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I wrote a JavaScript study guide

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JavaScript is a disgusting language. But I love it!

It’s riddled with awful parts, was put together in 10 days, and now we have to suffer for the next 20 years (it turns 20 in a few months).  However, it’s also the duct tape of the internet, and it works just about anywhere that there is a browser. It’s also perhaps the most misunderstood language.

At hackathons, I see tons of students trying to get started with JavaScript, as they are trying to write web apps or cross platform mobile ones, and they often get caught on simple things. For that reason, I’ve put together a JavaScript study guide.


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Steven Hill's curator insight, March 10, 2015 11:12 AM

This is something I would like to explore.

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PHP Next Generation is outperforming Facebook’s HHVM

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PHP Next Generation refactored and revamped some basic points of Zend Engine, with really good results - boosting performance by aspects other than JIT.

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Testing Python - PDF Free Download - Fox eBook

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Testing Python PDF Free Download, Reviews, Read Online, ISBN: 1118901223, By David Sale

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Chapter 1: A History of Testing
Chapter 2: Writing Unit Tests
Chapter 3: Utilizing Unit Test Tools
Chapter 4: Writing Testable Documentation
Chapter 5: Driving Your Development with Tests
Chapter 6: Writing Acceptance Tests
Chapter 7: Utilizing Acceptance Test Tools
Chapter 8: Maximizing Your Code’s Performance
Chapter 9: Looking After Your Lint
Chapter 10: Automating Your Processes
Chapter 11: Deploying Your Application
Chapter 12: The Future of Testing Python

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The new PHP - O'Reilly Radar

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The programming language many love to hate is experiencing a renaissance. This is not your parents' PHP. The new PHP is a more mature language with community standards,...
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Change And Its Detection In JavaScript Frameworks

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Managing the synchronization of app state and the user interface has long been a major source of complexity in UI development, and by now we have several different approaches to dealing with it. This article explores a few of them: Ember's data binding, Angular's dirty checking, React's virtual DOM, and its relationship to immutable data structures.

Where things start to get more challenging is when we start talking about data changing over time. This can happen when the user interacts with the UI, or when something else happens in the world that updates the data. The UI needs to reflect this change. Furthermore, because rebuilding DOM trees is expensive, we'd like to do as little work as possible to get that updated data on the screen.


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HTML Snippets for Twitter Boostrap framework : Bootsnipp.com

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Bootsnipp is an element gallery for web designers and web developers, anybody who is using Bootstrap will find this website essential in their craft.
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Mobile Detect - lightweight PHP class for detecting mobile devices (including tablets)

Mobile Detect is a lightweight PHP class for detecting mobile devices. It uses the User-Agent string combined with specific HTTP headers to detect the mobile environment.
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