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  1. Asset Management in Node

    Client-side asset management reveals a series of issues with Node.JS and npm today:

    • Node.JS is just a few years old (it was born in 2009)
    • Some areas, such as client-side …
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  2. A Note on Everyday Usability

    We can learn a lot about usability just by observing everyday objects, applications and interfaces. This morning I was flying to London from Buenos Aires, when I …

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  3. Upgraded Asset Management

    Recently, I’ve updated the documentation for assetify, and grunt-assetify. I wanted to share the usage patterns as well as my reasons for developing, and …

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  4. Continuous Development in Node.js

    With Grunt, the JavaScript task runner, it’s becoming increasingly easy to tackle continuous development. The goal is being able to work uninterruptedly in our …

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  5. Shared Rendering with Rendr

    Rendr boosts the perceived performance of Backbone applications by rendering them in the server-side. This allows us to display the rendered page before JavaScript code …

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  6. Testing JavaScript Modules with Tape

    I held a survey last monday where I asked for feedback about the kinds of things you want me to write about. It was quite useful, and one of the topics that seem to …

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  7. README Driven Development

    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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  8. Pragmatic Semantic Versioning

    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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  9. ES6 Strings (and Unicode, ❤) in Depth

    Yo. Here’s another edition of ES6 – “I can’t believe they killed off Stringer Bell” – in Depth series. If you’ve never …

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  10. JavaScript Developer Survey

    Following the footsteps of Alex R. Young and his retired dailyjs.com blog, I’ve put together a survey about JavaScript usage similar to those he used to host on …

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  11. The Art of a Pull Request

    Writing a great Pull Request takes time. It can be a scary proposition going in. Did I implement something relevant? Will they like my changes? Will the PR meet their expectations? How much scrutiny can I expect?

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  12. Mastering Modular JavaScript 🆕📗

    My latest book, Mastering Modular JavaScript, just went into Early Release and is available now on Safari Books Online. It’s a part of my “Modular JavaScript” effort. It covers module thinking, patterns & principles.

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