- About passive event listeners - Opt-in to better scroll performance by eliminating the need for scrolling to block on touch and wheel event listeners.
- jQuery 3.0 - The jQuery 3.0 final has been released.
- Anypixel - Lets you create web-friendly big, unusual, interactive displays using all sorts of things.
- Valido - Providing selected, well tested checks and a convenient API that’s written from the ground up to be easily extendable and testable.
- Kakapo - A full featured http mocking library that allows you to entirely replicate your backend logic in simple and declaritive way directly in the browser.
- A promise-based worldview - What was once considered a mistake by many is now seeing increasingly high rates of adoption.
- Simulating movement with ES6 generators - Infinite collections and ES6 generators for movement simulation help with possibly complex calculation of the points along the path, collision detection and eventual termination.
- A summary of the discussion of ES6 modules in Node.js - The Node TSC has been publicly discussing how to implement ES2015 modules in future versions of Node.js for a while now.
- Get started with mobile game development - How do you learn how to develop games for Android or iOS?
- The bare minimum to work with React - Often we need even less than the React starter pack. what’s the bare minimum to work with React?
- Angular 1.x styleguide (ES2015) - Includes new best practices for one-way dataflow, event delegation, component architecture and component routing for future-upgrading your application to Angular 2.
- Angular 2 - How to pass more parameters to Pipe - Pipe you can transform and filter your data. But how can you do more with it?
- Routing in Angular 2 revisited - Recently the Angular team announced yet another version of the new router, in which they considered all the gathered feedback from the community to make it finally sophisticated enough.
- ESLint Part 1: Exploration - With lots of rules and a healthy ecosystem of plugins, it can be intimidating. This article helps to make some sense of it all.
- The importance of code reviews - Why they’re an important part of the code shipping process, and how to get started with them.