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New ES6 regex features, creating a Node cluster, getting started with Ember CLI, and more.
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Issue 243 — July 31, 2015
An in-depth look at two new regex flags (/y and /u), the ‘flags’ property, escape sequences, and more.
Dr. Axel Rauschmayer

An open source D3.js-based library that aims to reduce the need for tedious configuration through a DSL to describe how data and graphical components should map together.

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“A for array and C for comma” is a handy mnemonic.
Stack Overflow

Node’s ‘cluster’ module makes it easy to take advantage of multiple cores in Node by creating and managing separate processes that share the parent’s server ports. (Don't forget Node Weekly if Node is your thing.)

Learn how to build a simple contacts manager application using Ember CLI from start to finish.

It seems to work but it also seems to be slower overall (but the benefits of being async and not blocking the UI may be worth it).
Mohsen Azimi

A look into Chrome Developer Tools’ Profiler and how you can use it to analyze the performance of JavaScript running in the browser.


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