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41 TypeScript 2.2 Adds More Code Actions
42 Top 10 From Around The Web: JavaScript Web Development Resources
43 Angular Jumps To Version 4
44 The Weekly Top 10: Even More AngularJS Web Development Resources
45 The Weekly Top 10: Even More JavaScript Development Resources
46 WebAssemby Another Milestone
47 Rewritten Search For NPM 4.0
48 The Weekly Top 10: More AngularJS Web Development Resources
49 JS Foundation Supported by IBM
50 Yarn The New JavaScript Package Manager
51 The Weekly Top 10: More JavaScript Development Resources
52 TypeScript 2.0 Adds Null, Undefined And Never
53 Samsung's JerryScript Is Now Stable
54 Closure Moves To JavaScript
55 The Weekly Top 10: JavaScript Development Resources
56 The Weekly Top 10: AngularJS Web Development Resources
57 ECMAScript 2016 Approved
58 The Weekly Top 10: JavaScript Programming Resources
59 jQuery 3.0 Final Released
60 JQuery 3.0 Release Candidate
61 Vue.js 2.0 Announced
62 NativeScript - to rule them all?
63 Easy plotting With Chart.js
64 Node.js v6 Released
65 React 15 Released
66 Node.js Foundation Survey
67 WebAssembly Takes A Big Step Towards Being Real
68 Lodash - A Functional JavaScript Library
69 TypeScript 1.8 Hits Beta
70 JQuery 3.0 Beta Marks 10th Anniversary
71 JQuery 2.2 Released
72 Ransom32- Even JavaScript Can Implement Ransomware
73 Randomness Restored In Chrome 49
74 TypeScript 1.7
75 Microsoft Open Sources Chakra JavaScript Engine
76 Asm.js Goes All Edgy
77 Node.js 5.0 Released
78 Babel 6 More Than A JavaScript Modernizer
79 Oracle's New JavaScript Framework
80 Microsoft Rushes To Embrace The Future - Async In Edge
81 JavaScript Added To NGINX
82 The JavaScript Encyclopedia Work In Progress
83 Facebook Releases React Native
84 Node.js Foundation Releases First Joint Code
85 Facebook's Relay For React Open Sourced
86 Cleaner, Leaner Ember.js 2.0 Released
87 io.js 3.0 Released
88 React Devtools Beta
89 JerryScript - Another JavaScript Engine For Embedded Devices
90 JavaScript Has A Problem
91 jQuery 3.0 In Alpha
92 React 0.14
93 JavaScript 6 EcmaScript 2015 Final Approval
94 WebAssembly Has Mozilla, Microsoft,Apple and Google Backing It
95 JavaScript.com Launches
96 Node.js Foundation Heals Rift
97 Microsoft Tears Node.js From V8
98 Vorlon.js JavaScript Debugger Released
99 JavaScript 20 Years Old Today
100 io.js Joins Node.js Foundation
101 Chrome To Support Simd.js
102 NativeScript 1.0.0 Released
103 AspectJS 2.0 Released
104 Google's JavaScript Team Proposes "Strong Mode"
105 JavaScript For Native Apps
106 Angular Partners With TypeScript
107 The Emterpreter JavaScript As Byte Code
108 Microsoft Supports asm.js
109 6to5 Renamed As Babel - Are You Ready For The Next Gen JavaScript?
110 Stable Node.js Release
111 Node.js Gets A Foundation - Is It Rock Solid?
112 CoffeeScript 1.9 Released
113 Joyent Gives Money To Get Devs To Use Node.js
114 Libscore Rates JavaScript Libraries By Usage
115 Duktape Embeddable JavaScript Engine
116 Node.js Fork - Now You Have A Choice To Make
117 Flow - A Static Type Checker For JavaScript
118 LokiJS - A JavaScript Database
119 Polyfills As A Service
120 AngularJS 2.0 Is Radically Different
121 Immutable No Longer As Lazy
122 Progress On JavaScript SIMD
123 jQuery Adopts Semantic Versioning
124 AngularJS Superluminal Nudge Released
125 Node-RED Another Way To The IoT
126 Google APIs Adopt Promises
127 Minified JavaScript Games
128 Support For Asm.js Growing?
129 Microsoft's WinJS - New Cross-Platform Library
130 CoffeeScript Update
131 Self-Running Apps With JXCore
132 Yahoo drops YUI
133 p5.js Bringing Processing To The Web
134 React 0.11 Released
135 A Double Pendulum In 100 Lines Of JavaScript
136 Fast.js JavaScript Versions Of Built-In Functions Are Faster
137 Microsoft JavaScript Cryptography Library
138 Visualize.js
139 Ki - Lisp for JavaScript
140 Functional JavaScript With Ramda
 
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