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Issue 193 — August 8, 2014
Phil Leggetter
An extensive look at component-based webapp development, the benefits, and how to use existing component-oriented systems like Ember and React, as well as Web Components in the future.


Todd Motto
Todd looks at five ways you can optimize your Angular code to get better performance.


Ariya Hidayat
TurboFan is a new, experimental optimizing compiler for Google’s V8 JavaScript engine. Ariya takes a quick look at it in its early form.


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Rick Waldron
Rick Waldron explores the process of adding syntax to Javascript by going through the process of designing a new exponentiation operator, which he has submitted to TC39 for consideration in ES7.


T J VanToll
A reflection on and follow up to last month’s Why Web Components Aren’t Ready for Production… Yet.


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