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Thinking in Angular 4: Templates

To understand Angular 4, after the “Hero” tutorial you should start from the Template syntax.  We highlighted some statement in red below: Data direction Syntax Type One-way from data source to view target {{expression}} [target]="expression" bind-target="expression" Interpolation Property Attribute Class … Continue reading
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Finding the good one: mithril

I have just read this insightful statement on this blog article about congitive load in Javascript jQuery is undoubtedly useful when dealing with browser quirks, but once an application grows over a few thousand lines of code, unstructured jQuery code … Continue reading
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JavaScript Wars: Xtend

And so Java, the old old King is still alive. After Scala, Clojure, NodeJS, and Dart, a new hero is knocking to its castle: Eclipse Xtend Will he succeed? Hard to Say, but Xtend is very similar to CoffeScript: Xtend … Continue reading
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Dart Sith move first

So Dart Sith has just launched his first DeathStar, my young JavaScript fellow: a site devoted to the Dart language Because I am a very old Jedi (1974, before ever the first WtartWars trilogy showdown)  I had to rest a … Continue reading
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JavaScript Wars hits nodejs

This week, the nodejs community had a big flame. All was started by this blog post, which  tried to slap down node.js server because of its mono-thread nature. And node.js fight back knocking down the attacker. Let’see how.
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Learn Javascript for the 2012

So we are here again talking about Javascript. I have already wrote an article comparing a well known SmallTalk implementation to Javascript. If my ideas are right (at least a bit), you will see more and more javascript on the … Continue reading
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