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  1. Pragmatic Unit Testing in JavaScript

    More often than not, companies completely (and irresponsibly) disregard JavaScript as code that should be unit tested. They might test their back-end code, it may be in …

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  2. Learn Regular Expressions

    Regular Expressions are a fundamental tool every programmer should understand, at the very least on a basic level. I might not make an expert in regex out of you, but at …

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  3. Teach Yourself Node.js in 10 Steps

    I’m not sure anyone needs convincing that Node.js is freaking awesome, little has been said otherwise. Many of the people reading this blog are already …

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  4. Package Authoring with Paqui

    Creating client-side JavaScript packages is increasingly becoming a painful endeavor. Here’s a potential fix.

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  5. Choose: Grunt, Gulp, or npm?

    Deciding on a technology is always hard. You don’t want to make commitments you won’t be able to back out of, but eventually you’ll have to make a …

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  6. Building High-Quality Front-End Modules

    Lately I’ve been developing front-end modules solely based on Browserify, the latest being rome. Rome is a calendar component that has an extensive feature-set. …

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  7. Priorities

    Peter-Paul Koch (@ppk) recently wrote an article that generated noticeable turmoil. One of the best responses was Jeremy Keith (@adactio)'s article,

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  8. ES6 Proxy Traps in Depth

    Welcome to ES6 – “Please, not again” – in Depth. Looking for other ES6 goodness? Refer to A Brief History of ES6 Tooling. Then, make your way …

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  9. Using the JavaScript Charting Library

    I’ve been asked to review the JSCharting enterprise charting library, and given that I’ve recently dabbled in visualizations I felt like this was a great …

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  10. Inlining Critical CSS for Dynamic Web Apps

    During the redesign I was faced with a problem and I had to rethink the way I inline CSS in my blog, so I figured it’d be a good time to write about it in more …

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  11. Thousands of Color-coded Visualizations in React

    For the past few days I’ve been working on a data visualization that displays Elasticsearch node distribution across different cloud instances and zones.

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  12. Let’s use const! Here’s why.

    When reading a piece of code, others can take cues from these signals in order to better understand what we did. ES6 offers let and const as new flavors of variable declaration, are they better signals than var?

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