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ISSUE #118

ES6 cheatsheet, learning JavaScript in 2017, and more


ES2015+ cheatsheet

One-page guide to ES2015+: usage, examples, and more. A quick overview of new JavaScript features in ES2015, ES2016, ES2017 and beyond.

Learning Javascript in 2017 | Ivan Jurina

Learning Javascript in 2017. For devs who know what Javascript was.


Create a Twitter Politician Bot with Markov Chains, Node.js and StdLib | Steve Meyer

In the world’s current political climate, propaganda is the name of the game and Twitter is the medium of choice. Automation is king, and if you’re not using Twitter bots to sway the masses, you’re…

GitHub - i0natan/nodebestpractices

The largest Node.JS best practices list. Curated from the top ranked articles and always updated


Reducing Redux Boilerplate with redux-actions | Matt Carbone

So lately i’ve been writing actions and reducers with redux-actions and I’ve really enjoyed how it has “reduced” (sorry, easy dad joke opportunity) the redux code footprint.


VueJS Talks Digest Q3 2017 - Curation of 19 VueJS talks on MeetupFeed

The VueJS Talks Digest Q3 is a collection of 19 recorded talks from the meetups and conferences during July, August and September (hence the Q3 title).


Implementing interfaces in JavaScript with Implement.js | Josh J

In this article I will introduce the concept of interfaces and how they can be useful even in dynamic languages. I will also use the library Implement.js to bring the concept to JavaScript, and show…


How to format JavaScript automatically with Prettier and Git | Node Web Apps

Prettier is a new code formatter for JavaScript developed at Facebook. Unlike traditional formatters, it is opinionated and can work with no configuration. Prettier makes your JavaScript be easy-to-read and follow a specific convention. It also works with Flow, TypeScript, JSON, CSS, and more.


Tonal App

A simple Tonal showcase.