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Issue 279 — April 14, 2016
A look at approaches and best practices to error handling in JavaScript, including how to deal with errors thrown by asynchronous code.
Camilo Reyes

A compilation of common beginner mistakes to avoid when you’re writing your first Angular 2 app.
Kara Erickson

Domenic Denicola presents an update on WHATWG progress on adding support for JavaScript modules to popular Web Platform specs.
The WHATWG Blog

Join us at SIGNAL for an amazing speaker lineup including JavaScript engineer Katy Moe who will hack an NFC chip implanted in her hand onstage.
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With the first ‘major version’ release following 0.14.0, React 15 brings key improvements to how it interacts with the DOM and removes some deprecations. 15.0.1 followed a day later.
Dan Abramov

At Build 2016, Anders Hejlsberg discussed the current state of TypeScript and previewed some features coming in the next few months. Video here.
InfoQ

‘Language services’ are responsible for syntax highlighting, completion lists, signature help, and other tooling features in VS.
Microsoft

Mark Brown looks at the state of modules and shows how, with the help of Browserify, Webpack and jspm, you can use them in your projects today.
Mark Brown

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