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JavaScript Weekly
Issue 189 — July 11, 2014
ES6 Rocks
David Herman is on the TC39 committee working on ES6 and also a senior researcher at Mozilla Research. If you’re interested in ES6, there are some useful answers here.

A new browser that’s backed with Chromium, C++, and Node under the hood, with everything at the higher level in JavaScript and HTML5. Available for OS X and Linux.

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Frontend Masters

Official jQuery Blog
The jQuery Foundation wishes to make it clear its mission isn’t entirely about jQuery, and they want you to get involved with things that aren’t jQuery-oriented too.

Ember.js Blog
1.6 is the first release published after converting the codebase to ES6 modules. 1.6+ builds are now transpiled by es6-module-transpiler into AMD and use a small AMD loader.

Eric Elliott (author of O’Reilly’s Programming JavaScript Applications) is raising funds to produce a series of JavaScript video courses. I know he has the chops to do a good job, and he also wants to help the homeless through the course.


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