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46. Crawling AJAX Web sites using HTML5 pushState support - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 30

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Now that both Google and Bing support crawling sites that use HTML5 history pushState, developers are free to use it in AJAX based Web sites navigation. That was one of the topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal in episode 30 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about Chardin.js for overlaying page help instructions, creating page screenshot clips with PhantomJS, supporting functions with a variable number of arguments, and detecting the inadvertent use of global variables using Debug.js.

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45. Better JavaScript Development Tools - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 29

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JavaScript development and debugging tools evolved and now we have great tools like Slowmo.js to visualize the execution of JavaScript code and sites like Runnable to try JavaScript code on the browser and server side (with Node.js).

This was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal on episode 29 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about the HTML5 <template> tag, rendering PDF documents with JavaScript on server side, animated graphics with SVG.js, version control in JavaScript with JS Git, and demoing Web site features with Intro.js.

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44. Faster JavaScript with asm.js - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 28

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asm.js is a subset of JavaScript meant to execute code faster, especially for JavaScript converted from C or C++, but can also execute on browsers. This one of the main topics covered by Manuel Lemos, Michael Kimsal and Arturs Sosins in the episode 28 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about making languages execute faster with alternative memory allocation methods, using IndexedDB and other file storage APIs, better asynchronous programming with Async.js, and the comparison between languages with Lord of the Rings characters.

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43. Speed up JavaScript using HTML5 LocalStorage - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 27

Updated on: 2013-03-05

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JavaScript can load faster if HTML5 LocalStorage is used to cache the scripts on the browser side. This was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins in the episode 27 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked a new library to evaluate JavaScript code complexity, PhoneGap 2.3 improvements, the use of the strict mode in production JavaScript code, using advanced HTML5 and JavaScript based animations to get the attention of site users, the first edition of the JavaScript Programming Innovation Award.

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1. Getting the Users Attention using HTML5 based Advanced Animations

Updated on: 2013-04-21

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Blog: Page animation package blog
Package: Page animation

Getting the users attention to important messages is crucial for Web sites that need to lead the users to perform certain actions.

HTML5 brought to Web developers new kinds of page elements that can be used to implement new types of animations with some JavaScript help.

Read this article to learn how to use this page animation JavaScript library to implement advanced animations that can definitely grab the attention of your Web site users.


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42. Launched the JavaScript Programming Innovation Award

Updated on: 2013-01-16

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The JavaScript Programming Innovation Award is being launched by the JS Classes site with the goal to distinguish JavaScript developers that share innovative components so other developers can reuse.

Read this article to learn more about this initiative and how you can participate to earn prizes and recognition for your innovative JavaScript work.


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41. JavaScript World Review of 2012 and 2013 Expectations - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 26

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Will Wordpress shift from PHP to JavaScript? Will EcmaScript 6 become the basis of JavaScript? What will happen with JavaScript in 2013?

A review of the happenings in the JavaScript world in 2012 and the expectations of 2013 was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal in the episode 26 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also talked about the JavaScript Programming Innovation Award that is starting in January, the Nashorn JavaScript engine for Java, the debate of using events and promises as alternatives to callbacks, the growing support for WebRTC in different browsers, the problem of not styling with CSS graphics drawn in canvas objects, and the Freelance Path community for freelancers.

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40. Does JavaScript Really Need OOP Classes? - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 25

Updated on: 2013-01-08

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Ecmascript 6 is adding support to classes of objects in JavaScript like we have in other languages, but the interest of that is not consensual among the JavaScript community.

That was one of the topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal in the episode 25 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also cover other interesting JavaScript related topics like the Web Platform site, using Object Properties, writung memory efficient JavaScript, the JavaScript API you never heard of, and the new system of levels and missions implemented in the JS Classes site to make it more fun and engaging for site contributors.

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39. Becoming a JavaScript Master (Part 1)

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Recently the PHP Classes site launched a new feature that makes the participation of the users in the site more fun and rewarding. Now this feature is being launched in the JS Classes site as well.

It is a new system of missions and levels that you can engage and gain more feedback and recognition for your participation in the site as PHP developer.

Read this article and watch the included demonstration video to learn how it works and start enjoying now.


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38. Improving the Quality of Your JavaScript Code - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 24

Updated on: 2012-12-12

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One way to improve the quality of your JavaScript code is to resort to tools to detect the problems and test your JavaScript applications. That was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal in the episode 24 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

They also discussed other topics like Web based JavaScript editors, unobtrusive JavaScript code, and using Node.js on RaspberryPi devices.

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