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React.js Conf Videos, static code analysis, Axel's ES6 overview, and more.
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Issue 220 — February 20, 2015
The first ever React.js Conf appears to have been a success and you can enjoy 20 of the talks here in video form.
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Zack Grossbart explains why he uses static analyzers to poke at his code and the sorts of errors they can dig up.
Smashing Magazine

Axel is clearly on a roll in researching for his new ES6 book and here he shares a talk he gave at the Rolling Scopes Conference earlier this month. The audio are video are both clear too, yay!
Dr. Axel Rauschmayer

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Use ‘jquery-plugin’ as a keyword in your package.json. Lin Clark has a tutorial about how to publish a jQuery plugin via npm.
npm Inc.

Support for asm.js has been one of the most requested items on the IE Suggestion Box and it’s now ‘in development’ within IE’s JavaScript engine on Windows 10.
IEBlog

3 of the 6 titles are finished and you can read the drafts free online or buy final published versions.
Kyle Simpson

O'Reilly's holding a free online event featuring Holly Schinsky talking about using the iOS8 WKWebView and TJ Van Toll talking about NativeScript, a new JavaScript-basd cross platform mobile app technology.
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