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Eloquent JavaScript 2nd edition, ES6 generators, OCR, animations, and more.Read this e-mail on the Web
JavaScript Weekly
Issue 192 — August 1, 2014
Marijn Haverbeke
Marijn Haverbeke’s much loved Eloquent JavaScript is back in a 2nd edition and, as before, free to read online. The print book will be out in November.

Marijn Haverbeke

Quick Left
When Ben Lewis began to use Angular he was keen to keep his TDD approach going but struggled to find many resources to help. Here, he presents a lot of advice and examples based on his efforts to maintain a good TDD workflow with Angular development.


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Kyle Simpson
The latest in an ongoing series of posts about ES6 generators on David Walsh’s blog.


SitePoint
The Web Alarms API provides access to a device’s alarm settings, the Presentation API helps you take advantage of secondary displays, and the Standby API lets you request a screen remain awake and avoid power-saving states.


Facebook
Provides Sequence, Range, Repeat, Map, OrderedMap, Set and a sparse Vector by using lazy sequences and hash maps tries.


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