The Web Weekly - Edition 7

Edition 7 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

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In this issue you'll find information on getting started with AngularJS, using KnockoutJS computed observables, encrypting client-side data with the crypto-js library, a simple way to expose back-end data with JsonStub, how WebRTC can be used in apps, strategies for organizing large AngularJS applications, and much more. Check out the video highlights below as well as the additional links.

Dan's Video Highlights

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The New AngularJS JumpStart Video Course has been Released!

Although it took longer than I originally planned, my new AngularJS JumpStart video training course has been released! I'll be giving away 2 free licenses to Web Weekly subscribers for the next 5 editions of the newsletter. The two winners for this newsletter edition have already been notified.

Learn about additional ways to win a free copy or get big discounts at You can also view the first module of the course absolutely free!

Here's what's new in the world of JavaScript, HTML5, CSS, and AngularJS.
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Clean up Your JavaScript Code with the JavaScript Patterns JumpStart Guide

Learn techniques and patterns that can be used to clean up your JavaScript code and make it more re-useable and easier to maintain!

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