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Sebastian Gebski

TypeScript has silently won the web development

Roughly 10 months ago I've written [https://no-kill-switch.ghost.io/web-for-the-impatient-using-the-language-of-the-future/] about the way Babel.js [https://babeljs.io/] (& ES6) has changed web development in such a short time. Let me remind you just my final conclusion: > You don't have to wait anymore, there's really no reason to postpone adapting...

Sebastian Gebski

Fat is not dead. Sort of.

JS, JS, JS everywhere JavaScript is the language of the web - we all have heard that many times. It has a variety of potential usages in various (sometimes not obvious) scenarios - even server-side ones - but there was a category of applications I could not imagine JS in...

Sebastian Gebski

Web for the impatient - using the language of the future

JavaScript (& the descendants of so-called traditional web stack) is everywhere. In browsers, on mobile, on low-energy tech (IoT) even on the server-side. Regardless of its flaws & limitations, it didn't succumb - quite the opposite - it's evolving & what's more interesting, it's forking in so many directions that it's quite hard...

Browserify - the tiny gem that makes a difference

So, you've got a lot of JavaScript code and you've decided to give it some structure - extract & encapsulate modules, set up some dependencies. Most likely you've seen require.js [http://requirejs.org/] already (or some kind of equivalent) and you love it. It works just fine as long as...

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