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What is the Execution Context & Stack in JavaScript? by David Shariff

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What is the Execution Context & Stack in JavaScript? - In this post I will take an in-depth look at one of the most fundamental parts of JavaScript, the Execution Context. By the end of this post, you should h...
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Koa - next generation web framework for node.js

Request A Koa Request object is an abstraction on top of node's vanilla request object, providing additional functionality that is useful for every day HTTP server development. API request.header Request header object.
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DevTools Tips For Sublime Text Users — Google Developers

DevTools Tips For Sublime Text Users - Google Developers - Medium
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JavaScript in One Picture

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JavaScript in One Picture


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Getting started with ECMAScript 6

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How to "properly" create a custom object in JavaScript? - Stack Overflow

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Two models for implementing classes and instances in JavaScript

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What is the Execution Context & Stack in JavaScript? by David Shariff

What is the Execution Context & Stack in JavaScript? by David Shariff | frontend | Scoop.it
What is the Execution Context & Stack in JavaScript? - In this post I will take an in-depth look at one of the most fundamental parts of JavaScript, the Execution Context. By the end of this post, you should h...
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JANUX - Free Admin Dashboard Bootstrap Template

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Today, we introduce to you a Free Admin Dashboard Bootstrap Template - JANUX. This is a multipurpose admin and frontend theme powered with Twitter Bootstrap 3.1 Framework.

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Today, we introduce to you a Free Admin Dashboard Bootstrap Template – JANUX. This is a multipurpose admin and frontend theme powered with Twitter Bootstrap 3.1 Framework. JANUX has a sleek, clean and intuitive metro & flat balanced design which makes your next project look awesome and yet user friendly. It’s suitable for any type of web applications such as custom admin panels, admin dashboards, eCommerce backends, CMS, CRM, SAAS and websites such as business, eCommerce. corporate, portfolio, even blog.

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React.js Introduction For People Who Know Just Enough jQuery To Get By

Here’s an eloquent, step-by-step intro to React.js that takes a different approach then a lot of the other tutorials out there: Of people who have never tried out React, some are comfortable with frontend JS frameworks like Backbone, Ember, or Angular. Some know JavaScript pretty well. Some know just enough jQuery to get by. A tutorial that’s effective for one group may not be optimal for the other groups. In this tutorial, I’m targeting the third group I mentioned: people … React.js Introduction For People Who Know Just Enough jQuery To Get By is a post from CSS-Tricks http://goo.gl/sBaHBa
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Reactive MVC and the Virtual DOM

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The web frontend scene is witness to many new frameworks and ways of working. It can be quite annoying when software becomes legacy quicker than ever. But actually, it's just good old innovation happening as it should, because the opportunities for improvement are there.


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Relieving Backbone Pain with Flux & React

Relieving Backbone Pain with Flux & React | frontend | Scoop.it

For the past few years HubSpot has been building single-page apps exclusively with Backbone. And boy, have we learned a lot in the process. Mostly, we've learned that while Backbone is great at what it does, operating at a larger scale and a faster pace means we have bigger problems to solve that require different approaches.

Over the past few months we've been experimenting with Flux &React by implementing them in internal tools and small portions of our products. The performance gains we've seen, coupled with the simpler mental model, have convinced us that this is the way we now want to build frontend web applications.

In this talk, I go over some of the pain points we're currently experiencing with our frontend apps, and cover a fair bit about how Flux & React can help.


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Reactive MVC and the Virtual DOM

Reactive MVC and the Virtual DOM | frontend | Scoop.it

The web frontend scene is witness to many new frameworks and ways of working. It can be quite annoying when software becomes legacy quicker than ever. But actually, it's just good old innovation happening as it should, because the opportunities for improvement are there.


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Beautiful HTML5 JavaScript Charts | CanvasJS - FileMaker toolbox

Beautiful HTML5 JavaScript Charts | CanvasJS - FileMaker toolbox | frontend | Scoop.it
HTML5 JavaScript Charts


An easy to use HTML5 JavaScript Charting library built on Canvas element. Charts can render across devices including iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone, Desktops, etc.

 

This allows you to create rich dashboards that can work across devices without compromising on maintainability or functionality of your web application.

Graphs include several good looking themes and are 10x faster than conventional Flash / SVG based Libraries – resulting in lightweight, beautiful and responsive dashboards.


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Creating and Publishing a Node.js Module | Quick Left

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Have you created a node.js module and published it to npm? Here's a quick tutorial to speed you along.
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html - How to remove the space between inline-block elements? - Stack Overflow

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A Plain English Guide to JavaScript Prototypes - Sebastian's Blog

When I first started learning about JavaScript object model my reaction was of horror and disbelief. I was totally puzzled by its prototype nature as …
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Creating an Isomorphic Blogging app Using React and Flux

Creating an Isomorphic Blogging app Using React and Flux | frontend | Scoop.it

One of the many benefits of React is its ability to render components on both client and server. This tutorial aims to teach you how to create isomorphic apps using React and Flux architecture. We will also create a simple blogging app to understand how exactly Flux and React fit together.


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Gulp as a Development Web Server - Tuts+ Code Tutorial

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Learn how to use Gulp.js for running your own local web server, complete with livereload. | Difficulty: Beginner; Length: Medium; Tags: Web Development
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What (function (window, document, undefined) {})(window, document); really means

What (function (window, document, undefined) {})(window, document); really means | frontend | Scoop.it
JavaScript, AngularJS and HTML5 engineer helping build a better web.
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Elm for the Frontend, Right Now

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Elm is a frontend programming language that combines HTML, CSS, and JavaScript into a highly-effective functional language for building reactive UIs


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enaqx/awesome-react

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awesome-react - A collection of awesome React libraries, resources and shiny things.

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My path to the real-time Web

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Among other things in this blog post I’ll describe an example of how the usage of real-time can save you 99% of backend requests, while making your code simpler and your user interface snappier along the way.

Then, about a year ago, I stumbled across an old friend of mine who happens to be the author ofAutobahn, an open-source real-time framework for Web, Mobile & Internet of Things.

It took some time until I was convinced of the simplicity of his technology, but eventually I found that I did not need to understand the inner complications of sending messages over WebSocket from A to B in order to use Autobahn.

Once I had WebSocket working in my app, I was just a tiny step away from getting server pushed messages into the client browser. I very much liked this idea to get rid of those refresh buttons everywhere in the frontend. That was a low hanging fruit then and I quickly got some really nice changes in interface design (like live chat, object locking in the frontend and real-time refresh).

 


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Frontend components in React

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Last week I made a presentation for meet.js PL about React. meet.js is a free front-end meetup organized by web enthusiasts in 6 major Polish cities - Warsaw, Gdańsk, Poznań, Wrocław, Cracow and Katowice.

In a nutshell, I presented why we chose React among other available options (ember.js, angular, backbone ...) in AgFlow, where I’m leading an application development.

Also I try to highlight some problems with MVC pattern everywhere.

I really like a way of React frontend components development. It makes more clear for us to implement use cases views.

Enjoy! 


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A cookbook for using Webpack with React JS

A cookbook for using Webpack with React JS | frontend | Scoop.it

Recipes for solving common Webpack problems.

The purpose of this cookbook is to guide you into the world of React and Webpack. Both are powerful technologies and when used together, frontend development becomes a joy.

The cookbook should have something to offer for all skill levels. If you are interested in just React, skip the Webpack part and vice versa.


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