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Issue 282 — May 5, 2016
A key milestone for the popular JavaScript engine: “V8 supports ES6 and ES7.” But how? And what does it mean for the future?
Michael Hablich

A well recorded live-coding two-parter. The first video focuses on building a backend, the second on the front-end. Modern practices & ES6 are used.

“If you are looking for an opinionated style guide for syntax, conventions, and structuring Angular applications, then step right in.”
Angular Core

Pinpoint performance issues and build faster AngularJS apps. See how your app spends its time (AJAX calls, template rendering and digest cycle), where it needs optimizing, and who wrote the slow code. Beta invite for all JavaScript Weekly readers.
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Closures are a fundamental concept. This is an extensive tutorial complete with code and diagrams to teach what’s involved.
Preethi Kasireddy

“96.5% of websites inspected do not use this one line of code that improves Angular performance.”
Hack Upstate

Our first online talk Angular: Tuning The Engine with Todd Motto went so well that we’re doing another. This time on bringing React and d3.js together to create reusable data viz components. Save your place here.
Swizec Teller

At the Forward 4 Web Summit, a 6 person all-star committee (including Allen Wirfs-Brock, editor of the ES2015 spec) discussed the future of JavaScript.
JavaScript Air

A look at recent WebAssembly developments and how you can play with it in your browser with Chrome and Firefox’s experimental support.
Elio Qoshi

A comprehensive guide to creating a hybrid app with Ionic from development to publishing in the app store. Useful info for all hybrid developers.
Nikola Brežnjak - Pluralsight

Now with tight integration with Angular 2.0.


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