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This is a guest post by Jonathan Gros-Dubois. These days it's hard to find a platform that can't run JavaScript - it runs in browsers, on servers (Node.js), on mobile devices (iOS, Android), TVs, drones, robots, and IoT devices....
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More libraries are starting to blend ideas from functional programming, streams, and reactive programming. Yassine Elouafi sent in ADT Streams (License: MIT, npm: adtstream), a library that offers a stream API using promises and algebraic data types. It has methods...
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GitterCLI I'm pleased to see that applications made with Blessed are starting to trickle into the DailyJS inbox! GitterCLI (GitHub: yoshuawuyts/wayfarer, License: MIT, npm: gitter-cli) by Rodrigo Espinosa Curbelo is a Gitter client for the terminal. Those of us...
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AngularJS: API Error Code Handling in Forms When you're writing forms with Angular, it's not always clear how to handle errors in a reusable way. For example, what format should the server use to send back structured error message to...
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Developer and startup founder, Julian Shapiro, has had an impact on the JavaScript world. We've covered a few of his web development accomplishments in the past: we wrote about the launch of Julian's text manipulation library, Blast.js, in addition...
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TJ Steps Down Timothy J Fontaine has stepped down as the leader of the Node project: Given the strength of its community, I'm confident that Node.js is heading in the right direction. With that said, it's time for me...
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Sometimes I feel like client-side developers are adopting ES6 faster than server-side developers. I certainly have projects where the client uses ES6 and the Node server code is more ES5, mainly because I don't really want to use a transpiler...
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When io.js got started there were those that saw it as the "new Node", a more aggressively developed fork that quickly implemented features that were lacking from 0.11 and 0.12. And the lack of the mystical Node....
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WarriorJS (GitHub: olistic/warriorjs, License: MIT, npm: warriorjs) by Matías Olivera is a game that you play by writing ES6 code. Each level is solved by moving the player and interacting with units which include archers and wizards. The simplest...
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One thing Polymer developers advocate is the idea of WebComponents. Adam Timberlake sent in an ambitious React-based framework called Maple.js (GitHub: Wildhoney/Maple.js, License: MIT, npm: maple.js) that helps you to organise React projects by using WebComponents...
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Doing something as simple as passing values between iframes and tabs is surprisingly awkward, and you'll end up trying anything to get it to work. Krasimir Tsonev has created a library called lsbridge (GitHub: krasimir/lsbridge, License: MIT, npm: lsbridge)...
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