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Create Cross Platform Desktop Applications with Electron
The Electron framework lets you write cross-platform desktop applications using JavaScript, HTML and CSS. It is based on io.js and Chromium and is used in the Atom editor. You can use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript with Chromium and Node.js to build your app.Electron is open source; mantained by GitHub and an active community. Best of all, Electron apps build and run on Mac, Windows, and Linux.
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Using the ES6 transpiler Babel on Node.js
This post explains how to use the ES6 transpiler Babel with Node.js. Use next generation JavaScript, today with Babel JavaScript compiler. ECMAScript 6 is the upcoming version of the ECMAScript standard. This standard is targeting ratification in June 2015. ES6 is a significant update to the language, and the first update to the language since ES5 was standardized in 2009. Implementation of these features in major JavaScript engines is underway now.
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Learn Meteor.js From Scratch: Build a Polling App
Meteor.js is an open-source platform built on Node and MongoDB. It’s not just a framework, it’s more than that. Is it comparable to Angular? Angular handles just the frontend parts of application. Meteor is more of a platform than Angular. It is both server and client-side code and handles a lot of the parts of applications that we need to create manually in Angular.
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Build a Time Tracker with Laravel 5 and AngularJS
Laravel and AngularJS work great together, but it can be a little tricky to get going at first, especially if you are new to the frameworks. In a previous article, Chris showed you how to make a Single Page Comment App with Laravel and Angular. This tutorial will again bring the two frameworks together as we build out a simple time tracking application.
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Authenticate a Node.js API with JSON Web Tokens
Authentication is one of the big parts of every application. Security is always something that is changing and evolving. In the past, we have gone over Node authentication using the great Passport npm package. Those articles used the session based authentication however, which has problems when we talk about scaling web services and creating an API that can be consumed across many devices and services.