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AngularJS 1.0 temporal-domination is out!

Let's party!!!

AngularJS lets you write web applications as if you had a smarter browser.  It lets you extend HTML's syntax to express your application's components clearly and succinctly and lets use standard HTML as your template language.  And it automatically synchronizes data from your UI (view) with your JavaScript objects (model) through 2-way data binding.

Today we are announcing the 1.0 release of AngularJS.  We’d like to thank our early adopters, and we’re excited to share it with you who haven’t yet experienced it.

http://googledevelopers.blogspot.com/2012/06/better-web-templating-with-angularjs-10.html
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Take a run at learning Ember.js with this handy tutorial to get you started.

/via +Pete LePage

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Just posted this in a comment on another post. I think it is an important concept worth sharing more broadly.

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Exciting news that Web Intents (prefixed) has landed in Chrome Stable.

We are very keen to get your feedback on the API and see the apps that you build with this.

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Chrome DevTools now has robust Web Worker inspection. You can also view all inspectable targets (pages, extensions, workers) at chrome://inspect/

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Hey Extension Developers: we've got a new experimental downloads extension API for you to play with. The downloads API allows you to programmatically initiate downloads, and in the future, you will also be able to monitor and manipulate downloads. Much like you can do with chrome://downloads. It's available in stable today (18+) but it's behind an experimental flag.

We've got a sample extension for you to play with at http://goo.gl/TgkYJ. And we really want to hear your feedback, especially on the first function: chrome.experimental.downloads.download() to make sure it's going to meet your needs. You can file bugs or submit your feedback at http://new.crbug.com. We also have a list of known issues at http://goo.gl/MheQ1

On behalf of +Ben Hayden

#ChromeExtension #ChromeExtensionAPI #ChromeExperimental

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