David Aragon decided to read the source code to jQuery and found a variety of things he hadn’t expected. In the comments, however, Dave Methvin notes that you need to be careful as undocumented features can change without notice.
Jonathan Creamer presents a tutorial on mastering ‘Scope’ within Angular.js, from $rootScope down through scope within Controllers and Directives.
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Formerly known as the jQuery Parse Plugin. An excellent example of a well written project homepage that shows off what a library does.
How many JS ‘best practices’ can be irrelevant in test environments.
Object.observe() is now in Chrome Stable news
React v0.11 Released news
Ember 1.6.1 Released (a small bug-fix release) news
Hacking A HTML Renderer in Plain Browser-Side JS video
By counting the number of objects in the global space or by using strict mode.
How AngularJS Implements Dirty Checking and How to Replicate It Ourselves tutorial
Using an LED Matrix Display from Node.js with Johnny-Five tutorial
AngularJS for Absolute Beginners tutorial
Deprecating the 'switch' Statement for Object Literals
Web Components Aren’t Ready for Production... Yet
Rome: A Dependency Free, Opt-in UI, Customizable Date (and Time) Picker code
ConstraintJS: Define Automatically Maintained Relationships between Page Elements code
CMU Natural Programming Group
Autopolyfiller: Precise Polyfills for the Targeted Environments code
Autopolyfiller scans your code for polyfills then applies or removes only those relevant to the targeted environments.
In this context, ‘magic numbers’ means values littered through code that could more ideally be replaced with named constants.
Daniel St. Jules
Trumbowyg: A Lightweight WYSIWYG Editor jQuery Plugin code
Announcing JS Error Reporting + AJAX Timing in New Relic
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