ECMAScript 6: maps and sets
Among others, the following four data structures are new in ECMAScript 6: Map, WeakMap, Set and WeakSet. This blog post explains how they wor
Introduction to HTML Imports
Template, Shadow DOM, and Custom Elements enable you to build UI components easier than before. But it's not efficient to load each resou
If you use Ruby on Rails, then you might like this Rails REST library wrapped: Databound (GitHub: Nedomas/databound, Lice
Curl Converter, aja.js, sneakpeek
Chrome’s “Copy as cURL” menu item is useful, but what if you want to duplicate the same request with
Node Roundup: nchat, hulken, cult
nchat (GitHub: irrationalistic/nchat, npm: nchat) by Chris Rolfs is a terminal-based chat application that uses WebSocket, which
A new Microsoft browser?
Recently the news broke that Microsoft may be working on another browser instead of IE. After reviewing the available evidence I’ve com
I can’t keep up with the libraries that people send to DailyJS – there are just too many! I’ve always felt like this
React-Grid-Layout, Angular Debug Bar and Reading Position
Samuel Reed sent in React-Grid-Layout (GitHub: strml/react-grid-layout, License: MIT), a grid system that is respons
ngKookies (GitHub: voronianski/ngKookies, License: MIT, npm: ngkookies) by Dmitri Voronianski is a replacement for the Angul
Symbols in ECMAScript 6
Symbols are a new primitive type in ECMAScript 6 . This blog post explains how they work.
A new primitive typeECMAScript 6 introduces a
I don’t know about you, but I hate putting together my résumé. I start to focus too much on the presentation
Holiday Hacking: Apps
What do you do when you leave your computer/laptop at home while you visit family for the holidays? I always do this, thinking that it&
Node Roundup: 0.10.35, Prettiest, Artisan Validator
Node 0.10.35 was released today, which has some changes to timers relating to the unref behaviour:
Particle Paintings, AMD to CommonJS with Recast
Tadeu Zagallo sent in a Canvas experiment that uses typed arrays, optimised sorting algorithms, and inlining and bitwise
ECMAScript 6: new OOP features besides classes
Classes  are the major new OOP feature in ECMAScript 6 . However, it also includes new features for object literals and new utility met
What is the best way to add new features to a language? This blog post describes the approach taken by ECMAScript 6 , the next version of
Mozilla and Web Components: Update
Mozilla has a long history of participating in standards development. The post
below shows a real-time slice of how standards are debated and
Web Components + Backbone: A Game-Changing Combination
Web Components promise to change how we think about modularity on the web, and
when combined with the structure and organization of Backbone.
Meta programming with ECMAScript 6 proxies
This blog post explains the ECMAScript 6 (ES6) feature proxies. Proxies enable you to intercept and customize operations performed on objects
Thanks to Retinafy.me readers, $1,044 go to kids in Ferguson!
Last Tuesday, I’ve started a little Thanksgiving charity drive to get some money together for kids in Ferguson. I couldn’t be hap
What's next for X-Tag project
Many things happened since Mozilla first announced its solution to bring Web
Components capabilities to all modern browsers.
To continue our
Introduction to Service Worker: How to use Service Worker
Service Worker will revolutionize the way we build for the web. Learn about what it is, why it is important and how to use it.
Get retinafied and support kids in need!
Up to and including Monday December 1, 100% of sales of my Retina Web ebook will go to Donors Choose projects in Ferguson, MO. These kids nee
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