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

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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..

Listen to the podcast now, or watch the hangout video to learn more about these and other interesting JavaScript topics discussed in this podcast.




Contents

Introduction (00:20)

The future of bundling JavaScript modules (1:09)

Parallel JavaScript with ParallelJS (6:59)

10th Anniversary of jQuery (8:48)

Creating a WebGL Game with Unity 5 and JavaScript (12:16)

JavaScript At Scale — Achieving High Velocity (14:21)

Why Everyone is Talking About Isomorphic / Universal JavaScript and Why it Matters (19:01)

JavaScript Innovation Award Nominees of November 2015 (23:24) 

JavaScript Innovation Award Ranking of 2015 (27:45)

Conclusion (31:53)



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