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Don't forget 2G users. :)
 
Building for mobile? Don't forget that 2G is still "a thing"... a big thing, in fact. Ericsson Mobility report provides a sobering reminder: http://bit.ly/1ncn79b - a few highlights below...

GSM/EDGE-only subscriptions represent the largest share of mobile subscriptions today (over 85% of the world's population). In developed markets there has been rapid migration to more advanced technologies, resulting in a decline in GSM/EDGE-only subscriptions. Despite this, GSM/EDGE will continue to represent a large share of total mobile subscriptions. This is because new, less affluent users in developing markets will likely choose a low-cost mobile phone and subscription. In addition, it takes time for the installed base of phones to be upgraded. GSM/EDGE networks will also continue to be important in complementing WCDMA/HSPA and LTE coverage in all markets.

... In 2013, the Middle East and Africa was dominated by GSM/EDGE, which represented around 85 percent of mobile subscriptions in the region. In Sub-Saharan Africa GSM will remain the dominant technology until 2018, due to the dominance of lower income consumers using 2G-enabled handsets.

Developing regions are dominated by 2G technologies like GSM/EDGE, while developed ones are dominated by WCDMA/HSPA. LTE is rapidly being embraced by both operators and subscribers, particularly in North America. In all regions, 2G networks (GSM/EDGE, CDMA 1X) remain as fallback technology for 3G and 4G subscriptions where coverage is missing.
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An explosive event - JIRA Landing in Vietnam organised by our very own Atlassian is about to take off on March 21st at the Intercontinental Hotel. 

Mark your calendar for an awesome day coming! http://bit.ly/1GARM8o

Register to JIRA Landing Event to learn how Atlassian connects our customers’ requirements to our development process, enables Agile philosophies, connects distributed development teams and sustain the balance of product within QA, Design, Product Management aspects. 

We are excited to have Bryan Rollins (General Manager of JIRA) and Nick Menere (Head Engineering of JIRA) joining us to discuss how our company successfully built JIRA.
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Very good article about Scopes in AngularJS (and they can be tough). #angularjs  
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Nhân Nguyễn

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Hi all,

I have a new thing to share with you. Actually, this is should be in a meet up. However, I was so busy to prepare a presentation. Perhaps some of you already know it.

Check out my JS framework - HtmlJs. I'm very pround of it. I develop it during a year. However, I think it just takes you 30 minutes to master all of its features. It has all of modules for you to build SPA included MVVM, validation, routing, ajax, dependency injection, script loading, HTML rendering engine, ...

The outstanding points are the ease of learning, the nature of building DOM (similar to HTML syntax), and also performance. With 3000 lines of code, you already have all modules with oustanding performance - render 3 times faster compared to AngularJs, notify change immediately - no delay issue.

All modules all well-tested with unit tests. I've code a lot of examples to prove its abilities. 

Link: nhanfu.github.io/htmljs/api/

Datepicker using HtmlJs: nhanfu.github.io/htmljs/html-ui/template 
Real-world SPA nhanfu.github.io/htmljs/examples/index.html#home

Performance: nhanfu.github.io/htmljs/benchmarks/htmljs/
nhanfu.github.io/htmljs/benchmarks/angularjs/
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I just realized your post was stuck in spams. Sorry about that +Nhân Nguyễn . Thanks for sharing that. Great work!
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+Nicolas Embleton Are we going to organize meetup tomorrow?
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Is there anyone using reactjs in project?
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Yup. 
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angular-cookies - a small client-side javascript library that makes managing cookies easily and integrated with AngularJS.

