Relevance of ClojureScript

Posted by Jearvon Dharrie  on  Aug 27, 2015

Jearvon Dharrie discusses how ClojureScript stacks up against ES6. He demonstrates code examples in JavaScript and ClojureScript.


New in ECMAScript 2016, JavaScript's First Yearly Release

Posted by Brian Terlson  on  Jul 18, 2015

Brian Terlson presents the changes TC39 is making to its specification publishing process for ES2016 and beyond.


ECMAScript 6: A Better JavaScript for the Ambient Computing Era

Posted by Allen Wirfs-Brock  on  Jun 28, 2015 1

Allen Wirfs-Brock answers questions on ECMAScript 6: Why do we need it? Why did it take so long? What’s in it? When can you use it? What comes next?


Ember: Off-the-shelf Productivity

Posted by Tom Dale  on  May 30, 2015

Tom Dale discusses Ember.js: project governance, add-on ecosystem, tooling, Inspector, ES6, scalability, React.


ECMAScript 6: What's Next for JavaScript?

Posted by Axel Rauschmayer  on  Sep 01, 2014

Axel Rauschmayer explains how to use some of ECMAScript 6' features today: block-scoped variables, arrow functions, better parameter handling, classes, modules and more.


The Better Parts

Posted by Douglas Crockford  on  Aug 27, 2014

Douglas Crockford discusses how to use programming languages more effectively; reviews the good parts in EcmaScript 6 and JSON.

The State of JavaScript

Posted by Brendan Eich  on  Oct 19, 2012 3

Brendan Eich reviews the history of JavaScript, then introduces and demonstrates some of the new features coming in ES6.

The JavaScript World Domination Plan at 16 Years

Posted by Brendan Eich  on  May 14, 2012

Brendan Eich recaps the major milestones and controversies in JavaScript’s history, the performance improvements, the current work on the next version of JavaScript, ending with some demoes.

JavaScript Today and Tomorrow: Evolving the Ambient Language of the Ambient Computing Era

Posted by Allen Wirfs-Brock  on  Apr 30, 2012 2

Allen Wirfs-Brock reviews the evolution of JavaScript, observing its current status and foreseeing its near future, supporting the idea that JavaScript’s role will be even more predominant.

Remaining Hazards and Mitigating Patterns of Secure Mashups in ECMAScript 5

Posted by Mark S. Miller  on  Feb 27, 2012 3

Mark S. Miller explains how to create secure mashups with ECMAScript 5, emphasizing the security pitfalls to be avoided and patterns to use in order to stay clear of them.

Secure Distributed Programming on ECMAScript 5 + HTML5 Platforms

Posted by Mark S. Miller  on  Jul 12, 2011

Mark S. Miller explains how to create secure applications in ECMAScript 5 and HTML5 by turning JavaScript into a distributed secure programming language.

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