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Firefox OS Simulator 3.0 released

Firefox OS Simulator 3.0 released | javascript node.js | Scoop.it
About 6 weeks ago, we wrote about the preview of Firefox OS Simulator 3.0 and now we're happy to release it! New features In ...
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C++ on the Web: Run your big 3D game in the browser

My presentation about porting large C/C++ code bases to the browser (emscripten, flascc, Google Native Client)
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Video.js Blog - Video.js 4.0 now available!

Video.js 4.0 now available! Today we’re releasing Video.js 4.0, which is the most solid, lightweight, and I dare say prettiest version yet. It’s available for download, on Github, and hosted for free...
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Tight-Knit Javascript Animations: Exploring the GreenSock Animation Platform (GSAP)

Tight-Knit Javascript Animations: Exploring the GreenSock Animation Platform (GSAP) | javascript node.js | Scoop.it
THE ABSTRACT (tl;dr) The GreenSock Animation Platform (GSAP) is an excellent choice for javascript-based animations. Check out a demo: Josef Müller-Brockmann Knittin' GreenSocks But you should real...
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How to add JavaScript and CSS files to a web page during runtime - CodeProject

How to add JavaScript and CSS files to a web page during runtime - CodeProject | javascript node.js | Scoop.it
How to add JavaScript and CSS files to a web page during runtime.; Author: sisirp88; Updated: 10 May 2013; Section: ASP.NET; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 10 May 2013
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Beginners Guide: Creating Web Applications with JavaScript - CodeProject

Beginners Guide: Creating Web Applications with JavaScript - CodeProject | javascript node.js | Scoop.it
This; Author: Jon Woo; Updated: 10 May 2013; Section: HTML / CSS; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 10 May 2013
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CSS Modal - Modals built out of pure CSS

CSS Modal - Modals built out of pure CSS | javascript node.js | Scoop.it
CSS Modal is built out of pure CSS. It is optimized for mobile and built using accessibility in mind.
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Amazon Web Services Blog: AWS SDK for Node.js - Now Generally Available

Amazon Web Services Blog: AWS SDK for Node.js - Now Generally Available | javascript node.js | Scoop.it
The General Availability (GA) release of the AWS SDK for Node.js is now available and can be installed through npm as aws-sdk. We have added a number of features since the preview release including bound parameters, streams, IAM roles for...
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Continuous Monitoring of JavaScript Code Complexity

Continuous Monitoring of JavaScript Code Complexity | javascript node.js | Scoop.it
Complicated code is difficult to digest and hard to maintain. The best way to avoid it is by not having it at the first place. For web applications written in JavaScript, fortunately we have enough...
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Get Functional with Underscore-Contrib

Get Functional with Underscore-Contrib | javascript node.js | Scoop.it
Exploring the new grab bag of Underscore.js functions from Fogus
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RequireJS Fundamentals

RequireJS Fundamentals | javascript node.js | Scoop.it
Find the latest news, Kendo UI framework guides, HTML5 articles, brought to you by Kendo UI team.
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Use ECMAScript 6 Today | Nettuts+

Use ECMAScript 6 Today | Nettuts+ | javascript node.js | Scoop.it
Today, ECMAScript 6 is in the process of being finalized. ECMAScript is the foundation of JavaScript and, hence, exploring the proposed features today also
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