DevToolsDigest: July 22nd, 2021
This week's digest includes news and resources from Netlify, Flightcontrol, JetBrains, Zoom, Prodigy Education, and more.

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The Week in Developer Tools
The Shopify team recently announced enhancements to their Storefront API that makes it possible for store owners to access and manage their entire store and inventory via APIs. 
Flightcontrol is a fullstack deploy platform that runs on your own cloud, supports both containers & serverless functions, & is optimized for fullstack Next.js & Blitz.js apps. If this sounds like something you need, join the waitlist. 
GraphQL represents a fundamental shift in how developers can deliver features to end users faster than ever before. One useful technique that GraphQL enables is the zero-downtime migration,
Industry Research
This report presents the combined results of the fifth annual Developer Ecosystem Survey conducted by JetBrains. 31,743 developers from 183 countries or regions helped them map the landscape of the developer community.
The open-source ecosystem has long wrestled with problems of scale, complexity and free and open-source software’s (FOSS) increasingly critical importance to every kind of human undertaking.
Developer Venture News
The deal marks Zoom’s first billion-dollar acquisition and comes as the company prepares for a post-pandemic world with employees returning to the office. Five9 has seen rapid growth of its own since early 2020, as demand surged for call center technology that would allow representatives to do their jobs from home.
From the Heavybit Library
There’s no doubt that developer love can translate into long-term profits and market share. But the path between developer adoption and meaningful revenue is tough and it’s ever-evolving. In this session from DevGuild: Software-Defined Movements, our panelists discuss how the best bottom-up companies have reconciled and navigated developer community-building and exceedingly larger enterprise deals.