Tag Archives: Javascript

Top 10 Security Risks for AngularJS Applications – Kevin Hakanson

Top 10 Security Risks for AngularJS Applications – Kevin Hakanson

Kevin Hakanson gave a talk at the AngularMN Meetup this week on the top 10 OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) web application security risks and how they relate to AngularJS. This video is a bit of a hazy Google hangout but go to 10:30 to skip housekeeping. Hakanson delves into the following 10 points to help developers consider which patterns to ...

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Opinion Split On Node.js and io.js Reconciliation

Opinion Split On Node.js and io.js Reconciliation

At the beginning of December last year Mikeal Rogers wrote a piece on Medium in which he posed the question “can any company be trusted with the ownership of a community driven open source project?” which more or less coincided with the creation of io.js in which one of the underlying messages was that the incentive for a company to be ...

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Breaking Down Language Barriers, Valerie Mettler, Web Developer (Ruby on Rails and JavaScript)

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Steve Jobs once said, “Everybody in this country should learn to program a computer, because it teaches you how to think.” These words became part of a life changing transition for Valerie Mettler, laying down a successful career in teaching and natural languages to fully immerse herself in picking up computer languages and become a Web Developer. Mettler’s approach was ...

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Pre-release React Native talk at Facebook’s London Office – React.js User Group

Pre-release React Native talk at Facebook’s London Office – React.js User Group

Facebook hosted February’s London React.js User Group Meetup featuring talks from Guy Nesher from Conversocial entitled ‘An Introduction to Flux‘, Robbie McCorkell of Red Badger with ‘A Preview of React Native’ and a couple of lightening talks.. ‘React Powered Playlists’ for Parties by Rui Ramos and ‘Application Layout for React’ by Steve Heron. Bizarrely for him, Robbie McCorkell gives a talk on ...

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Going Off Piste with the React.js Development Team, React.js Conf 2015

Going Off Piste with the React.js Development Team, React.js Conf 2015

One of the other uploads that I thought would be worth curating a few items from at the recent React.js Conf is the Q&A session with Facebook’s React.js team being quizzed by the audience. The first poke was in relation to the prototypes that run React apps in a web worker, “I’ve seen proposals for web workers and this native stuff ...

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JavaScript Magic for Smoother IoT Projects

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Andy Carle calls it ‘The Chasm of Despair” – the continuous loop between getting funding for your fantastic startup idea and the many iterations prior to realise which throws you round and around like a rag doll on a white knuckle ride during which time you realise you are most definitely not production ready, you ditch all progress to date, realise ...

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Top Resource Digest, Links from around the Community | Monday 9th February 2015

Top Resource Digest, Links from around the Community | Monday 9th February 2015

A collection of resources, blog posts and links on various technologies from around the web this week. JavaScript Sneaky JavaScript techniques for quick fixes Replace Coffeecript with ES6   Clojure/Functional Programming Getting the hang of (map) by Clojure Geek Otto.de recent release of Clojure microservices to Github Walmart Labs, San Francisco looking for Clojure Engineer ClojureScript minimal dev vs production ...

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React.js Reaches Maturity With First Conference

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The first React.js Conference was held last week at Facebook HQ for the JavaScript library by Facebook and Instagram which has become hugely popular over the last eighteen months. Facebook created React in order to promote the use of UI components which present data that changes over time for complex UI rendering and open sourced it back in May 2013 ...

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Gulp.js, The Streaming Build System, Jack Franklin

Gulp.js, The Streaming Build System, Jack Franklin

Jack Franklin runs javascriptplayground.com which is a blog covering all things js, including testing, Backbone, Node, JQuery and so on along with cameo contributions from other developers. In this presentation at Future Of Web Apps in October he talks about Gulp.js and how it has become so popular as a build tool whilst also demonstrating an install and common tasks. With ...

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