Interview with Form.IO: API Creation Using Web Forms

by Jeevak Kasarkod on  Oct 08, 2015

is an open source platform that enables front end developers to autonomously build backend APIs using forms to drive their apps. The platform provides a single solution for creating both APIs and user interfaces for consumption by a front end javascript framework. InfoQ spoke with the founders of to learn more about the platform capabilities and the future they envision for it.

Meteor 1.2: ECMAScript 2015 and support for AngularJS, React

by James Chesters on  Sep 29, 2015

Meteor 1.2 has been released, announcing ECMAScript 2015 as the official JavaScript of the Meteor platform, along with support for Angular and React.

Front-End Tooling Survey Provides Insight Into the Community

by David Iffland on  Sep 10, 2015

Ashley Nolan asked developers about their front-end tooling choices and the results are in. Over 1,000 developers answered questions on topics ranging from CSS to JavaScript frameworks to task runners.

Angular Offers Refined Migration Path with ng-upgrade

by David Iffland on  Sep 01, 2015

The Angular team has announced a new component, dubbed ng-upgrade, that will allow Angular 1 and Angular 2 projects to coexist. This will allow developers to migrate an application one piece at a time without losing the fidelity of either engine.

Phoenix Web Framework Makes 1.0 Milestone

by James Chesters on  Aug 31, 2015

Chris McCord has released version 1.0 of the Phoenix web framework. Written in Elixir, Phoenix implements the server-side MVC pattern and aims to combine high developer productivity with high application performance.

Ember.js 2.0 Celebrated for Backwards Compatibility

by James Chesters on  Aug 18, 2015 1

Ember 2.0 has been released - with zero new features. The decision has been met warmly by the JavaScript community, who have widely praised the framework for remaining backwards compatible with 1.13. Ember 2.0 only removes the features that were deprecated in Ember 1.13, meaning that apps that run on Ember 1.13 without deprecation warnings should also run on Ember 2.0.

Meet Grid, The Guardian's Image Management Service

by Jeff Martin on  Aug 13, 2015

The British newspaper The Guardian has open sourced Grid, their image management service. Grid utilizes numerous modern web-based technologies including AngularJS, Amazon Web Serivces, and ElasicSearch using ECMAScript 6 and Scala. Build by a small developer team over the past 11 months, it is currently used in production and available under a liberal open source license.

Angular Team Provides Roadmap, Demos Integration with React Native

by David Iffland on  Jun 24, 2015

Angular 2 is moving forward, but still does not have a release date. The Angular team demonstrated the idea of splitting the framework into two pieces to enable different UI renderers to work with the same JavaScript backend. This will allow Angular to integrate with React Native.

Ember.js 1.13 Brings Glimmer Rendering Engine and 2.0 Beta

by James Chesters on  Jun 14, 2015

The Ember.js team has released the final iteration of the 1.x series, as well as their first 2.0 beta. The 1.13 release brings with it the Glimmer rendering engine, marking the third overhaul of Ember's 1.x rendering layer, and "dramatically improving re-render performance in many common scenarios," where previous iterations relied "on granular observation for efficiency."

Ionic Releases 1.0, Next Version to Support AngularJS 2.0

by Abel Avram on  May 15, 2015

Ionic has released the production ready version 1.0, and has started work on the next version that will be built on AngularJS 2.0. Also, soon a number of mobile services –Push, Deploy, Analytics, Package - will be made public.

Platypi JavaScript Platform Launches

by David Iffland on  May 07, 2015

The Platypi JavaScript Platform recently launched and offers developers a suite of tools including a MVC framework built in TypeScript as well as a UI library and a command line tool. The platform uses Apache Cordova for cross device compatibility.

Ember Community Votes Overwhelmingly to Drop IE8

by James Chesters on  Apr 28, 2015

Ember.js users have voted overwhelmingly in favour of dropping support for Internet Explorer 8. Ember co-creator Tom Dale said "the vast majority of Ember users" were "comfortable" with giving up IE8 support in Ember 2.0. Dale went on to say that while there was also "enormous support for dropping IE9 support as well" the benefits were not "as strong".

Angular and React Teams Collaborate

by David Iffland on  Apr 15, 2015

Members of the AngularJS and React.js teams got together last week to discuss what they've been working on and areas where they can collaborate. While there are a lot of similarities between the projects, there is virtually no chance they will ever merge.

Next-gen JavaScript Framework "Aurelia" Brings Adaptive Databinding Engine

by James Chesters on  Feb 02, 2015

Rob Eisenberg, formerly of AngularJS, has released for early previews Aurelia: his next-generation JavaScript framework -- promising a first of its kind "adaptive" databinding engine allowing rich two-way databinding between vanilla JavaScript and DOM (including Web Components).

JHipster 2.0 Released with AngularJS improvements, Liquibase diffs, and Spring WebSockets

by Matt Raible on  Jan 29, 2015

JHipster, the Yeoman generator for Spring Boot/Angular projects, released version 2.0 earlier this month, with some notable changes: 1) the AngularJS code has been modularized, making it easier to use JHipster for larger projects and 2) Liquibase is now able to create "diffs" between the JPA code and the database, making it easier to update your database schema.

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