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Front-end development (HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript / ECMAScript), Back-end web development: Node.js, PHP, SQL/NoSQL, Dev-Ops
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4 Questions to Ask Before Choosing a JavaScript Framework

4 Questions to Ask Before Choosing a JavaScript Framework | Web-development | Scoop.it

While these individual libraries and the resulting custom stack have the potential to do some things very well, the unfortunate reality is that a great deal of the functionality must be gathered together from disparate sources, written in-house and require a dedicated team of maintainers in order to meet the demands of enterprise software development.


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Delchina Angelova's curator insight, October 27, 2014 11:01 AM

Not sure the compare is fair but questions are good.

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JS NICE: Statistical renaming, Type inference and Deobfuscation

JS NICE: Statistical renaming, Type inference and Deobfuscation | Web-development | Scoop.it

JS NICE | Software Reliability Lab in ETH


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Choosing a JavaScript MVC Framework

Choosing a JavaScript MVC Framework | Web-development | Scoop.it
So you love the way single-page apps like Gmail and Trello feel, but aren’t sure where to start.  Maybe your JavaScript code has become disorganized enough that you are convinced to try one of the numerous  JavaScript MVC libraries/frameworks on your next project but aren’t sure which one to choose.  I’m writing  a book on …
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Migrating from MongoDB to Cassandra

Migrating from MongoDB to Cassandra | Web-development | Scoop.it
Long long agoin a Littleton founder’s basement not so far away, the decision was made to use MongoDB as the persistence engine for our Person API product.
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Node.js arrives for the JVM

Node.js arrives for the JVM | Web-development | Scoop.it
Nodyn project sponsored by Red Hat ports Node.js APIs to JVM, for closer integration between Node.js and existing Java apps
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mnot’s blog: RFC2616 is Dead

Don’t use RFC2616. Delete it from your hard drives, bookmarks, and burn (or responsibly recycle) any copies that are printed out. Since 1999, it has served as the definition of HTTP/1.1, the protocol that underpins the Web. It’s 176 pages of...
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Broccoli: First Beta Release

Broccoli is an asset pipeline for building JS+CSS apps running in the browser. Read about the architecture, and how it compares to other build tools.
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Node.Js Web Application Framework- New Platform For Designing Real Time Websites

Node.Js Web Application Framework- New Platform For Designing Real Time Websites | Web-development | Scoop.it

Node.js is useful to create APIs as well as construct a new interoperability matrix over web. It is a very popular open source
framework. To get more information about Node.js, read this article.

 

 

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Node.js and the new web front-end | NCZOnline

Node.js and the new web front-end | NCZOnline | Web-development | Scoop.it
Front-end engineers have a rather long and complicated history in software engineering. For the longest time, that stuff you sent to the browser was easy
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Why The Hell Would I Use Node.js? A Case-by-Case Introduction

Why The Hell Would I Use Node.js? A Case-by-Case Introduction | Web-development | Scoop.it
Node.js was never created to solve the compute scaling problem. It was created to solve the I/O scaling problem. Find out why, with case-by-case analysis.
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