Ember.js is a kick-ass framework for building web applications. It's the only tool you need (on the client-side) to craft your idea into a working wonder. However, its strong opinions and heavy reliance of “convention over configuration” can give developers who are new to the framework a hard time figuring out how Ember wants them to do things.
This book helps to overcome that initial frustration, and help you grok Ember a lot faster, by pinpointing the core concepts and explaining them in detail. Once you understand them you are on your way to taming and mastering Ember.js. So don't fear the learning curve.
This post provides a preview of some of the highlights in anticipation of the release, V8 release v6.5.
The feature set of ECMAScript 2018 was finalized during the latest TC39 meeting (23-25 January 2018). This blog post describes it.
CTO Tal Bereznitskey teaches 7 hacks for ES6 Developers.
One company’s extensive set of guidelines covering ‘project level’ concerns like git, dependencies, environments, and API design.
This is an overview and discussion of the different types of web workers, how their building components come to play together, and what advantages and limitations they offer in different scenarios.