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JavaScript Arrow functions - ES6
It’s official, the long wait is finally over, as ECMAScript 6 has been approved as a new standard. The anticipation for this approval has been running wild in the community for months, and years for others. While the evolutionary progress of the language was slow at first, the last few years have seen an incredible growth rate. A lot of developers and developer publications out there have started to write more concisely about the ES6 standard, and what kind of changes one can expect. The new standard is known under the names of ECMAScript 2015, ES6, and JavaScript Harmony.
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Top Free Books for Web Designers & Developers
There are thousands of books available for web designers and developers online. There has been no language, no point of discussion, or no trend that has not, at one time or another, been extensively explored and analyzed, and eventually published into a book. The great news is quite a lot of these books are available for free! And I have collected my 50 favorites for you!
Another One Way to Create a Multilingual AngularJS Application
The rise of multilingual user interface has bought an interesting shift in the way complex information is perceived by today’s web users. These days, a variety of web projects demand the use of multilingual graphical interface to cater the needs of an international audience. Creating a unique international application requires you to make use of translated resource strings which ultimately lets you render the data using locale-sensitive objects.