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Parallelism for JS, iterables in ES6, Angular 1.3.14, how NativeScript works, and more.
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Issue 221 — February 27, 2015
From the hallowed halls of Mozilla Research comes a look at work being done to extend JavaScript with flexible and powerful primitives for parallelism.
Dave Herman

ES6 introduces a new interface for iteration: Iterable. How does it work and how can you use it? The latest in Axel’s amazing line of weekly ES6 posts.
Dr. Axel Rauschmayer

Learn AngularJS patterns by building an application from the ground up. We'll cover patterns as we deal with complexity introduced through the day.
Come join Lukas Ruebbelke on March 27th and build an Angular app!
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The ECMA General Assembly is due to vote on and approve the 6th edition of ECMA-262 (i.e. ES6) on June 18.
Bocoup

Both include improved support for using Angular as CommonJS modules with tools like Browserify.
AngularJS

Now that jQuery plugins should be published using npm, Lin Clark looks at how you can use plugins published this way.
The npm Blog

TJ VanToll digs into the NativeScript engine to examine how it allows JavaScript to communicate with underlying native APIs on iOS and Android.
Telerik Developer Network

Ramda is a library that makes writing functionally-flavored JavaScript code even more practical and this is a rather epic look at its approach.
Scott Sauyet

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