Web Dev @ Microsoft
Josh Rennert, Oct 21

How to Create Your Own Browser with JavaScript Using EdgeHTML

Microsoft's Josh Rennert explains how to create a web browser with JavaScript using EdgeHTML.
8 COMMENTs
Web Dev @ Microsoft
David Catuhe, Oct 20

JavaScript Goes Asynchronous (and It's Awesome)

Microsoft's David Catuhe explains JavaScript's recent advances in the area of asynchronous code.
5 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Lamin Sanneh, Oct 19

What's New in Ember 2.0?

Join Lamin Sanneh for a tour of Ember 2.0 and the new features it will bring, which include a new rendering engine and component-based architecture.
22 COMMENTs
JavaScript
M. David Green, Oct 16

A Beginner's Guide to Currying in Functional JavaScript

M. David Green demonstrates the concept of currying — a useful technique, to partially evaluate functions and make your functional JavaScript more readable.
8 COMMENTs
Mobile
Narayan Prusty, Oct 16

Storing Local Data in a Cordova App

Narayan Prusty looks at the plugins and APIs available for storing local data in a Cordova App and creates an application to demonstrate.
2 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Thomas Greco, Oct 15

Understanding PhantomJS

Tom Greco explains the core concepts of PhantomJS and try to demystify some of its complexities that often seem to confuse developers.
16 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Tim Evko, Oct 15

Watch: Loading Images the Lazy Loading Way

You may have noticed that images on websites can be heavy and slow. In this screencast we'll take a look at how to lazyload an image, improving performance.
7 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Rakhitha Nimesh, Oct 14

Building an Image Gallery Component with Polymer

Rakhitha Nimesh teaches you how to create an Image Gallery as a web component suing Polymer 1.0.
19 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Stephan Max, Oct 12

The Command Line API for Fun and Profit

Stephan Max demonstrates an array of techniques for using the command line api to make your JavaScript development and debugging experience smoother.
4 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Iddo Gino, Oct 08

Caching a MongoDB Database with Redis

Iddo Gino teaches you how to improve the performance of your Node.js web service with Redis to store the results of the query executed on a MongoDB database
9 COMMENTs
JavaScript
James Allen, Oct 08

The Importance of Client-Side JavaScript Security

James Allen explains the importance of implementing client-side JavaScript security, and offers several ways to keep your JS secure.
2 COMMENTs
Web Dev @ Microsoft
Etienne Margraff, Oct 07

How to deploy an Online Vorlon.js Server with Authentication

Etienne Margraff explains the importance of adding authentication to a Vorlon.js server
25 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Aldo Ziflaj, Oct 07

3 JavaScript ORMs You Might Not Know

In this article Aldo Ziflaj introduces three JavaScript ORMs which can help you deal with complex data in your app: Bookshelf.js, Sequelize and Lovefield.
9 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Ravi, Oct 05

Asynchronous APIs Using the Fetch API and ES6 Generators

Ravi Kiran demonstrates how to combine powerful new ES6 features (namely generators, Promises and the Fetch API) to create asynchronous APIs in JavaScript.
17 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Edwin Reynoso, Oct 02

Lose the jQuery Bloat ­— DOM Manipulation with NodeList.js

Edwin Reynoso introduces NodeList.js, a tiny library he wrote to make DOM manipulation with plain JS suck less and to rid people of their jQuery dependency.
1 COMMENT
JavaScript
Ashish Trivedi, Oct 01

Introduction to Rendr

Ashish Trivedi introduces Rendr, a popular isomorphic JavaScript library, with an eye to the design, the components and the flow of a typical application.
3 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Michael Chan, Oct 01

Watch: Using Webpack to Transform JSX

One of the major objections people have with React is JSX' need to be pre-processed and packaged for the browser. Fear not! Webpack and Babel.js are here.
2 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Kev Zettler, Sep 30

React Data Fetching with Relay

Kevin Zettler introduces you to Relay, a new framework for data fetching from Facebook meant to work seamlessly with React.
4 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Tim Evko, Sep 29

Watch: Performance with requestAnimationFrame

Animation in JavaScript can be difficult to create, and even harder to optimize for performance. Learn how to get better at both with requestAnimationFrame.
37 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Yaphi Berhanu, Sep 28

Six Simple Mind Tricks to Help You Learn JavaScript Faster

Nowadays, there's so much to learn and very often so little time. Yaphi Berhanu shares six simple mind tricks you can use today to learn JavaScript faster.
20 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Jamie Shields, Sep 25

Mastering Your Inbox with the Gmail JavaScript API

Jamie Shields shows how to use Gmail's JavaScript API to authenticate a user, then fetch the last 10 emails from their inbox and display them in the browser
5 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Thomas Greco, Sep 25

Watch: Compiling Sass using grunt-contrib-watch

Learn how to use Grunt’s Sass, watch, and connect plug-ins to create a build system that opens a browser, and updates any change in html, or Sass code.
10 COMMENTs
Mobile
Jay Raj, Sep 25

Synchronizing Offline App Data with PouchDB

Jay Raj looks at using PouchDB and the Ionic framework to synchronize local app data with remote central databases.
16 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Abbas Suterwala, Sep 24

Creating and Handling Forms in Node.js

Abbas Suterwala shows how third party modules like “formidable” make it easy for the application to parse forms and concentrate on the application logic.