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Issue 268 — January 29, 2016
Flexible and with a great demo page. Supports numerous controls, modal and inline use, flipping, rotation, and more.
Fengyuan Chen

An attempt to recreate React’s core functionality with as little code as possible and with first-class ES6 support. There are lots of demos to check out.
Jason Miller

Coming to a Chrome (49) and Node near you. It has 91% ES6 support (by the Kangax compatibility table) including Proxy objects and the Reflect API.
V8 Project

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“I think that there is an opportunity to do the same with React, but I am concerned that we could also go in another direction..” Key thoughts and insights from an industry expert.
Dion Almaer

One library’s solution to approaching client-side modularity using a mono-repo, one npm package and several CommonJS require-able modules.

Cody Lindley says component architectures are a cornerstone of all modern front end libraries/frameworks and shows how they work in some of them.
Telerik Developer Network

An attempt to unpack the complicated world of modules and module-like systems used in JavaScript.
Preethi Kasireddy

1.8 supports consumption of normal JavaScript files alongside TypeScript ones, making migrations easier. Extra JSX support is also included.

Google’s Jake Archibald is excited about the potential of streams in browsers to improve Web responsiveness. A look at the future?
Jake Archibald


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