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Which Frontend JS-Framework uses the new Google+?

They wrote in a post: „… so we used a framework that makes server-side and client-side rendering easy without the downside of having to implement everything twice — on the server and on the client.“ What framework is it? I doubt that it is Angular2 but what then? In the rendered source they have DOM-Attributes like: `jscontroller=""`, `jsmodel=""`, `jsaction=""` Somebody seen this before?

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Richtig guter visueller Vergleich... 

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My Mum has a strange problem with her phone. It seems there is a blind spot on the touch screen, as you can see on the picture.

Any idea someone? 
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As I wrote the comment on my question here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+YvesSchleich/posts/dtea9mnzEH5

A wild question appeared ... 

How or do you handle disabled JavaScript?

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I just finished my first real project with +AngularJS but at the end I realized that I get a lot of hassle with Facebook sharing because I didn't think of that Facebook doesn't renders JavaScript.

So far I finished this article: http://www.michaelbromley.co.uk/blog/171/enable-rich-social-sharing-in-your-angularjs-app

And could fix it for Single Items but I still have the issue if I want to share the page with some default Image and Text. Even Google has Problems even if it should render JavaScript:
https://www.google.de/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=gopyng.com

Do you have any suggestions how to fix that?

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Sicherheitslücke in git: Jetzt updaten!
Wer Angreifer draußen lassen möchte, sollte ihn updaten. Infos gibt es bei GitHub [1]. Wer beispielsweise Homebrew [2] auf dem Mac benutzt, macht dies einfach im Terminal:

$ brew update && brew upgrade git

[1] https://github.com/blog/1938-vulnerability-announced-update-your-git-clients
[2] http://brew.sh/

#git   #security   #hack  
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