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Daily Deal: The Full Stack Programmer Bundle

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The $39 Full Stack Programmer Bundle is a massive, 130-hour bundle covering a wide array of programming languages for everything from web design and app development to database creation and app distribution. JavaScript, Python, PHP, and Ruby are just the tip of the iceberg here. Show More Summary

Sponsored Post: Contentful, Stream, Loupe, New York Times, Scalyr, VividCortex, MemSQL, InMemory.Net, Zohocorp

Who's Hiring? Contentful is looking for a JavaScript BackEnd Engineer to join our team in their mission of getting new users - professional developers - started on our platform within the shortest time possible. We are a fun and diverse...Show More Summary

Angular 2: What’s Working, What Needs Work and Where It’s Heading

Angular 2, the full-platform successor to Google’s Angular 1 Web application framework first announced in October 2014, was released in September 2016 as the complete, final version of the framework. Based on newer JavaScript standards...Show More Summary

Handy JavaScript Console Commands For Web Developers

In web development, it's not always easy to keep up-to-date with all the fancy debugging features of modern browsers. That said, a strong command of your browser's development console can take you a long way, if you're sharp with JavaScript. More »      

How to create a multilingual application using Javascript

a good demo in how you can easily create a multilingual application using javascript.

Episode 113 on JavaScript development in SharePoint with Mark Rackley—Office 365 Developer Podcast

In episode 113 of the Office 365 Developer Podcast, Richard diZerega and MVP Mark Rackley about JavaScript development in SharePoint and the SharePoint Framework. The post Episode 113 on JavaScript development in SharePoint with Mark Rackley—Office 365 Developer Podcast appeared first on Office Blogs.

CodeSOD: Extended Conditions

Every programming language embodies in it a philosophy about how problems should be solved. C reduces all problems to manipulations of memory addresses. Java turns every problem into a set of interacting objects. JavaScript summons Shub-Niggurath,...Show More Summary

Ice Station Z - Version 1.1 update available today

You must have JavaScript enabled on your device to view Miiverse posts that have been embedded in a website. View post in Miiverse.

JavaScript WTF #2: the this keyword (part 2)

…Continued from Part 1. Arrow functions ES6 introduces arrow functions, which can take several forms: Besides being a shorter notation for function(), arrow functions have special rule for this. They […]

How to Use Gulp with ASP.NET Core MVC

In this article, we are going to learn how to use Gulp.js to minify & uglify (JavaScript, cascading style sheets and HTML) and to configure Task Runner Explorer in ASP.NET Core MVC.

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Idea for Brendan's browser

I've been emailing with Brendan Eich, developer of JavaScript and founder of Brave Software, makers of the Brave browser. I had an idea for him, but thought it might be of general interest, so I posted it here. Hey Brendan! I have an idea for your browser. Show More Summary

JavaScript WTF #2: the this keyword (part 1)

Java language specification defines “this” keyword in one sentence. EcmaScript 6 definition of “this” is about a page of pseudo-code spread over several paragraphs, and there is a good reason […]

Using Google Tag Manager to deploy Azure Application Insights client-side monitoring

If your web application is hosted on Microsoft Azure and you want to utilize Application Insights for application monitoring you'll need to add a piece of JavaScript on monitored web pages to collect client-side statistics like page load time, JavaScript errors, users and sessions analytics, etc.

Learn Coding While Playing Games

Over at Adafruit: Learn Python, JavaScript, or even Lua easily while playing the online game Code Combat. Choose a language, and base character to build over multiple levels while collecting gems, avoiding obstacles, challenging enemies and more – all the while learning basic programming syntax. Show More Summary

IIFE – Immediately Invoked Function Expressions

An in-depth guide on Immediately invoked function expressions in JavaScript.

JavaScript WTF #3: Foo.prototype is not prototype of Foo

Consider the following code: Why is it false? Because Foo.prototype is in fact not the prototype of Foo, but the prototype of objects created via expression new Foo(): As for […]

30 Truly Interactive Websites Built With CSS & JavaScript

All websites are somewhat interactive…we click on links or scroll a page, but truly interactive websites take us on a user-driven adventure or draws us in through motion and sound while giving us the power of choice. Interaction canShow More Summary

Stone Shire bug fix in the works

You must have JavaScript enabled on your device to view Miiverse posts that have been embedded in a website. View post in Miiverse. This bug popped up after the most recent update to Stone Shire. We'll keep you posted on when the fix for this issue comes through.

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