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Here's a great point that specifically talks about Ember, but it has implications to make all open source better: http://ow.ly/MoAhf
About six months ago I decided to bet on Ember.js. Despite the fact that according to some, Angular had “won” and React …
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The ES6/ES2015 workflow just got a lot simpler to use: http://ow.ly/L4vD1 JSPM handles practically everything for you.
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using links makes it a 2 step process instead of a 1 step process, and isn't as nice and clear as npm install ./local/path, but it's still possible. I agree it sucks though.
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Wow! Great JSON REST service mocker from @typicode plus a quick tutorial on how to use it: http://ow.ly/KdtX1 Super Duper Handy
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If you're a BEM CSS person, take a look at this: http://ow.ly/Jc8TP @envato
BEVM and in particular 'chainable modifiers' are an extension to a popular CSS syntax (BEM) and provide us with the ability to quickly and concisely configure a module in HTML.
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About Mixed-Paradigm Languages http://ow.ly/H7ijk by @jacobz_20 - my twin brother: his views on OO + functional languages.
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This article has a bit of age to it (for a tech article), but it has a clean and mostly clear way of doing "OO" JS http://ow.ly/GpwTC
In a sense, JS is the purest essence of a "object-oriented (OO)" language, in that it really is all about objects.
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Abstract the "outside". Your app shouldn't know about the web or the database, etc. http://ow.ly/MbXMB
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Chrome is making some amazing performance enhancements to JavaScript in how/when it is parsed and compiled: http://ow.ly/KCFVc
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First new post I've written in a long while: No More Global npm Packages http://ow.ly/JQXDC
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Anyone looking for a free Dev Conference in WI? #NEWCodeCamp is in Appleton on March 28: http://ow.ly/Jw2BI
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Looks like a step in the right direction: http://ow.ly/HbdMM With the way JS dev is going, splitting into more npm modules sounds great.
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Beautifully said, but I wish he showed some code examples to help explain what he was talking about instead of just English: The Two Pillars of JavaScript http://ow.ly/Gpx2D
Part 1: How to Escape the 7th Circle of Hell
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