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Issue 214 — January 9, 2015
6to5 has taken a big step forward with stronger ES6 support than most other options, plus JSX and Flow type support.

A look at how SystemJS, JSPM, and ES6 can make JS even more pleasant to work with. A tight, interesting 10 minute screencast.
Glen Maddern

An interesting technique to share state between two tabs (that are looking at the same site).
Nicolas Bevacqua

Learn the core aspects of React and dive into real-world use cases for React. Taught by Ryan Florence, creator of the React Router. Join us online or in-person February 13th!
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Raymond Camden tells the tale of how a recent project got him to use a handful of simple tools that helped improve the overall quality of the code.
Raymond Camden

A tutorial, video (15 minutes), and demo of running the same code server and client side for rendering.
David Wells

Some great JS and HTML5 talks here from folks like Christian Heilmann, Tomomi Imura and John-David Dalton. The 2nd event is also coming up.

An interesting ‘behind the scenes’ look at the code in a book that presented JS as if written by famous authors.
Angus Croll

An explanation of Smalltalk’s MVC model and how it could inspire better work in JavaScript.
Peter Michaux


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