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The Three Watch Depths of AngularJS

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There are three different mechanisms for watching a value on an Angular scope: Reference watches, collection watches, and equality watches. The difference between the three is in the depth in which they watch their values. Choosing the most appropriate watch mechanism is important, not only because the three mechanisms behave differently, but also because they have very different performance characteristics. This short article describes the differences between the three watch depths.
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Why I Chose Ember over Angular

I’ve spent a significant amount of time evaluating the different JavaScript frameworks over the past several months. Like many others, I weighed the pros and cons of both Angular and Ember, finally settling on EmberJS. Making a choice between frameworks is a decision with deep and long-lasting implications, so it’s not one that I take lightly. Attached to the decision are hours of time learning new skills, not just for me but for every developer on my team. Choosing a framework is choosing a side – you get all the good and all of the bad. This is in no way an attack on Angular, which is a fantastic framework as well. Rather, this is rather my endorsement of Ember, and why I see it as a better fit for my personal situation.
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PhysicsJS (Yes, a JavaScript Physics engine) - Channel 9 - MSDN

PhysicsJS (Yes, a JavaScript Physics engine) - Channel 9 - MSDN | EmberJS | Scoop.it
In today's Web Wednesday post we're highlighting something you might think a little oxymoronic, a JavaScript Physics engine. It's still in an Alpha status, but even so, it's looking pretty cool... Phy.
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Jeff Bowen: Learning to Love JavaScript | WordPress.tv

Learn how to leverage the JavaScript libraries and APIs included in WordPress core to build rich, interactive user experiences on your sites.
Learn how to leverage the JavaScript libraries and APIs included in WordPress core to build rich, interactive user experiences on your sites.
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Ember.js - Web Applications Done Right - InfoQ

Ember.js - Web Applications Done Right - InfoQ | EmberJS | Scoop.it
This article explains the Ember.js application development model and shows how to use it to build your first client-side JavaScript web application with the framework.
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Our Ember.js Toolchain

Our Ember.js Toolchain | EmberJS | Scoop.it
Now that we’ve been working with Ember.js for a while, we wanted to give a quick update on what we found works out for us while working with it, both client and server side. We thought this post would be useful since we initially had some problems finding the right tools but now we really feel we found the right toolchain. * Client Side * Organize Code * Write Tests * Fake an API * Server Side * Render JSON Data * API Documentation * Deploy * Concluding Thoughts
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Mozilla Introduces Free Open-Source JavaScript Library TogetherJS - The Next Web

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Mozilla Introduces Free Open-Source JavaScript Library TogetherJS
The Next Web
Mozilla introduces TogetherJS, a free open-source JavaScript library for adding collaboration tools to your site. By Emil Protalinski, Wednesday, 16 Oct '13, 07:36pm.
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Getting Into Ember.js | Nettuts+

Getting Into Ember.js | Nettuts+ | EmberJS | Scoop.it
There are a lot of JavaScript libraries available, and most are really good at providing the traditional DOM-centric interactions that your typical websites.
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