiple governments.