The Web Weekly - Edition 9

Edition 9 of my Web Weekly newsletter has been published (sign-up to the right to receive it automatically)! Here’s what’s in this latest edition.

The Web Weekly by Dan Wahlin

Keeping You on the Cutting Edge of Web Technologies

Thanks for subscribing to the Web Weekly tech newsletter! Highlights in this issue include:
  • An excellent site that includes many HTML5 site templates that are ready to download and use.
  • Learn about 7 key JavaScript quirks that are important to understand as you build applications.
  • A more advanced looked at JavaScript mixins, forwarding, and delegation techniques.
  • A nice discussion of using media queries with JavaScript to build responsive sites.
  • reD3 reuseable charts for D3.js.
  • ECMAScript 6 transpilers, build tools, and polyfills.
  • An online tool called Esprima that parses JavaScript statements into expression trees.
  • ...and much more!

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