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Wednesday, 28 September, 2016 UTC

Mastercard Unveils Developer Platform With 25 New APIs

Mastercard Unveils Developer Platform With 25 New APIs

At the beginning of 2016, the mission for Mastercard was to “move beyond the payment.” The idea was to continue the mission of enabling commerce for every device while at the same time build new ways for companies to build relationships and engagement ... more


Wednesday, 28 September, 2016 UTC

Unveiling Algolia’s WordPress search plugin – blog search at the speed of thought

Unveiling Algolia’s WordPress search plugin – blog search at the speed of thought

Today we are very excited to announce our Search by Algolia plugin for WordPress which will bring relevancy, instant search and autocomplete capabilities to almost 30% of the internet which is powered by WordPress. We believe that every website or blog, ... more


Wednesday, 28 September, 2016 UTC

Building Hybrid Apps With ChakraCore

Building Hybrid Apps With ChakraCore

There are many reasons why one may want to embed JavaScript capabilities into an app. One example may be to take a dependency on a JavaScript library that has not yet been ported to the language you’re developing in. Another may be that you want to allow ... more


Wednesday, 28 September, 2016 UTC

Les meilleurs librairies d’animations de 2016

Les meilleurs librairies d’animations de 2016

Le web est rempli d’animations étonnantes et hypnotiques. Aujourd’hui, les développeurs utilisent une grande variété de techniques pour créer de l’engagement, distraire,… Cet article Les meilleurs librairies d’animations de 2016 est apparu en premier ... more


Wednesday, 28 September, 2016 UTC

Increased 503 rate on tarball downloads served from Sydney

Increased 503 rate on tarball downloads served from Sydney

Sep 28, 05:45 UTC Resolved - The 503 rate has returned to nominal levels. Sep 28, 05:24 UTC Monitoring - 503 rate decreased, continuing to monitor. Sep 28, 04:59 UTC Investigating - Increased 503 rate on tarball downloads served from Sydney. ... more


Wednesday, 28 September, 2016 UTC

Boilerplate: Webpack + React + Redux

Boilerplate: Webpack + React + Redux

A boilerplate for playing around with react, redux and react-router with the help of webpack. Contains: a working example of a filterable table which you can play around with (look below). ES6 – 7 Support with Babel Redux dev tools to help you keep track ... more


Wednesday, 28 September, 2016 UTC

Node v6.7.0 (Current)

Node v6.7.0 (Current)

This is an important security release . All Node.js users should consult the security release summary at for details on patched vulnerabilities. Notable changes Semver Minor: openssl : Upgrade to 1.0.2i, fixes a number of defects impacting Node.js: CVE-2016-6304 ... more


Wednesday, 28 September, 2016 UTC

Node v0.12.16 (Maintenance)

Node v0.12.16 (Maintenance)

This is an important security release . All Node.js users should consult the security release summary at for details on patched vulnerabilities. Notable changes: buffer: Zero-fill excess bytes in new Buffer objects created with Buffer.concat() while ... more


Wednesday, 28 September, 2016 UTC

Node v0.10.47 (Maintenance)

Node v0.10.47 (Maintenance)

This is an important security release . All Node.js users should consult the security release summary at for details on patched vulnerabilities. Notable changes: buffer: Zero-fill excess bytes in new Buffer objects created with Buffer.concat() while ... more


Wednesday, 28 September, 2016 UTC

Node v4.6.0 (LTS)

Node v4.6.0 (LTS)

This is an important security release . All Node.js users should consult the security release summary at for details on patched vulnerabilities. Notable Changes Semver Minor: openssl : Upgrade to 1.0.2i, fixes a number of defects impacting Node.js: CVE-2016-6304 ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

Front End Newsletter - Issue 30 - Sep 27th 2016

Front End Newsletter - Issue 30 - Sep 27th 2016

Angular Angular 2: From Services To Reactive Effects In this post, Oren Farhi shares more insights on working with ngrx/effects version 2 (currently in beta) and show a real app use case where he applied it. orizens.com Testing Components in Angular ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

Build a Search Engine with Node.js and Elasticsearch

Build a Search Engine with Node.js and Elasticsearch

Elasticsearch is an open source search engine, which is gaining popularity due to its high performance and distributed architecture. In this article, I will discuss its key features and walk you through the process of using it to create a Node.js search ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

Onion Creates a $5 Linux Computer with Wi-Fi, Designed for IoT Applications

Onion Creates a $5 Linux Computer with Wi-Fi, Designed for IoT Applications

Onion.io has produced a $5 tiny Linux computer that's designed for Internet of Things applications. Onion calls the Omega2 the "World's smallest Linux server, with Wi-Fi built-in." The device has a 580 MHz CPU, 64MB of RAM, 16MB of flash storage. ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

Accessibility 102: Beyond alt=””

Accessibility 102: Beyond alt=””

Communication is a fundamental social process, a basic human need and the foundation of all social organization. It is central to the Information Society. Everyone, everywhere should have the opportunity to participate and no one should be excluded from ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

Breaking the Node.js event loop

Breaking the Node.js event loop

[Taken from Part 3 of my talk at the Seattle Node.js meetup on 7/24/2015. Code. Direct link to original screencast. My original Dangerous Cliffs of Node.js post.] Asynchronous programming is difficult to wrap your mind around: threads, semaphores, and ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

Hello, Stormpath!

