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  1. Publishing Node.js Packages with npm

    Back when I introduced assetify, I mentioned publishing packages on npm is very easy.

    The first thing you have to do is identify yourself, create an account on npm:

    $ npm …
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  2. CSS For Dummies

    Web design today is hard to get right. I’ve been meaning to talk about front-end design for a while, but I couldn’t get the subject quite right. Seeing how …

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  3. A BrowserSync Primer

    BrowserSync is a browser testing tool, similar to LiveReload. It also synchronizes across browsers and is going to provide HTML injection in the very near future, …

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  4. I’m Building Stompflow!

    Hey there! Today I have exciting news to share. We’ve recently started developing a prototype for a project management service called Stompflow, and it has a …

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  5. Things you can do with native DOM

    These are short-form “thoughts”, in addition to the usual longer-form articles in the blog. The goal is to publish one of these every weekday. I’d …

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  6. ES6 Let, Const and the “Temporal Dead Zone” (TDZ) in Depth

    This is yet another edition of ES6 in Depth. First time here? Welcome! So far we covered destructuring, template literals, arrow functions, the spread operator and rest …

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  7. ES6 Symbols in Depth

    Buon giorno! Willkommen to ES6 – “I can’t believe this is yet another installment” – in Depth. If you have no idea how you got here or …

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  8. ES6 Maps in Depth

    Hello, this is ES6 – “Please make them stop” – in Depth. New here? Start with A Brief History of ES6 Tooling. Then, make your way through

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  9. Third Year in Review

    In what has now become somewhat of a tradition for me, I’m looking back on the past year and digging up stats about the blog and my career. This was definitely an …

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  10. ECMAScript Proposal for JavaScript Decorators
    (and protocols)

    There’s a JavaScript decorators proposal in the works.
    We take a look at how it works and why it’s useful.

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  11. The npm Meltdown Uncovers Serious Security Risks

    Earlier this week, as almost everyone reading this article knows, npm experienced a brief service interruption where npm install would fail for heaps of popular packages …

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  12. Setting Up Elasticsearch for a Blog

    I’ve been experimenting with elasticsearch – and working at the company behind it for a while – so it only made sense to incorporate it as Pony Foo’s search provider.

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