Profile

Cover photo
Joe Zim's JavaScript Blog
466 followers|133,217 views
AboutPostsYouTube

Stream

 
Promises #4 (and final one this week). What's The Point Of Promises? http://ow.ly/NInzu
1
Add a comment...
 
Post #2 about Promises this week: Are JavaScript Promises swallowing your errors? http://ow.ly/NIlpl
1
Add a comment...
 
Choosing Your JavaScript Framework http://ow.ly/NHZIn A fun infographic with all of the main points for deciding on a JS framework.
1
Add a comment...
 
Progressive Enhancement http://ow.ly/NaEXt Can't live with it, can't live without it. A bit more difficult than Craig makes it sound.
Is there a JavaScript-Dependency Backlash? Craig discusses the benefits of Progressive Enhancement. Again. Is that JS Framework the best option for your app?
1
Add a comment...
 
Abstract the "outside". Your app shouldn't know about the web or the database, etc. http://ow.ly/MbXMB
1
Add a comment...
 
Chrome is making some amazing performance enhancements to JavaScript in how/when it is parsed and compiled: http://ow.ly/KCFVc
1
Add a comment...
Have them in circles
466 people
Anniel “Belga” Menezes Cruz's profile photo
Marcos Vasconcelos's profile photo
Mhena Kapoor's profile photo
Alexandr Cherednichenko's profile photo
sebastin buckner's profile photo
Rafael Oliveira's profile photo
Amazing Software Development's profile photo
Bevis Vincent's profile photo
TideKit's profile photo
 
Post #3 about Promises this week: Patterns for Asynchronous Programming with Promises http://ow.ly/NIn1M One of my best from last year.
1
Add a comment...
 
Got a few articles to share about Promises this week. For starters: The 4 Functions You Need To Avoid Callback Hell http://ow.ly/NIkdO
Just want the cheatsheet? Skip to the bottom of the page. Already confident with promises? Skip to the final exercise. Apart from being new and shiny, Promises are a great way to clean up your code, reduce dependencies on external libraries, and prepare yourself for async and await in ES7.
2
Add a comment...
 
For anyone cool enough to still be using Firefox for development - like me :) - http://ow.ly/NcGjY New dev features!
Firefox 40 was just uplifted, and we have a lot of updates to share. This release took a major effort by Developer Tools contributors to ...
3
1
Rodrigo Gonzales's profile photo
Add a comment...
 
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 …
1
Add a comment...
 
The ES6/ES2015 workflow just got a lot simpler to use: http://ow.ly/L4vD1 JSPM handles practically everything for you.
1
1
George Moschovitis's profile photoJoe Zim's JavaScript Blog's profile photoRaghava Nellaturu's profile photo
4 comments
 
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.
Add a comment...
 
Wow! Great JSON REST service mocker from @typicode plus a quick tutorial on how to use it: http://ow.ly/KdtX1 Super Duper Handy
1
Add a comment...
People
Have them in circles
466 people
Anniel “Belga” Menezes Cruz's profile photo
Marcos Vasconcelos's profile photo
Mhena Kapoor's profile photo
Alexandr Cherednichenko's profile photo
sebastin buckner's profile photo
Rafael Oliveira's profile photo
Amazing Software Development's profile photo
Bevis Vincent's profile photo
TideKit's profile photo
Contact Information
Contact info
Email
Story
Tagline
A JavaScript Blogging Adventure
Introduction
A JavaScript Blogging Adventure! Javascript tutorials, articles, and news, along with other web related things. All this in one little blog at http://www.joezimjs.com/