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Node-webkit: 6 Tutorial Videos

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Creating desktop applications using HTML5 technologies:

Wrapping it Up! (6/6)
Using Node.js Modules (5/6)
Context and Window Menus (4/6)
The Manifest File (3/6)
Custom Window Controls (2/6)
Introduction (1/6)


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Google Web Components Kit
A collection of web components for Google APIs &…

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Google Web Components Kit
A collection of web components for Google APIs & services.
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Web platform: five technologies to look forward to in 2014

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CSS Grids, Web Components, ECMAScript 6 and more coming this year. The sooner the better :)
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List of ECMAScript 6 shims

List of ECMAScript 6 shims Implemented on top of ECMAScript 5 - Links to every available shim for ES5 to ES6 features.


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Embular series - Comparing Ember and Angular

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Stuck In The Middle...

I'm in a sort of unique position to discuss this subject. I have a lot of experience with Angular, and I'm now working at Netflix with an Ember core team member, Erik Bryn.

 

What this series is

It's meant to to be an honest comparison between two frameworks. A love affair with both frameworks. A plea to those with bias to toss that bias aside and examine the frameworks more carefully and appreciate them for what they are. Brilliant. 

 

What this series is NOT

This series will not make everyone happy. This is not a "which should you choose?" examination. This is not a contest or an attempt to convert anyone from one framework to another. This is not meant to be an indictment of either one of these frameworks as being flawed. This is not an attempt to proclaim one of these frameworks to be perfect. 

 

Part 1 - Comparing Ember and Angular
Part 2 - What's Great About Angular
Part 3 - What's Great About Ember
Part 4 - What Angular Could Learn From Ember
Part 5 - What Ember Could Learn From Angular
Part 6 - Two Paths Up The Same Mountain


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EXTENDING THE WEB WITH COMPONENTS

EXTENDING THE WEB WITH COMPONENTS | UI development | Scoop.it
The Web is a powerful and ubiquitous platform. It bears all sorts of information, applications, and, most importantly, people.
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Five Key Properties of Interactive Data Visualization - Forbes

Five Key Properties of Interactive Data Visualization Forbes The answer is Interactive Visualization, which enables the display and intuitive understanding of multidimensional data, provides a variety of visualization chart types, and enables users...
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Visualization, guidance goes 3D - ModernMedicine

Visualization, guidance goes 3D
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Boston—Three-dimensional (3D) visualization and guidance may be the future of lens IOL implantation.
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Expert JavaScript - iProgrammer

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JavaScript is a very misunderstood language because people just pick it up and fail to understand its depth.
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Shadow DOM 101 - HTML5 Rocks

Shadow DOM 101 - HTML5 Rocks | UI development | Scoop.it
Learn how to use Shadow DOM to separate content from presentation. (Today's innovation friday via @andfinally and @domsmasher - web components and the shadow DOM!
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Datameer 4.0 enables instant visualization in big data analytics - TechRepublic

Datameer 4.0 enables instant visualization in big data analytics - TechRepublic | UI development | Scoop.it
Datameer 4.0 enables instant visualization in big data analytics
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"With Datameer 4.0, analysts no longer need to wait until the final visualization to gain insights from their data.
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2 Distinctions You Need To Know for Visualization Success

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While data visualization and business intelligence go hand-in-hand, they are both disciplines that require knowledge of core building blocks and practice. Data visualization should help accelerate the process for reaching a ...
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Web Components

Web Components are the coolest thing coming out for web developers in 2014. Get a taste of what the W3 has spec'd out for us in this new age of web development.
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JavaScript and future development landscape - embracing Meteor

JavaScript and future development landscape - embracing Meteor | UI development | Scoop.it

One of the most unique and exciting frameworks out there on the web right now, Meteor is built on top of Node.js. Everything, right from the templates to the database is reactive, so any change at the client-side, or in the database is synchronized instantaneously, requiring no other measures. Meteor has quickly amassed a strong and extremely helpful community, creating a platform that you would love to build on, and give back to. Unlike other frameworks, there are no concepts of MVC or middleware (although you can implement them if it suits you). Everything is based on seven principles that act as guiding principles for the core, and the apps built upon it.


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Using Angular with Polymer elements - YouTube

Similarities between Angular directives and Polymer elements/web components, styling both types of components, and how to use Angular to data bind to a web c... (RT @DanWahlin: Great info!
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Successfully Using Polymer Elements in Angular Tests

Successfully Using Polymer Elements in Angular Tests | UI development | Scoop.it

I have a reliable Karma / Jasmine test for my AngularJS that plays with Polymer. The only problem is that I don't understand it.

The test itself is… somewhat OK-ish as Angular directive tests go. I am attempting to verify the behavior in angular-bind-polymer. This directive should tell Angular that any Polymer element with the bind-polymer directive attribute should be observed for attribute changes. With that in place, angular-bind-polymer can double bind Polymer attributes to values in its own scope.

As I found last night, this still works in regular pages...


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AngularJS & Kendo UI using Angular Kendo with ASP.NET MVC 5, Web API & OData

AngularJS & Kendo UI using Angular Kendo with ASP.NET MVC 5, Web API & OData | UI development | Scoop.it

With AngularJS and ASP.NET MVC, we now have an MVC pattern and architecture for both on the client and server. What do we do and/or how do we approach this? Well one can argue we don’t use any of the MVC architecture on the server and build out a full-fledged AngularJS front-end application and only use make async calls to Web API for all things that absolutely need to be on the server e.g. CRUD, workflows, business logic, etc.

Now, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with this approach, and for the most part a lot of heavy front end SPA’s are built this way in ASP.NET MVC. However, with all the .NET, ASP.NET and AngularJS goodness, why not leverage the best of both worlds? Again, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with building a pure AngularJS application and only using Web API, but for this blog post we’ll go over patterns of using the best of both worlds along with integrating AngularJS with Kendo UI.


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Polymer!

Slides from 'Web Components Can Do That?!' are online http://t.co/utdypMoDTw & some extra resources https://t.co/00XOUt7puE #FITCToronto
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Kickstart Your AngularJS Development with Yeoman, Grunt and Bower

Whether you love or hate it, there’s no denying that AngularJS is the framework on every developer’s lips. It may not be for everybody, but AngularJS has a quirky, efficient and powerful feature set.
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How do I "think in AngularJS" if I have a jQuery background?

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How do I “think in AngularJS” if I have a jQuery background?

Suppose I'm familiar with developing client-side applications in jQuery, but now I'd like to start using AngularJS.
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WebStorm :: The smartest JavaScript IDE

The most intelligent JavaScript IDE: JavaScript + CSS + HTML Editor with refactorings, code completion and on-the-fly code analysis (Last call! WebStorm 8: Mastering AngularJS, spy-js, Grunt, and Multi-Selection Workflows webinar in 2 hours.
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Gettin' Modular With Web Components

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The newest tool on our modular front-end toolbox are Web Components. They are a new HTML5 standard to build reusable components for the web.
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30 Simple Tools For Data Visualization - Co.Design

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30 Simple Tools For Data Visualization
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iCharts provides cloud-based and patented charting tool that enable companies and individuals to brand, market, and share their data as chart content to millions of viewers across the web.
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The Platform - Polymer

FYI: Platform.js includes polyfills for Web Components, Web Animations, WeakMap, Object.observe() & Pointer Events http://t.co/MgCDd3qs88
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