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104. jQuery 3.1 Fixes Silenced Errors on Page Loading - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 69

Posted on: 2016-09-05

The long awaited released of jQuery 3.0 happened last month but not with problems like page loading errors that were silenced due to the use of promises. The problem was fixed in jQuery 3.1.

This was the main topic discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 69 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

They also talked about the release of ESLint 3, V8 startup optimizations in version 5.3, building rich text editors with Slate library, extract meaning from Web pages using the Fathom library, an audio library with 3D audio suport and watercolor effects with Aquarelle.

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100. How Firefox is Making JavaScript Debugging More Productive - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 68

Posted on: 2016-07-29

Recently Firefox introduced a feature that shows in browser console links to the documentation of each JavaScript error that may happen. This helps developers to quickly to understand the errors and fix the problems faster.

This was the main topic discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 67 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

They also talked about how make JavaScript testable using pure code, JavaScript variable hoisting, implementing applications based on Web Sockets and Server Sent events, jQuery 3.0 release, changing the way code JavaScript with TDD, how to take advantage of the spread operator, the EcmaScript 2016 specification, writing self documenting JavaScript code, and how to implement WebAssembly based applications on browsers that support it.

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94. How JavaScript is Reviving Desktop Applications with Electron - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 67

Posted on: 2016-06-22

Electron is a library developed by GitHub that provides means to create and package desktop applications using the Chromium browser and Node.js.

The revival of desktop applications based on Electron was the main topic discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 67 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

They also talked about the latest developments of V8 engine that already supports EcmaScript 6 new JavaScript features, WebAssembly support in the browsers, running multiple tasks in the background with Web workers, etc..

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92. Modules and Custom Symbols in the Next JavaScript Version - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 66

Posted on: 2016-05-31

The specification of EcmaScript 6 which will be the base of the next JavaScript version continues to evolve and now includes desired features like modules and custom operator symbols.

That was the main topic discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 66 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked of the growth of NPM and how hard it became to determine which are the best packages for you, some nice libraries like CSSX for manipulating stylesheets programatically, ScrollBear to preserve scroll position on pages with images, some fun JavaScript comics from ComicStrip, the revival of Microsoft Clippy in your Web site pages, how to win nice printed certificate for the innovative JavaScript packages you publish, among other topics.

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88. Is JavaScript The Most Used Programming Language On Earth? - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 65

Posted on: 2016-04-21

A recent survey carried by StackOverflow confirmed that JavaScript is the most commonly useg programming language in the World. Whether that is true or not, was the main topic discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 65 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about a JavaScript library to build 3D applications without WebGL nor Three.js, pausing animated GIFs, the polemic around ubpublishing packages from NPM, JavaScript speech recognition with dedicated browser APIs, fast migration of Web sites to mobile, among other topics.

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87. Gun.js: the GIT for Distributed NoSQL Databases - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 64

Posted on: 2016-03-23

Imagine a NoSQL database that can work in a distributed way like Git, so if you lose the main database in the server, you can recover it from copy running on your Web browser. That database exists, it was developed by Mark Nadal and his team, and it is called Gun.js.

The live demo of Gun.js and the interview Mark Nadal gave to Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins was the main topic main topics discussed in the episode 64 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about the features of EcmaScript 2017, creating single page apps with WordPress and Angular.js, the fatigue caused by the discussions about JavaScript fatigue, Chrome Debugging on Visual Studio Code IDE, among other topics.

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85. How HTTP 2 will Affect JavaScript Applications - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 63

Posted on: 2016-02-25

Many applications Web applications bundle many files packed in a single file to make the delivery of those files require less connections. That is the case of CSS sprites or even combined JavaScript files.

However HTTP 2 makes that practice obsolete because it already multiplexes requests, so they only take a single connection to the server.

That was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 63 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about how ParallelJS library simples creating applications using worker threads, the present and future of jQuery after the 10th anniversary, creting WebGL games based on Unity and JavaScript, what is isomorphic JavaScript and its benefits, etc..

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84. Doing JavaScript Background Tasks using Service Workers - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 62

Posted on: 2016-01-25

Service Workers are Worker tasks that can run in the background even after the the browser tab that started them was closed.

The availability of Service Workers in Chrome was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 62 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about the state of the Internet of the Things JavaScript support in 2015, the results of a JavaScript Developer survey, top must see JavaScript developer tools, Facebook ditching Flash for HTML 5 to play videos, and a light saber game that uses your mobile phone as controller.

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83. Is Wordpress Switching PHP for JavaScript? - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 61

Posted on: 2015-12-11

The recent announcement of the Calypso project for Wordpress that is based on Node.js and React.js libraries raised some concerns that Wordpress is switching to the JavaScript language.

This was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 61 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked Adobe stopping to produce tools for Flash applications in favor of HTML5 and JavaScript solutions, a new standard API to access Bluetooth devices from HTML5 and JavaScript pages, Firefox marking login forms as insecure if they are processed via non-HTTPS pages, among other JavaScript related topics of interest.

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82. How Web Assembly Will Allow Compiling JavaScript or Any Language to Portable Binaries - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 60

Posted on: 2015-11-13

The Web Assembly specification is being prepared to allow compiling JavaScript or any language to portable browser independent binaries. This was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 60 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about how to easily implement copy and paste functions in browsers without using Flash, how much slower JavaScript runs in Android when compared to iOS, programmer friendly asynchronous programming with async and await is coming to the next browsers, extended JSON that supports closure function types with LJSON, etc..

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