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  1. We don’t want your Coffee

    An open letter to the CoffeeScript community.

    You can follow the discussion on Hacker News.

    This rant probably also holds true for TypeScript, and similar. Heck, even

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  2. Event Emitter: Obey and Report

    The event emitter pattern was popularized by Node, and is made available in the browser by libraries such as EventEmitter2. In practice, I haven’t seen a lot of …

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  3. 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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  4. Immutable Deployments and Packer

    A correcter title for this series would be something along the lines of “Automating autoscaled zero-downtime immutable deployments using plain old bash, Packer, …

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  5. ES6 WeakMaps, Sets, and WeakSets in Depth

    Welcome once again to ES6 – “I can’t take this anymore” – in Depth. New here? Start with A Brief History of ES6 Tooling. Then, make …

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  6. 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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  7. ServiceWorker: Revolution of the Web Platform

    While not the most amusingly named feature of the web platform, everything seems to point at ServiceWorker being the most significant addition to the web platform since …

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  8. Making a Progressive App with ServiceWorker

    In previous articles, you’ve learned about how to use ServiceWorker, the different strategies that you can leverage to serve content offline and faster, and all …

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  9. JavaScript Developer Survey Results

    The end of year is drawing close and the JavaScript Developer Survey has now ended. The survey received an unimagined amount of replies and I’m excited to share …

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  10. ServiceWorker: A Basic Guide to BackgroundSync

    A simple guide to getting up and running using Background Sync and Service Workers. Background Sync is a new web API that lets you defer actions until the user has stable connectivity. This makes it great for ensuring that whatever the user wants to send, is actually sent.

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  11. JavaScript Asynchronous Iteration Proposal

    There’s a proposal in the works to simplify asynchronous iteration even further.

    The Asynchronous Iteration proposal is already in stage 2 and being heavily worked …

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  12. Mixing Generators Into Iterators

    As it turns out, iterators can be written using generators. This can lead to some interesting use cases.

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