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Issue 242 — July 24, 2015
CommonJS modules export values, while ES6 modules export immutable bindings. This post from Dr. Axel explains what that means.
Dr. Axel Rauschmayer

TypeScript 1.5 adds a number of new ES6 features like modules, destructuring, spread, for..of, symbols, computed properties, and let/const.
MSDN Blogs

A quick introduction to graph theory and how to use it to use user behavior to drive recommendations on a site.
Keith Horwood

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An introduction to some techniques for creating modular JavaScript plugins, as well as concepts you can use to create more robust large React apps.
Evan Morikawa and Ben Gotow

A look at ES6’s syntactic and idiomatic cleanups for an old problem: object constructor creation in JavaScript.
Mozilla Hacks

Open-source music notation renderer supporting HTML5 Canvas and SVG.

An online book using four 'tales' to demonstrate practical approaches to refactoring and improving code.
Jack Franklin

It deals with time series, scatter plots, log plots, bubble charts, and more. Basic charts are free to use, more advanced features cost money, alas.


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