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Online Angular core team Hangout tonight, ECMAScript 6 in IE, time-series data visualization, and more.
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JavaScript Weekly
Issue 207 — November 14, 2014
Angular Air
Join the Angular team today (Friday 14th November) at 2pm Pacific (5pm Eastern) at this Google Hangout. They’ll be discussing Angular 1.3 and 2.0. A recording will go up shortly after if you miss it.

The latest IE in the latest Windows 10 preview build includes a variety of new Web platform features, but also ES6 features like classes, arrow functions, promises, proxies, symbols, and more.

Sella Rafaeli
Two-way data-binding is useful if you want to align your JavaScript-based models with their HTML based representations, and this article looks at two ways to do it with vanilla JavaScript.

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From the Metrics Team at Mozilla comes a library built on top of D3 that is optimized for visualizing and laying out time-series data. It currently supports line charts, scatter plots and histograms.

Malte Ubl
A way to give more descriptive displayed names to anonymous functions.

Trek Glowacki
JavaScript modules and dependencies have been making Trek mad and he presents an extensive take on the situation.

Read Write
A summary of the recent happenings around the future of Node’s organization, including Node Forward and Joyent’s Node Advisory Board.


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