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Issue 290 — June 30, 2016
Redux is an app state container, commonly (but not always) used alongside React. Alex Bachuk explains what it offers and how to use it in your projects.
Alex Bachuk

D3 is huge in the Web data-vis world and 4.0 is a significant update. D3 is now modular, composed of small libraries you can also use independently.

A well presented, flexible, and lightweight JavaScript animation library with 10 CodePen examples to show it off.
Julian Garnier

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Feeling adventurous? Follow this walkthrough to building something very simple using WebAssembly, a new under-development bytecode for writing and running browser agnostic code for the Web.
Nick Larsen

A look at how to use the Angular 2 CLI to rapidly scaffold, develop, test and deploy an Angular 2 webapp.
Jeremy Likness

A brief entry-level introduction to debugging Node apps using the debug module, the built-in debugger and Chrome DevTools.
Gergely Nemeth

A layer on top of React Native providing a basic set of components for mobile app development.


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