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Krasimir Tsonev
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Meet the Sequence Expression http://goo.gl/ay2lea I keep learning the basics of #JavaScript. Every SINGLE day.
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That's amazing! Top @CodePen of 2015 http://codepen.io/2015/popular/pens/ Very good frontend and not only skills. #javascript #mastery
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Deep dive into #javascript routing http://goo.gl/3mcavO Learn how to build a router for your single page app.
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Two months ago I published a starter pack for React based on webpack. Today I found out that I need almost the same thing but without the React bit. This simplifies the setup but there are still some tricky parts. So, I made a brand new repository webpack-library-starter and placed all the stuff that we need for creating a JavaScript library.
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I love using functions like map, filter or reduce. They are an important part of my arsenal and I simply can’t stop using them. Today I had to solve an interesting problem and I ended up using reduce.

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PHP will live on. PHP jobs will not.
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Unexpected usage of #JavaScript Array.length http://krasimirtsonev.com/blog/article/unexpected-usage-of-array-length It turns out that length is not just a read-only property.
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Definitely didn't expect array.length to be writeable!
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The return statement in #JavaScript is not the end (but it should be) http://goo.gl/HriFbB #hoisting
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It is not monkey patching. It is topdown thinking.)
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Navigo is #JavaScript routing library with fallback for older browsers http://bit.ly/1VvZm8T It simply maps URL to a function.
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Two months ago I published a starter pack for React based on webpack. Today I found out that I need almost the same thing but without the React bit. This simplifies the setup but there are still some tricky parts. So, I made a brand new repository webpack-library-starter and placed all the stuff that we need for creating a JavaScript library.
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#JavaScript's reduce could be really helpful bit.ly/1JyIvLC It's nice because we may keep a state and still go with pure functions.
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+Terij S. Johansen yep, I agree. That's a downside which I had to mention in the article.
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Flux is an architectural design pattern for building user interfaces. It was introduced by Facebook at their F8 conference. Since then, lots of companies adopted the idea and it seems like a good pattern for building front-end apps. Flux is very often used with React. Another library released by Facebook. I myself use React+Flux in my daily job and I could say that the simplicity is one of the main benefits. This combination helps creating apps faster and at the same time keeps the code well organized.

github.com/krasimir/fluxiny. Feel free to use it in a browser directly or as a npm dependency. because having less code doesn’t mean that is simple and easy to work with. I believe that big part of the problems in the software industry come from the unnecessary complexity. Complexity which is a result of our own abstractions. You know, we (the programmers) like to abstract. We like placing things in black boxes and hope that these boxes work toge...
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