Hello, Stormpath!

Today, I’m pleased to announce that I’ve joined Stormpath as a Developer Evangelist! About Me I have a unique background; one you wouldn’t expect from a technologist. I grew up in the back woods of Montana. In fact, I was born in a log cabin, built by ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

JavaScript Speech Recognition

JavaScript Speech Recognition

Speech recognition software is becoming more and more important; it started (for me) with Siri on iOS, then Amazon’s Echo, then my new Apple TV, and so on. Speech recognition is so useful for not just us tech superstars but for people who either want ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

Build the Back-End For Your Own Instagram-style App with Cloudinary

Build the Back-End For Your Own Instagram-style App with Cloudinary

Managing media files (processing, storage and manipulation) is one of the biggest challenges we encounter as practical developers. These challenges include: Media uploads Resource management (leads to heavy costing) Media storage Media manipulation Poor ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

Electron’s API Docs as Structured Data

Electron’s API Docs as Structured Data

Today we’re announcing some improvements to Electron’s documentation. Every new release now includes a JSON file that describes all of Electron’s public APIs in detail. We created this file to enable developers to use Electron’s API documentation in ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

Build the Back-End For Your Own Instagram-style App with Cloudinary

Build the Back-End For Your Own Instagram-style App with Cloudinary

Managing media files (processing, storage and manipulation) is one of the biggest challenges we encounter as practical developers. These challenges include: Media uploads Resource management (leads to heavy costing) Media storage Media manipulation Poor ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

Take part in Onsen UI 2.0 Tutorial Contest

Take part in Onsen UI 2.0 Tutorial Contest

We recently released Onsen UI 2.0, which is framework-agnostic, supports both flat and material design, offers a rich collection of UI components and is just beyond beautiful and performant. Whoever has tried it was mesmerised, and in order to continue ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

Identity Management in Spring Boot with Twilio and Stormpath in 15 Minutes

Identity Management in Spring Boot with Twilio and Stormpath in 15 Minutes

Today, in less than 30 seconds or so, I was able to set up a Twilio account and send myself a text message using httpie. Another few minutes work (fewer than 5) and I had a Spring Boot application doing the same. In about the same five minutes, you can ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

5 Time-Saving Bash Scripts

5 Time-Saving Bash Scripts

A good developer is a lazy developer. A good developer should always hate doing the same things over and over again. One of the best ways to embrace the laziness and be more efficient is through writing good shell scripts. In this blog post, I’ll show ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

Everything You Should Know About Progressive Web Apps

Everything You Should Know About Progressive Web Apps

A Progressive Web Apps is a web application which takes advantage of modern browser features and can be added to your homescreen, behaving just like a native application. In this tutorial we’re going to show you everything you need to know about PWAs, ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

Typed Redux Reducers in TypeScript 2.0

Typed Redux Reducers in TypeScript 2.0

TypeScript 2.0 was recently released. This version of TypeScript has some new additions that are great for Redux development in React: type narrowing for tagged unions. Let’s look at an example from the Rangle.io Redux starter kit, a fantastic resource ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

Ending the Nested Tree of Doom with Chained Promises

Ending the Nested Tree of Doom with Chained Promises

Julia Jacobs recently asked a question in the WatchMeCode community slack, about some asynchronous code she wanted to clean up. In this question, she wanted to know of good options for restructuring deeply nested promises without introducing any new ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

Building Social: A Case Study On Progressive Enhancement

Building Social: A Case Study On Progressive Enhancement

We talk a lot about progressive enhancement and how it improves backwards compatibility. But how straightforward is it to apply progressive enhancement concepts to a real-life project? When designing a rich interactive experience, it can be difficult ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

JavaScript Asynchronous Iteration Proposal

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 on. Before diving into this article, you may want to brush up on a number of concepts: ... more


Tuesday, 27 September, 2016 UTC

Popularity of JavaScript Frameworks and Libraries

Popularity of JavaScript Frameworks and Libraries

Frontend development tools have come a long way in the last few years. CSS preprocessors, JavaScript libraries and frameworks, and JavaScript testing tools improve workflow, speed up development and provide greater possibilities for responsive design. ... more