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JavaScript Weekly
Issue 190 — July 18, 2014
David Aragon
David Aragon decided to read the source code to jQuery and found a variety of things he hadn’t expected. In the comments, however, Dave Methvin notes that you need to be careful as undocumented features can change without notice.


ModernWeb
Jonathan Creamer presents a tutorial on mastering ‘Scope’ within Angular.js, from $rootScope down through scope within Controllers and Directives.


IBM developerWorks
With the Famo.us platform, mobile web UIs written in JavaScript can be as compelling as native-code implementations. Work through this article’s examples to find out how Famo.us helps you easily create a high-performance user experience in your mobile apps.


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Formerly known as the jQuery Parse Plugin. An excellent example of a well written project homepage that shows off what a library does.


Bocoup
How many JS ‘best practices’ can be irrelevant in test environments.


Jim Cowart


André Staltz


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