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Tickets for LibertyJS are live!

Tickets are on sale for our humble JavaScript fest, LibertyJS. Tickets are on sale now, at $10 or $15 depending…

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Modules in native JavaScript, compared to CommonJS

Go ahead and check out jsmodules.io¬†for a quick overview of how modules will work in JS when they’re available (assuming…

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Jest from Facebook: Automagical mocking for tests if you’re into that sort of thing

Recently, I messed with Jest, a new testing tool from Facebook’s open source machine to see what’s up about it…

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Zero to Testing in JavaScript: the slides!

I just gave my talk at QCon, which is turning out to be a very impressive conference! Excited to see…

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More in front-end performance: surfnperf

Last week I wrote about learning more about front-end performance, this week I’m happy to share that my colleague John…

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What I learned this week: What’s the deal with front-end performance?

This week and last week, I’ve been working with folk to add front-end performance logging to the app we’re working…

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Testing is cool (especially in JavaScript)

Last night I continued what looks like it’ll be my traveling show for 2014 – I was preaching the gospel…

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Using setTimeout to “win” a race condition when changing views

I’ll admit. I’ve been stressed at work. I think the spring/yearly goal-setting/”OMG ROADMAP” brouhaha got to me. I’m a people…

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Web components … haven’t we done this before?

I asked on Twitter if people remembered early attempts at the concept of web components. Here’s the list my buddy…

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The big deal about web components

I made my big Twitter announcement yesterday about finishing my book on JavaScript frameworks. After spending months diving into various…

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