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The state of JS, a new Node fork, automating OS X with JavaScript, the future of Angular, and more.
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Issue 210 — December 5, 2014
An opinionated article that seems to have struck a chord across social media. Jimmy comments on churn, progression, and burnout.
Jimmy Breck-McKye

Essentially a fork of Node, discussed in further links and stories below. A lot more about this in this week's Node Weekly. There's also a discussion on Hacker News and a thread with logo ideas.

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SVG is now supported on every modern browser and mobile device, and usage is on the upswing. Most people use it for icons or data visualizations, but don’t realize how much more powerful and useful SVG is than that. Come join Doug Schepers on January 30th to add SVG to your web toolkit.
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An extensive tutorial to guide you into automating apps under OS X Yosemite with JavaScript using JavaScript for Automation (JXA).

An overall look at Angular, what it set out to achieve, and how to prepare for the recently proposed developments around the future Angular 2.0.
John-Philip Johansson

A well recorded 25 minute talk looking at the pain points HubSpot was having with their Backbone app and how Flux and React have helped.
Gus Vargas

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