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Yesterday I  created a github repository with a demo app based on angular 1.4 and ngNewRouter ( https://github.com/AnnotatedJS/Angular-New-Router ).
Today I wanted to create a Plunker for it but learned that you can't have folders on Plunker. Next best is a live demo at  http://annotatedjs.com/demo-apps/ng-new-router/
Angular-New-Router - demo app called 'Notes App' which is based on Angular (version 1.4), ngNewRouter (version 0.5). It uses CSS from Bootstrap 3, UI-Bootstrap, and Font Awesome
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It feels like every few days I read about some shiny new way people are writing CSS. Many of these “new” ways are not actually new, they’re variations on one
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Vivus is a JavaScript library for animating SVGs: http://bit.ly/1CwHJ2K - neat stuff.
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It's been a while since I've shared promo codes for my iOS app Front Flash (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/front-flash-selfies-in-dark/id702364884), so here's one for the first 20 people: http://tokn.co/campaign/d5ybw4s8
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Improved exception messages: Goodbye "undefined is not a function". Hello "http://foo.bar  is not a function" 
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Futuristic Routing in Angular

Here's a more detailed article about the new router that is coming to Angular 1.4!

It's still in development but we want to share our thoughts on that one with you.
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Preview of ES6 Rest Parameters in Chrome. A cleaner option for functions that take a variable number of parameters: 
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Excited about this free ebook by +Jens Oliver Meiert
 
New Book: The Little Book of #HTML/#CSS #Frameworks:
http://meiert.com/en/blog/20150304/the-book-of-frameworks/.

I’ve taken all my expertise developing web frameworks (I had, among others, architected two of +Google’s first frameworks) and squeezed  it into a little book—into, quite literally, The Little Book of HTML/CSS Frameworks.

That little book is now available, and what’s great is, the e-book is free! You can get your copy immediately over at +O'Reillyhttp://goo.gl/x7Xv00.

Suffice it to say that at this moment, I’m mostly excited the book is out. Web frameworks get increasingly important, and yet we’re only at the beginning charting the territory. And so I wish that what I have learned from a number of different industry experts in a number of different environments, what shaped a number of successful frameworks and now found its way into this book, will both give back a little, and lend itself to more good use.

(Somewhat German announcement: http://goo.gl/IhNX7E.)
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Is your app consuming a lot memory? Check out this handy "memory-stats.js" library from +Paul Irishhttp://bit.ly/1Ak12sA - monitors your JS heap size (in Chrome) and provides a nice ~FPS meter like overlay.
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HTTP/2 is done: http://bit.ly/1AjHFzJ - hooray! Time to undo all of those HTTP/1 hacks: http://bit.ly/1MvZdiw.
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