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Issue 292 — July 15, 2016

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A flexible, plugin-driven framework for building rich editors like those used by Medium or Dropbox Paper without your codebase getting mired in complexity.
Ian Storm Taylor

The creator of Espruino (a JS interpreter for microcontrollers) is creating a JavaScript-programmable Bluetooth beacon. It’s on KickStarter and has already far surpassed its goal.
Pur3 Ltd

An engaging and educational 15 minute tour of the roles of var, let and const in ES6, led by a front-end developer from Spotify.
Mattias Petter Johansson

Eight days of sessions and workshops on React, Redux, D3, Angular 2, Accessibility, Progressive Web Apps, Dev Ops and Functional JavaScript. Grab one of the last few spots
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ForwardJS

Vue.js is a reactive UI component library. Beta 1 of v2 is now out, and this tutorial provides a thorough introduction.
Alex Sears

Changes to jQuery Deferreds in jQuery 3 caused errors to be silenced in certain places (e.g. document ready handlers). jQuery 3.1 fixes this.
jQuery Foundation

An experimental framework for extracting meaning from web pages, identifying parts like buttons, address forms, and the main textual content. It scores DOM nodes and extracts them based on criteria you specify.
Mozilla

A library to help you format input text content automatically (e.g. dates, card numbers). Take a look at the demo page for plenty of examples.
Max Huang

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