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Dmitry Sheiko
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Web-developer, blogger, open source contributor, author of "Instant Testing with QUnit" book
Web-developer, blogger, open source contributor, author of "Instant Testing with QUnit" book

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#javascript Webpack-dev-server with Hot Module Replacement http://webpack.github.io/docs/webpack-dev-server.html seems trully impressive in practice 

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Outstanding series of articles on building Progressive Web Application
https://bitsofco.de/bitsofcode-pwa-part-1-offline-first-with-service-worker/
Leveraging service workers, IndexedDB, and Push Notifications

Due to PactPub Xmas sales my book JavaScript Unlocked https://www.packtpub.com/web-development/javascript-unlocked has a resanable price 5.59 EUR at the moment. So if you want to level up in JavaScript/ES.Next and you like "straight to the point approach" and "learning by doing" that can be a good opportunity to get one. 

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I'm excited - https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/typescript/2016/12/07/announcing-typescript-2-1/ #TypeScript 2.1 released with spread/rest in objects (eventually!), ES7 ASYNC functions! Mapped and Lookup types

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An entire UI library #CSS ONLY http://codepen.io/ekrof/pen/YqmXdQ I find it as a collection of great snippets for progressively enhanced apps

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#javascript Second Wind for Backbone http://dsheiko.com/weblog/second-wind-for-backbone How to build apps from components, with data-binding and in-sync with HTML5 Form API 

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#javascript #jsdoc New release of ByContract validation library is out https://www.npmjs.com/package/bycontract
ByContract implements Design by Contract -like validation in JavaScript code, using JSDoc expression for contracts.
From now it supports custom types (union/complex) declared in the fashion of @typedef JSDoc tag.
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#webdev #testing A story of how I've found an end-to-end testing framework that doesn't kill your time on writing tests http://dsheiko.com/weblog/nightmare-of-end-to-end-testing/

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a new article: "Writing Backbone Applications in TypeScript" http://dsheiko.com/weblog/writing-backbone-applications-in-typescript/
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