JSCS – Coding Standards Linter

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JSCS is a code style linter for programmatically enforcing your style guide. You can configure JSCS for your project in detail using over 90 validation rules, including presets from popular style guides like jQuery, Airbnb, Google, and more. via JSCS – About.

The Future of AngularJS – O’Reilly Radar

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Data Persistence One last major piece of the puzzle that is AngularJS 2.0 is the persistence story. AngularJS started with pure XHR request support (through $http and $resource). Sockets were introduced through third-party services and integrations. Offline support was done through LocalStorage on a per-application basis. These have become common enough in applications nowadays that rethinking the core AngularJS communication …

JavaScript Application Architecture On The Road To 2015 — Medium

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Composition is incredibly powerful, allowing us to stitch together reusable pieces of functionality to “compose” a larger application. Composition ushers in a mindset of things being good when they’re modular, smaller and easier to test. Easier to reason with. Easier to distribute. via JavaScript Application Architecture On The Road To 2015 — Medium. From Addy’s excellent survey of the JS …

Planning A Front-end JavaScript Application -Telerik Developer Network

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16 steps that front-end developers should go through when planning a front-end web application via Planning A Front-end JavaScript Application -Telerik Developer Network. Cody’s insights are alway’s interesting and this post contains some excellent insights on current front end development and links to some tools in each step of interest as well.

What is Traceur?

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Traceur is a JavaScript.next-to-JavaScript-of-today compiler that allows you to use features from the future today. Traceur’s goal is to inform the design of new JavaScript features which are only valuable if they allow you to write better code. Traceur allows you to try out new and proposed language features today, helping you say what you mean in your code while …

How to Embrace Angular 2.0 Today with a Future-Friendly Angular 1.3 Application – The rangleBlog

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You’ll Want an ES6-based FrameworkThe transition to ES6 introduces a challenge to all existing frameworks. When using ES6 becomes practical, frameworks that take advantage of its features such as classes and “native” modules would look a lot more attractive than those that do not. Angular 2.0 is AngularJS’s team response to that challenge. It is a framework that is based on …