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

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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.

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53. The Maturity of Standalone JavaScript Libraries - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 36

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As time passes more and more standalone JavaScript libraries are developed to perform specific tasks useful to all sorts of applications.

Specialized standalone libraries was the main topic discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 36 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They talked about libraries such as Conzole for adding custom debug consoles to Web applications, QuestionMark.js for handling keyboard shortcuts, Reveal.js for handling multi-user slide presentations, Frame Player for presenting videos using individual images, Offline.js for handling Internet disconnections, secStore.js for encrypting local storage data and ScrollBarToTop to add a top scrollbar to tall page elements.

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1. How to put a Scrollbar at the Top and the Bottom of a Large Page Element

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Blog: JavaScript Scrollbar to Top package blog
Package: JavaScript Scrollbar to Top

Sometimes you need to display content inside a page element that may be too wide to fit in the available space.

A scrollbar may appear automatically at the bottom of the wide page element, but if the content is also very tall, like for instance when you have a long article, the user may not see the bottom scrollbar, and so he may not be able to scroll the content sideways.

Read this article to learn about a solution to make a scrollbar also appear at the top of the wide page element.


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52. Fix Your Site Bugs Collaborating with Your Users and TogetherJS - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 35

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TogetherJS is a JavaScript library from Mozilla that allows developers to collaborate with Web site users in order to find and fix its bugs.

That was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Cesar Rodas in the episode 35 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about detecting bugs early in JavaScript code with scope analysis tools, responsive text fonts using FlowType.js, hiding secret text in images using Steganography.js, among other topics.

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


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1. Protecting Browser Side User Data in JavaScript using Cryptography with secStore.js

Updated on: 2016-09-26

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The security of Web applications should include the protection of data that is stored on the browser side, being that in cookies or local storage.

Read this article to go through a brief introduction to using secStore.js library when you need to secure essential data, such as authentication tokens or personally identifiable information needs to be stored within the user browser.


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51. Using JavaScript to Automate Desktop Applications - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 34

Updated on: 2015-01-18

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JavaScript dissemination is so wide by now that even desktop applications like PhotoShop are using it to let users create scripts to automate any sort of tasks.

This was one of the main topic discussed by Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal in episode 34 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about the NoFlo project to implement Flow Based Programming in JavaScript, JavaScript basics that many developers are not using properly, dealing with time zone issues on the browser side, the JointJS for developing visual diagram editors and the Hammer.js library for dealing with multi-touch events, and IndieConf 2013 the upcoming independent developers conference.

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50. Better Asynchronous JavaScript with Generators and Yield - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 33

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The recent introduction of generators and the yield keyword in Node.js provided a better way to deal with asynchronous activities similar to what is possible in Python and PHP 5.5.

That was one of the main topics discussed by the Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal in the episode 33 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about Firefox removing the option to disable JavaScript, the valueof function to use object operations, the best ways to test private code, a fast way to browse table grids with millions of records, and the PhoneGap 3.0 release.

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49. Next Web Standards Implemented in JavaScript - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 32

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The Extensible Web Manifesto is proposing that the next Web standards be implemented as JavaScript libraries, so sites can benefit of the standards now instead of waiting for the next generation of browsers to implement those new standards.

That was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal in episode 32 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talks about better form submission feedback using Ladda, rendering 3D graphics on 2D canvas without WebGL using Phoria, and controlling Web apps using speech commands.

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48. The Latest and Upcoming Features

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This is a short notice about the site features that are being implemented in the JS Classes and PHP Classes site as well.

Please read so you can help deciding on the next developments.


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47. Better JavaScript Development Tools - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 31

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JavaScript development tools have been improving a lot and some are already very mature.

JSHint 2 was just released. Tern allows JavaScript code static analysis to anticipate the detection of potential bugs. ExplainJS can show JavaScript code side by side with explanations extracted from comments.

These are some of the topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal on episode 31 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about how Mozilla can run asm.js JavaScript with near native performance, using Gif.js to generated animated GIF images in the browser, and capturing camera pictures using regular form file inputs.

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