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Issue 198 — September 12, 2014
Axel Rauschmayer
Axel gives an overview of the complete ES6 module system based upon the finalized module syntax agreed upon at TC39’s end of July meeting.

Andrew Dodson
A client-side JavaScript SDK for authenticating with OAuth2 Web services and querying their REST APIs. Support many services (like Dropbox, Facebook, GitHub, Twitter) out of the box.

Jason Dobry
Inspired by Ember Data, angular-data is an in-memory cache for managing your data that can communicate with a RESTful backend over HTTP or connect to localStorage.

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IBM developerWorks
Sing Li presents a comprehensive overview of both Polymer and Web Components and using them to assemble modern web and mobile applications with reusable, composable visual and functional components.

Nashorn’s goal is to implement a lightweight high-performance JavaScript runtime in Java on top of the JVM. Aldo Ziflaj explains how to have a quick play with it.

FT Labs
The Financial Times has built a ‘polyfills-on-demand’ delivery system that sends the best polyfills in the right order to just the browsers that require them (based on their User Agent string).


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