Top 10 From Around The Web: More JavaScript Resources
Top 10 From Around The Web: More JavaScript Resources
Written by Alex Armatrong   
Friday, 07 April 2017

This round up of resources that JavaScript developers might find useful starts with one that stays close to home. The other nine come from further afield, but all will be of interest to JavaScript developers at different levels of expertise. 


i-programmer.info - Just jQuery: The Core UI (I/O Press)

Written for JavaScript developers working with web page layout, Ian Elliot's book, which originated as a series of articles on the I Programmer website, enables you to use jQuery easily and efficiently. It also cuts through its seeming complexity, by presenting enough explanation at every stage for you to understand what is happening.


londonacademyofit.co.uk - The Best JavaScript Libraries and their Most Powerful Features

If you're new to JavaScript, you've likely been focusing on the core capabilities of the language. This is a vitally important part of the learning process, because plain JavaScript can be all you need sometimes to write a clean, quick solution to the programming problem you're tackling.


blog.udacity.com - 12 Best Charting Libraries for Web Developers

We know a great many of you are knee deep in web development projects as we write this, and any time we have the opportunity to pass on some expert insights and resources, we do not hesitate to do so. This article is about charting and data visualization tools for web developers, and we encourage you to read it, as it’s got some great information.


mlsdev.com - 5 Best JavaScript Frameworks

The world changes so rapidly that everyone and everything have to keep up with the tempo not to be aside. This global and common truth can be fairly applied to app development too. The variety of frameworks for each development platform is huge. It is impossible to describe all of them and is, probably, not necessary too. Now, let up analyze the frameworks along with their pros and cons.


deepcrawl.com - Angular JS and SEO

JavaScript and SEO have been arch enemies for a very long time. It is not news to any SEO that Google does and always has struggled to index JavaScript content. Usually the JavaScript would only be a small part of the page or a widget and therefore we could ignore it, as Googlebot would understand the content surrounding the JS and could index the page and understand its meaning anyway.


litmus7.com - Choosing a JavaScript Framework

People who build client-side web applications know the rate at which JavaScript frameworks are evolving. So in my opinion, it is very critical and important to choose the right framework when you are building large scale application.


auth0.com - Build a Universal JavaScript App with Next.js

In the JavaScript land, there are a plethora of libraries and frameworks. And new libraries and frameworks keep showing up almost every other week. In this article, I'll walk you through how to create a universal JavaScript web app with Next.js.


blog.bugsnag.com - Best Practices for JavaScript Error Monitoring

We sat down with Emily Nakashima from our team to get some insights and tips for getting set up with the best possible JavaScript error monitoring. Her six suggestions will have you up and running with reliable frontend error monitoring so you can take a proactive approach to code quality.


nicholasjohnson.com - How to Do Everything in Angular 2 Using Vanilla ES5 or ES6

Most of the information and tutorials on Angular 2 currently available focus on TypeScript, with perhaps a handwavy gesture towards ES5 somewhere at the start. I should mention that I approve of TypeScript, but I believe it is important to at least know how to do things the old fashioned (proper?) way using regular JavaScript.


blog.liveedu.tv - 10 Top JavaScript Blogs to Improve Your Coding Skills

With two decades of improvement, JavaScript has become one of the most popular programming languages of all time. In this article, we list the top JavaScript blogs from the internet so that you can enjoy the lastest development in the field of JavaScript.


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