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Dmitry Pavlov

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Immutability in JavaScript using Redux

In an ever growing ecosystem of rich and complicated JavaScript applications, there’s more state to be managed than ever before: the current user, the list of posts loaded, etc.Managing state can be hard and error prone, but immutability and Redux- a predictable state container for JavaScript apps- can help significantly. In this article, Toptal Programmer David Xu talks about managing state using immutability with Redux, a predictable state container.

#Immutability #JavaScript #React #Redux
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Samuel Andraş

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Looking at popular search trends for JavaScript

https://blog.hellojs.org/javascript-search-trends-98e6e46bb51e#.1jkddeugv
As 2017 gets going let’s have a look at a few search trends in JavaScript land.
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Deborah P

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Nectar : a native cross-platform JavaScript/ECMAscript compiler inspired by Crystal Lang and Nim Lang
I am really excited to announce you that I am finishing the alpha of Nectar, a native cross-platform compiler for javascript/ECMAscript.
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Wrote an #BlogPost on #ReactJS #HOC #HigherOrderComponents and also using them as #ES6 #Decorators
URL - http://bit.ly/2hOkd9S #ReactJS #ES6 #ES6 #Decorators
#HigherOrderComponents
We all know that Function is a first class citizen in Javascript.
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kotaru keerti

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Continuing series on Flow, in this blog I'm writing about Flow with React. It details advantages of using Flow while building React components.

http://venckicode.blogspot.in/2016/12/getting-started-with-react-component.html
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Tabulator 2.9 Out Today!

The easy to use interactive table generation JavaScript library just got even better.

This release includes Localization, Table Data Downloads, Progressive Ajax Scrolling and much, much more!

http://olifolkerd.github.io/tabulator/
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Deborah P

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Enhance your #JavaScript skills - brush up on #ECMAScript with this free eBook - http://bit.ly/Free-Tech-Learning (available only today).

What You Will Learn:
• Learn the new syntax of ECMAScript 6
• Use the new prototype-based features introduced by ES6
• Execute ES6 in a non-supported ES6 environment
• Learn how to write asynchronous code using promises - it makes your code more efficient and easier to maintain
• Find out how to use iterators, iterables, and generators
• Explore object-oriented programming and create objects using classes
• Build proxies using the ES6 proxy API and understand its uses
• Learn how to create JavaScript libraries using ECMAScript 6 modules

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Samuel Andraş

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What do you need to keep up with everything that’s going on in the JavaScript universe?
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Boris Vin

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Flexible Java Development Solutions

#java web applications #professional
Outsource java web or game development solutions including j2ee, enterprise java solutions from industry best java experts.
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Samuel Andraş

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Part 5: we have an engine, now it's time to build an actual game.

http://buff.ly/2fwT4Hj
On this topic: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5
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Samuel Andraş

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#Angular 3, so soon?
Angular 2 has barely been released and we’re already hearing about Angular 3
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Deborah P

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Discover the right way to test #JavaScript with this free learning eBook - http://bit.ly/Free-Tech-Learning (available only today).

What You Will Learn:
Relationship between HTML, CSS, and JavaScriptDifferent types of JavaScript errorHow to perform ad hoc testingHow to validate your JavaScript codeDifferent testing conceptsCreate a test plan and implement itHow to test more complex code by using JavaScript’s exception handlingLearn how to test the user interface controlled by JavaScriptHow to debug your code using tools such as Google Chrome, Javascript Debugger, and Firefox's Venkman Extension. How to further automate your testing process using Sahi, Qunit, and JsLitmusOther testing tools that will make your testing process easier and less painful.
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Samuel Andraş

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We're starting out the year with an interesting article about the Shadow DOM. Have a look!

https://blog.hellojs.org/creating-a-custom-html5-video-player-and-the-shadow-dom-a98f29261be4#.2mi4ngyy6
So today I completed WesBos’ Custom HTML5 Video Player project, including the challenge he presented us with at the end of the video…
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Deborah P

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Optimize your #JavaScript applications with this free advanced eBook - http://bit.ly/2frNvxV

Studying JavaScript performance in depth will make you capable of tackling the complex and important tasks required to solve performance issues. With this full-length free eBook, discover how to optimize your JavaScript for both mobile and web applications.
• Create your own build system for JavaScript projects using Node.js and GulpJS
• Get to know best performance-focused practices when writing JavaScript code
• Use the DOM more efficiently by optimizing JavaScript with CSS3 animations
• Learn how to unit test JavaScript code using Jasmine

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the master liars. is typescript a typed superset of javascript? ES5? ES6? ES7?
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Deborah P

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With every eBook and every Video for just $5 - http://bit.ly/2hoIDJK there's never been a better time to learn something new or dive deeper into what's important to you.

Select any or all of these best 5 #JavaScript titles, so you have everything you need for 2017 for one simple price. #packt5dollar
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kotaru keerti

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Blog intends to ease development experience and setup with Flow. It details using Visual Studio Code IDE with Flow. Blogger: V. Keerti Kotaru . Author of Angular Material book Flow is a static type checker. For an intr...
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kotaru keerti

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Idiomatic JavaScript with Flow
This blog describes Flow, a static type checker for JavaScript. It provides getting started details and basic concepts of type checking using Flow. Blogger: V. Keerti Kotaru . Author of  Angular Material book   What is Flow? Flow is a static type checker fo...
This blog describes Flow, a static type checker for JavaScript. It provides getting started details and basic concepts of type checking using Flow. Blogger: V. Keerti Kotaru . Author of Angular Material book What is Fl...
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Samuel Andraş

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Jon explains the basics of functional programming, starting with pure functions, currying, and composition

http://buff.ly/2fYi7Ue
JavaScript is a multi-paradigm language, which means it supports object oriented, imperative and declarative programming styles. I wrote a…
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I am working on a video game website and am currently building the admin panel for it in HTML/CSS, AngularJS and NodeJS. This is not only a great learning experience but also a fun one.
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