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Issue 231 — May 8, 2015
NativeScript is an open source, cross-platform (iOS, Android, Windows Phone) ‘truly native’ mobile app creation framework. There's also a look at Angular 2.0 running in a native app using the framework.
Telerik Developer Network

A well documented plugin, complete with demos. This could provide developers heavy into jQuery with an easy way to get on the data binding train without using another framework.

Angular 2 is still under development, but some of the core concepts can already be investigated at this stage.
Victor Savkin

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Support for the ‘asm.js’ highly optimizable JavaScript subset has been one of the most requested items via Microsoft’s ‘Edge Developer Suggestion Box’.

Jeremy Ashkenas (of CoffeeScript and Backbone fame) with an interesting talk about transpilation and how it works at a technical level under the hood.
Jeremy Ashkenas

A new tool that can create 'hosted' multi-platform Web applications from a W3C Web App manifest using Apache Cordova as a polyfill where hosted web apps are not supported.


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