Heroku | 10 Habits of a Happy Node Hacker (2016)

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SimplifyTech predictions are famously inaccurate, but I’ll make one here for the upcoming year. I predict that 2016 will be the year of simplification in JavaScript.A growing group of developers are simplifying their architectures already. Instead of monolithic MVCs with big frameworks, they’re building apps with static frontends, which can be served over CDN, with a Node.js API for dynamic …

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Angular 1 and Angular 2 integration: the path to seamless upgrade | AngularJS

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Angular 1 and Angular 2 integration: the path to seamless upgradeHave an existing Angular 1 application and are wondering about upgrading to Angular 2?  Well, read on and learn about our plans to support incremental upgrades.SummaryGood news!We’re enabling mixing of Angular 1 and Angular 2 in the same application.You can mix Angular 1 and Angular 2 components in the same …

BEM 101 | CSS-Tricks

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Another smart part of BEM is that everything is a class and nothing is nested. That makes CSS specificity very flat and low, which is a good idea. It means you won’t end up fighting with yourself over specificity. Source: BEM 101 | CSS-Tricks Excellent overview and links for further reading on BEM style CSS.