Category: JavaScript

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EcmaScript 5 versus 6

Still to this day I continue to hear professionals complain about ES6, and watch followers hold the same opinion because of a close-minded programmer. Even being new to JS, I’m not new to programming, and this is the first time I’ve seen people completely retaliate against their own language. In this article I plan to …

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Another Way of Using NPM

As I continue to read through blogs, books, and even watch videos, it seems there are many unknown ways to use NPM; at least to the masses. I wanted to create this quick article to show some of the ways I use NPM, as well as speed up the process of many operations. Seriously, I’m …

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Learning to Code with Treehouse

When you start learning to code, you will find a long list of different places to learn. In my early years of JavaScript, I found myself looking for a place to refine my current knowledge. Visiting several different sites, a lot would cover basics, but I always had a hard time finding what I needed. …

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Learning JavaScript Effectively and Efficiently

JavaScript is an awesome language, but there is and overwhelming amount of topics when you first start, so some important fundamentals can be easily overlooked. Here we’ll go over what you need for learning JavaScript effectively and efficiently, and where you can go do so, and not get lost in the process.

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The Amazing Atom Editor IDE and Package Addons

Since I started programming again, I’ve have grown very close to the Atom editor, and for very good reason. Not only is it light-weight, compact, it has the ability to be customized completely! As for functionality, there are many editor options, a lot being similar to Sublime, but even more specific to Atom. Of course …

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Constantly Learning React and Other JS Goodness

While I’m not yet at that point where I will create a tutorial on how to create a new React application using React 15.x, Redux 3.5.1, and all in ES6, I have been documenting all of the resources I used to learn ES6, Node.JS, React, Flux, Test-Driven-Development, Webpack, and many other things you’ll want to …

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Learning ReactJS Without Frustration

Finding a great resource for ReactJS is not easy. There are too many old pre-EC6 tutorials all over the place, and what looked like zero authors willing to update their code. Eventually, I ran across a great book named SurviveJS, an open-source book dedicated to learning ReactJS, and Webpack.