https://github.com/angularifyjs/angular-cookies
angular-cookies - Cookies is a small client-side javascript library that makes managing cookies easily and integrate with AngularJS
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Mobile Dev ! Don't miss this chance to attend one of the biggest Mobile Event of the year supported by Google !
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1HpHr2XO1KVuPOX1E8ijM283a65VZy2VhOpv8LENyHWk/viewform
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Hội Thảo "Think Mobile App" - Tháng 12/2014"Think Mobile App" là một sự kiện lớn diễn ra tại Việt Nam vào tháng 12/2014. Sự kiện dành riêng cho các chuyên gia lập trình ứng dụng app/game tại Việt Nam. Hội thảo sẽ có sự tham gia của các chuyên gia kỹ thuật và quảng cáo ứng dụng của Google, đến từ các quốc gia khác trên Thế giới. Đây sẽ là một cơ hội tuyệt vời dành cho các chuyên gia lập trình tại Việt Nam hiểu rõ hệ thống sản phẩm và nền tảng của Google để ứng dụng vào việc phát triển do...
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Nicolas Embleton
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Curated list of angular directives. Good resource. #angularjs
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Awesome Cross-database ORM for Node.JS (and the browser...). 
Switch from MongoDB to another supported DB with just the click of a button. You won't see anything happening. How sexy is that? 
#jugglingdb   #nodejs   #orm   #databasedevelopment  
JugglingDB(3); JugglingDB; JugglingDB(3). NAME. JugglingDB - cross-database ORM for nodejs and the browser. DESCRIPTION. JugglingDB is a cross-db ORM for nodejs, that provides a common interface to access many popular database engines. JugglingDB Current supports: mysql, sqlite3, postgres, ...
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It's better if they have an online demo. 
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Atlassian Vietnam

Community Project Thread  - 
 
An explosive event - JIRA Landing in Vietnam organised by our very own Atlassian is about to take off on March 21st at the Intercontinental Hotel. 

Mark your calendar for an awesome day coming! http://bit.ly/1GARM8o

Register to JIRA Landing Event to learn how Atlassian connects our customers’ requirements to our development process, enables Agile philosophies, connects distributed development teams and sustain the balance of product within QA, Design, Product Management aspects. 

We are excited to have Bryan Rollins (General Manager of JIRA) and Nick Menere (Head Engineering of JIRA) joining us to discuss how our company successfully built JIRA.
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Hi fellas, does anyone of you have any experience with io.js? https://iojs.org/en/index.html
io.js is an npm compatible platform originally based on node.js
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Nicolas Embleton
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Use One-Time data binding to improve performances when you don't need 'all' AngularJS firepower. #angularjs  
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When will we resume JS meetup?
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Sounds perfect. Good luck in sg. ;) 
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Hi all, if you want to contribute back to community as a team, don't hesitate to pin me. We can discuss and find something interesting to work on.  
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How about we organize an AngularJS workshop +Henry Tao . If you have more time now. ;)
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angular-detector - a lightweight JavaScript-based User-Agent string parser for Angularjs https://github.com/angularifyjs/angular-detector
angular-detector - Detector is a lightweight JavaScript-based User-Agent string parser for Angularjs
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Are you looking for free good MongoDB courses. You will also be taught about NodeJS. It will not make you disappointed https://university.mongodb.com/courses/
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And here we are!!! Object.Observe() was finally promoted to the STABLE branch of Chrome. So you'll get (had?) the update already. Try it out.
The future of '2-way data binding without Dirty Checking/what-not'. This promises clean code, excellent performance (and no support in IE for the next 5 years to come :)))
#javascript   #thenextweb   #webdev   #jshcmc  
Learn about Object.observe() - a new feature giving JavaScript the power to directly observe changes to objects.
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+Eric Lesch actually it will made things smooth and awesome in Chrome. And heavier in others. But anyway with angular drop of ie < 11 support, I see a fast forward to rapid adoption. Let's see.
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Detailed article on understanding Angular' scope. #angularjs   #scopecreep  . 

It's very easy to mess up with scopes in AngularJS, and even worse, you probably won't see it happening.
It even can create side bugs that will take you a lot of time to really understand that it comes from a 'scope' side effect... 

Morale: read this article and clear your understanding on Angular' scope. 
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If you are on MacOS, you NEED to use that. If you are NOT on MacOS, you SHOULD, just for that app. :) #codingtheawesome  
 
iTerm 2 2.0 is out! New features include a toolbelt with paste history, jobs, notes, action triggers & more: http://www.iterm2.com/news.html <3
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