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120. Notable JavaScript package: JavaScript Color Mixer

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Many sites allow users to customize user interfaces aspects like for instance colors of the different UI elements.

This package provides a nice user interface to let the users pick one color by the means of sliders or text inputs that allow controlling the color values in either RGB or HSV formats.

Read this article to learn more details about how this notable JavaScript package works.


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119. Web Assembly Finally Getting Ready to Make JavaScript Applications Much Faster - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 73

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Web Assembly is finally getting ready to be used in regular browsers, thus making it possible to compile and run JavaScript code in a much faster way.

That was one the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 73 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about EcmaScript 6 Async and Await features is also available now on Firefox, using Turbo.js library to program the user graphics board GPU to perform massive graphics operations much faster, creating holographic applications on Windows using JavaScript, etc..

This article contains a transcript and a 2 minute video summary of the podcast.

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118. Notable JavaScript package: JavaScript Descriptive Statistics

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This objects can perform descriptive statistics on data sets.

It takes a set of values from a given page form input and performs several types of operations.

The results are displayed in a given page elements.

Read this article to learn more details about how this notable JavaScript package works.


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117. Notable JavaScript package: jQuery YouTube Player Plugin

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YouTube is the most popular Internet video platform. Many people use it to host videos to be embedded in Web site pages.

This jQuery plug-in makes it easy to dynamically embed YouTube videos as well their screenshot images with control of several playback parameters.

Read this article to learn more details about how this notable JavaScript package works.


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116. Notable JavaScript package: Timeline Scroll

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Many Web site pages list multiple entries of posts that were written over the time.

Usually you need to scroll to go to the next post.

This jQuery plugin provides a more user friendly solution by letting the user click on a button to go to the next entry in the timeline.

Read this article to learn more details about how this notable JavaScript package works.


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115. JavaScript Foundation Bring Consolidation to the community - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 72

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With the growth of packages and tools for JavaScript development came a lot of fragmentation in the community. The JavaScript foundation aims to address that issue to simplify the lives of developers that nowadays have to deal with the complexity of choices of tools and libraries for similar purposes.

That was one the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 72 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about using the JavaScript Internationalization API in modern browsers, optimization of memory consumption of Chrome and Node.js, Yarn, the Facebook new JavaScript package manager, recognizing text in images with Tesseract.js, using ansync and await in Node.js 7, as well several other interesting new JavaScript libraries.

This article contains a transcript of the summary of the podcast.

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1. Front-end interactive treeview

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Displaying and manipulating data on a Web page may be quite a time consuming task if you do not do it with the help of existing libraries.

There are several jQuery plugins to make it easier implement the tree views on a Web page.

Read this article to learn about how to use the jsFiler plugin for this purpose.


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113. Debug Node.js Web applications either on Browser and Server side with Chrome - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 71

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The latest Chrome version can debug the code of Web applications running on the server using Node.js and single step both server side and browser side JavaScript.

That was one the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 71 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about a new standalone debug from Mozilla named debugger.html, optimization of bootstrap libraries in JavaScript, the complexity of JavaScript development in 2016, the preference of flavours of JavaScript among developers, etc..

This article contains a transcript of the summary of the podcast.

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112. Notable JavaScript package: jQuery Create Slug from Text

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Slug is the part of a URL that is often used to include in the pages' URLs the respective titles to make it easy for users to learn what the pages are about looking just at their URLs.

Not all characters can be included in URLs. For instance spaces and other characters need to be encoded in a special way, so they are not easily readable by the users.

This object can take a text of a title and create the slug by replacing characters that would need to be encoded, by using dashes.

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111. Notable JavaScript package: AH JavaScript Password Strength Check

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When a user enters a password on a site, it is often useful to let him know how easy it may be to guess that password, so the user enters a better one.

This object can show the strength of a given password as the user enters it on a form input.

It can configure the strength parameters based on the number of letters, digits and punctuation that the user entered.

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