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Issue 283 — May 12, 2016
Angular’s largest conference took place last week and videos are already up. Enjoy the keynote for a major overview of Angular 2 and its ecosystem.
YouTube

A look at an API that lets programmers use multiple workers and shared memory to implement true parallel algorithms.
Mozilla Hacks

Learn how to add more functionality to your browser by creating your own bookmark manager Chrome extension using Angular 2 and TypeScript.
Michaela Lehr

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A major milestone for the toolkit that lets you build native-feeling apps on Windows, Mac, and Linux using HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
Jessica Lord

A handy reference of JavaScript terms with community-driven descriptions.
Hugo Giraudel

Ravi Kiran introduces jspm and SystemJS, tools that let you load any module format (ES6, AMD, CommonJS and globals) directly from any registry.
Ravi Kiran

Polyfills native JVM support so you can import existing Java code and invoke it from JavaScript. If you wanted to.
Harshad RJ and Jim Sproch

Inspired by sites like Laracasts and Railscasts, the videos so far seem to be free so fill your boots with videos on Express, npm, ES6, and more.
Jon Kuperman

Jobs

  • JavaScript/HTML5 Developer at Evolution GamingWe are looking for a senior developer who would be ready to shape the future and accomplish challenging tasks, e.g., migrating stateful legacy components to functional React-Redux ones and modularising CSS with the help of css-modules.  Evolution Gaming
  • Fullstack software engineer at Groupon (Seattle, WA)Are you passionate about customer facing web sites & creating highly scalable backend services? Do you enjoy working on front end to deliver sound user experiences using some of the latest technologies like Node.js & Angular.js? If all your answers are yes, we want to meet with you.  Groupon
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