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Issue 194 — August 15, 2014
Henrik Joreteg
Henrik Joreteg shares his opinions on the pros and cons of Angular.js, Ember, React, Polymer, and Backbone, as well as not using a framework at all. Heed Addy Osmani's advice for trying things for yourself too, of course.

Mauricio Poppe
Analyzes the plain objects of a JavaScript library by finding the relationships between the library entry point and objects/functions linked to it. Complete with visualizations of notable JavaScript libraries like jQuery and D3. Code here.

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David Luecke
The folks at a Calgary JavaScript meetup discussed some of JavaScript’s quirks and oddities. Here, you can enjoy the original talk by David Luecke and Eric Kryski, as well as read a writeup of what they dug into.

Calvin Metcalf
Enables applications to store data locally while offline, then synchronize it with CouchDB and compatible servers when the application is back online.

Modern Web
Nicolas Bevacqua dives into the task of choosing a JavaScript Build System. He compares the big three: Grunt, Gulp and NPM and discusses the benefits and drawbacks of each.


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