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Issue 280 — April 21, 2016

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Angular and React? Here’s a look at work being done to render Angular 2 apps with React Native to make cross-platform native app dev easier.
Angular Team

A look at jQuery’s event methods, complete with Codepen examples, and best practices to follow when working with them.
Baljeet Rathi

Facebook introduced JSX, in which HTML markup is mixed in with JavaScript. What about if we did the same with CSS? Enter CSSX.
Krasimir Tsonev

To build the new mobile interface for its Dynamics CRM solution, Microsoft used the high-quality JavaScript controls in Wijmo 5, a collection of true JavaScript UI controls by GrapeCity. Read more about the top reasons Microsoft Dynamics chose Wijmo 5.
Wijmo   Sponsored

Didn’t make it to EmberConf? Slept in too late to see Tom and Yehuda’s keynote? Never fear, it’s all here.

After just one year in the open source community, React Native has changed the way many developers build apps on both desktop and mobile platforms.

Recently open sourced, ChakraCore is the heart of the JS engine used by Microsoft Edge and Windows 10. Brian Terlson looks at what’s new, what’s next, and how to directly use it yourself.
Channel 9

A walk through a simple boilerplate designed to help developers understand the architectural process behind setting up Angular 2 apps.
Todd Motto


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