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Issue 232 — May 15, 2015
An intermediate level JavaScript primer that aims to ‘re-introduce’ the language to you to clear up any confusion or out of date assumptions.
Mozilla Developer Network

Alex Eagle (of the Angular team) presents a 10 minute overview of building a simple Angular 2 app from scratch using TypeScript and the new Visual Studio Code code editor.

The results of a series of tests made by SEO experts into how Googlebot parses, runs, and takes JavaScript into account when crawling sites.
Search Engine Land

Learn how you can use just one framework to build an entire real-time reactive web application. Join us online or in-person May 28th & 29th.
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The io.js Technical Committee has voted to join with the Node Foundation with a reunion between the codebases expected in due course.

With the advances in JavaScript processing by Googlebot, client-side capabilities, and the ever present demand for performance, is it time to double down on single page JavaScript-driven apps?
Ben and Dion

Reflections on the 20th anniversary of his initial work.
Brendan Eich

A look at the transition plan for people with Ember 1.12 and 1.12 apps.
Yehuda Katz


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