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Issue 267 — January 22, 2016
A dig into one of jQuery’s most important and most used functions. We’re thinking of creating a jQuery-focused weekly supplement to JavaScript Weekly, if that interests you, click here to register an instant ‘vote’ for the idea :-)

“What follows are all the things I wish someone had told me when I started working with JavaScript at scale.” Many insights and links to enjoy here.
MLS Digital Labs

One developer’s extensive set of insights and ideas around best practices when developing React apps.
Péter Márton

Pusher is a hosted WebSockets API that makes it easy to maintain and scale your realtime applications. It's effortless to integrate with Angular, VueJS, EmberJS and many more JavaScript frameworks
Pusher   Sponsored

Fast, simple, no dependencies, and small. Provides a handy way to build progressive enhanced experiences.
Viljami Salminen

“The solution for bad JavaScript web apps is not to abandon them altogether, but to make better ones.”
Mathias Schäfer

Firefox has joined Chrome in implementing the Web Speech API which makes speech recognition and synthesis possible in the browser. Here’s a look at how it works.
Mozilla Hacks

It takes static content written in Markdown, and renders and presents a site on-the-fly SPA-style with no server side scripting needed.
Chris Diana


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