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To Type or Not to Type: Quantifying Detectable Bugs in JS
A summary of an academic paper that concludes both Flow and TypeScript are good at preventing bugs that could end up in committed code.
Plenty of JS terminology explained, along with code examples, in this thorough guide.
CoffeeScript 2: A New CoffeeScript for the ES6+ Era
This new release of the controversial compile-to-JS language preserves its clean syntax but bridges the gap with ES6 and beyond.
The End of Framework Churn
The CEO of Ionic suggests that incompatibility between component models results in framework churn and that Web Components will provide a resolution.
Top 10 ES6 Features Demonstrated by Example
An example-driven tour of the key features of ES6/ES2015, if you’re not quite there yet.
Deploying ES2015+ Code in Production Today
Using the new `script type=”module”` approach gives us some benefits merely beyond loading ES modules alone – it guarantees ES6/ES2015 support.
Angular v5 Released
Upcoming TypeScript Changes in Vue 2.5
Subclassing Arrays in ES2015
U Go Hue Go: Controlling Philips Lights with Angular & Kendo UI
billboard.js: A Simple Chart Library Based on D3 V4
v1.1.0 has just been released.
Vuetify: A Material Design Component Framework for Vue.js 2
Dexie 2.0: A Minimalistic Wrapper for IndexedDB
Provides a neater API and error handling for the IndexedDB browser database API.
‘Whipping the llama’s ass’ with JS. Demo here.
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