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Issue 272 — February 26, 2016
Highly customizable & built by Facebook, Draft makes it easy to build rich text inputs. Uses an immutable model and abstracts cross-browser differences.
Facebook

Lets you debug client-side JavaScript code running inside Google Chrome directly from Visual Studio Code.
Microsoft

It only took place earlier this week but videos from React.js Conf are already out. Perhaps start with Nick Schrock’s keynote.
YouTube

Learn to build your own JavaScript chat app with real-time messages and more in no time. Join this developer training webinar now. (Limited seating. Seats fill fast.)
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One of the key roles of frameworks like Angular and React is to externally represent internal changes in state and data. This is an in-depth look at how Angular 2 deals with this task.
Pascal Precht

If you can be in SF March 9-10, come enjoy Fluent's hallway track, meetups (including one run by the Angular core team), Ignite, and more, for free (pick the ‘Exhibit Hall Plus pass’ and use code EH16SP). I’ll be there - come say hi.
O'Reilly Media

Ember gets a new LTS release channel - 2.4 will be the first version.
Matthew Beale

The current version of React is 0.14.7, but the next will be 15.0.0 to reflect React’s stability and to make the ‘15’ the major version component.
Sebastian Markbåge

The key takeaway is to “layer tools and functionality as you get more comfortable” but don’t jump in at the deep end.
Jack Franklin

Automatically creates API documentation for every tag and selected branches in your repo, supporting JSDoc comments and Markdown articles.
Doclets

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