|Written by Ian Elliot|
|Friday, 10 June 2016|
See also my review of another book by Addy Osmani, Developing Backbone.js Applications.
When dealing with errors, handling them at the perimeter of your application isn’t always sufficient. By the time the error bubbles up, you’ve often lost a lot of the context in which the error was thrown. As such, people will sometimes catch an error, record it locally in some way, and then rethrow it.
In the ever-evolving world that is mobile (web) development, it can feel as if it’s impossible to decide on a framework to use in building your app. Having spent the last 7 years or so in app development, trust me, I feel your pain. Recently I tested out several frameworks.
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