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Issue 277 — April 1, 2016

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An introduction to a tool for developing UI components outside of your app in an isolated, more collaborative environment.
Arunoda Susiripala

Pure functions are essential for a variety of purposes, including functional programming, reliable concurrency, and React+Redux apps.
Eric Elliott

A JS decorators proposal is sitting at stage 1 of the ECMASCript process, but may soon advance further.
Nicolas Bevacqua

Master RESTful API's, Advanced Promises, new concepts in ES6, TypeScript other important learnings for moving to Angular 2. Attend remotely from anywhere in the world and take advantage of recorded sessions after course completion.
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An ultra-simplified example of all the major pieces of a modern compiler written in annotated, easy-to-read JavaScript.
James Kyle

A look at style guides, why AngularJS projects can need one, and some existing style guides you can use.
Francesco Iovine

The recent events caused by the unpublishing of npm modules has caused some key changes in npm policy that you need to be aware of when publishing your own packages.
npm, Inc.

Five JavaScript implementations of the decorator pattern for fun, profit and improving understanding.
Nick Meldrum


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