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DOCTYPE Explored

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In this article we will exploring more about DocType and will understand how does this effect the page rendering.


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AngularJS Tutorials

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Tutorial 11: AngularJS Navigation
Tutorial 10: Angularjs routeParams Example
Tutorial 9: How to config angularjs routing?
Tutorial 8: Binding input field to filters
Tutorial 7: Using filters in AngularJS service
Tutorial 6: Using AngularJS service
Tutorial 5: AngularJS Complex Models
Tutorial 4: Modules in AngularJS
Tutorial 3: What is MVC Architecture in AngularJS ?
Tutorial 2: Basic App in AngularJS
Tutorial 1: AngularJS Tutorial


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AngularJS VS ExtJS - through my experience

AngularJS VS ExtJS - through my experience | Javascript | Scoop.it

Two frameworks with a very different approaches, but both with the same driving force – make the web work for web apps.
The difference in approach is that one, chooses to embrace the the web and it’s standards and significantly improve them while the other layers out on top of it and gives you an awesome layer of abstraction.
When i started working with Ext JS five years ago web development was stfill pretty hard. Ajax and jQuery along with strong JavaScript advocates like Douglas Crockford, started making JavaScript popular. But two large problems still remained:
1) making the UI look and behave more like a desktop.
2) creating a solid application structure(MV***) was still a big challenge.


That’s when i met extjs and i was amazed!
Both problems were almost solved. I say almost because the css wasn’t easily customizable and a proper MVC module was not yet introduced(extjs version 3) but still the ability to write a layout in words with minimal to no css or html was revolutionary at the time and also proved a point, JavaScript is strong. The ability to layout components on the fly, with every re-size and interaction of the user.
The ability to program without worrying about cross browser compatibility was a big plus and the handy components delivered with Ext JS were a huge time saver with the star of the show being there awesome grid system binded and re-rendered by a data store, a single source of truth for you data.


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JavaScript Object Oriented Programming(OOP) Tutorial

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JavaScript supports Object Oriented Programming but not the same way as other OOP languages(c++,php,Java,etc.). The main difference between these language and JavaScript is, there is no Classes in JavaScript where the classes are very impotent to create objects. But there is a way we can simulate the Class concept in JavaScript. 
Another important difference is data hiding. There is no access specifiers like (public,private,protected) in JavaScript. Again we will simulate the concept using variable scope in functions. 

Object Oriented Programming Concepts

1)Object
2)Class
3)Constructor
4)Inheritance
5)Encapsulation
6)Abstraction
7)Polymorphism


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The introduction to Reactive Programming you've been missing

So you're curious in learning this new thing called (Functional) Reactive Programming (FRP).

The hardest part of the learning journey is thinking in FRP. It's a lot about letting go of old imperative and stateful habits of typical programming, and forcing your brain to work in a different paradigm. I haven't found any guide on the internet in this aspect, and I think the world deserves a practical tutorial on how to think in FRP, so that you can get started. Library documentation can light your way after that. I hope this helps you.


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35+ Best Free Admin Templates for Web ApplicationsMobile Games & Design | Mobile Games & Design

35+ Best Free Admin Templates for Web ApplicationsMobile Games & Design | Mobile Games & Design | Javascript | Scoop.it
These admin web templates are rich in web designing and development features such as their compatibility with mobile widgets, based on Bootstrap 3, HTML5 and

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5 Ways that CSS and JavaScript Interact That You May Not Know About

5 Ways that CSS and JavaScript Interact That You May Not Know About | Javascript | Scoop.it
Learn five JavaScript and CSS APIs that connect the two technologies that you may not know about.
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JavaScript: The Real Bad Parts

WHAT'S BAD BUT NOT SO BAD?

from Bad Parts: Appendix B - JavaScript: The Good Parts

withevalvoidtype coersioncontinue/switch

How often do these issues come up?

how many with bugs have you wrangled?

 

6 DIFFERENT WAYS TO SET THIS

"method" callbaseless function callusing callusing applyconstructor with newbind=> fat arrow
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