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61. Does the Facebook Hack Language implements Better Asynchronous Programming than JavaScript? - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 41

Posted on: 2014-04-16

Facebook just released the Hack Language. It implements a way to do asynchronous programming without going through the callback hell, thus making asynchronous programming more pleasant and productive.

That was one of the topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosings in the episode 41 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about doing page scroll based animations, emulating a file system on the browser side, developing HTML5 browser based games with Unity, using Node.js from the browser, transmitting data via audio and microphones using HTML5 Audio API, and validating email addresses with email typo fix suggestions with Node.js.

Now Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video, or read the transcript to learn more about these interesting JavaScript discussions.


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1. Did You Mean Advanced Email Validation in Node.js and PHP

Posted on: 2014-04-07
Blog: E-mail validation package blog
Package: E-mail validation

When you take users' email addresses, for instance in a site sign-up form, there are great chances that the addresses may be incorrect because of a typing mistake or it is not possible to deliver the message to the specified address for some reason.

This e-mail validation package can detect and prevent that users enter incorrect addresses even before you accept them.

Read this article to learn how to use this package to detect incorrect email addresses and get suggestions for the correct addresses so the users can fix them with a single click.

This article is about doing it with Node.js but it also points to a similar solution to achieve the same in PHP.


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60. Loading Pages Faster with Next Page Asset Preloading - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 40

Posted on: 2014-03-17

HTML5 linked page prefetching is an interesting way load faster the next pages but it may not be a waste of bandwidth and CPU resources because the users may not visit the preloaded pages.

A more efficient way to prefetch the next pages is implemented by the Instaclick library that detects the user intention to click on a link by listening to link hover events.

That was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins on the episode 40 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also discussed the advantages of using "use strict", background compilation of JavaScript in upcoming Chrome versions, trying JavaScript 6 features with ES6Fiddle, responsive menus with JRM, and JavaScript port of the game Quake using Emscripten.

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59. JavaScript Innovation Award Winners of 2013 Interviews Video

Posted on: 2014-02-24

The results of the JavaScript Innovation Award of 2013 were announced. Last year we had three winners: Franz Josef Brünner, Arturs Sosins and Jonathan Gotti.

Listen to the interviews with the winners, or watch the hangout video, or read the transcripts of the interview to know more about the winners as well about the amazing JavaScript packages they published to be the winners of the JavaScript Innovation Award of 2013.


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58. JavaScript Trends 2014 - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 39

Posted on: 2014-02-21

Now that 2014 just started it is the right time to reflect on the JavaScript related technologied trends that are expected for 2014, like asm.js, EcmaScript 6, ParallelJS, Web Components and CSS Grid Layout.

That was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 39 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about interesting libraries ported to JavaScript with Emscripten like OCRAD.js, Node-Webkit, VideoConverter.js, as well other outstanding libraries like Frida.js for scripting native applications, Uniter for interpreting PHP in JavaScript, and WebODF document editor.

Listen to this podcast now, or watch the hangout video or read the transcript to learn more about these JavaScript related technologies and libraries.


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1. View the Diff and Patch Text Strings in JavaScript and PHP

Posted on: 2014-01-30
Blog: JS Diff Viewer package blog
Package: JS Diff Viewer

Sometimes it is necessary to show the differences between two text strings to view what changed between them.

Read this article to learn how to find and view the differences between two strings in realtime on the browser using JavaScript or render the differences on the server side using PHP to not rely on JavaScript.

The article also shows how to patch a string to obtain the changed string by using the list of differences between them.


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57. JavaScript Zeitgeist 2013: Top 10 Most Interesting Topics Searched By JavaScript Developers Last Year

Posted on: 2014-01-24

The JavaScript Zeitgeist 2013 ranking has been released now too after the PHP Zeitgeist release. This article presents an analysis of the results.

It also announces the JavaScript World Championship of the Nations of the Innovation Award. The article gives suggestions on how you can use the JavaScript Zeitgeist top searched keywords to participating in the championship and help your country to win.

Read this article to learn what were the top most important topics JavaScript developers have been searching for lately that you probably should also learn about.


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56. Improving the User Experience with Special JavaScript Components - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 38

Posted on: 2014-01-22

More and more advanced JavaScript components have been released to improve the sites user experience in somewhat unexpected ways.

That is the case of Genie.js for executing actions typing their names in a list, Zoomerang for zooming small page elements, or Headroom.js for hiding and showing the page headers when the user scrolls the pages.

That was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 38 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about the JavaScript Zeitgeist to discuss what JavaScript developers have been searching for last year, installing JavaScript components with a Composer PHP plugin, asynchronous templating with Nunjucks and implementing state machines with Steelbreeze.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video or read the transcript to learn more about these and other interesting JavaScript topics.


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55. Installing JavaScript Libraries using Composer PHP

Posted on: 2014-01-14

This is just a notice to let you know about an article that was published about a Composer PHP plugin that can be used to install JavaScript libraries under your project Web document root directory.

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54. Auditing and Improving Your JavaScript Code - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 37

Posted on: 2013-12-17

The growth of popularity of JavaScript motivated the development of many tools and libraries that can audit your JavaScript code in order to improve it.

Those libraries and tools are the main topic of discussion between Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 37 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They talked about JavaScript tools for security auditing, defining custom code formatting rules, validating code according to custom rules, code refactoring, installing JavaScript packages with Composer PHP installer.

They also talked about JavaScript libraries for accessing Gmail and Amazon Web service APIs.

Listen to the podcast, watch the hangout video or read the transcription to learn about these interesting JavaScript discussions.


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