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Supersonic Framework Touts Native Performance for Android and iOS Hybrid Apps

by Sergio De Simone on  Dec 12, 2014

AppGyver has announced Supersonic, a new framework to build hybrid mobile apps on Android and iOS that promises to provide "real native performance," says AppGyver, thanks to a novel approach to designing hybrid apps. Supersonic is also integrated with Steroids, an impressive cross-platform IDE for hybrid apps.

TypeScript 1.3 and the March Toward ECMAScript 6

by David Iffland on  Nov 19, 2014

Microsoft recently released TypeScript 1.3 and gave a preview of what's to come in version 1.4. TypeScript is one of a few industry efforts to add type checking to JavaScript and Microsoft aims to make TypeScript a full superset of ECMAScript 6.

Meteor Strikes 1.0

by James Chesters on  Nov 06, 2014

Matt DeBergalis has announced the Meteor 1.0 release, with new features for mobile app development and packaging improvements. Among some of the highlights in the landmark release is improved Mobile App Support. Where support for building mobile apps in Meteor was announced in September's 0.9.2 release, 1.0 brings with it significant changes relating to Cordova.

Ember Gets Rendering Improvements, More Slated

by Roopesh Shenoy on  Nov 05, 2014

Ember 1.8 has been announced. One of the biggest changes is use of metal-views, which improves rendering performance as well as paves the way for more rendering improvements, grouped as "HTMLBars" in the future.

AngularDart Reaches 1.0

by João Paulo Marques on  Oct 28, 2014

The Angular team has released AngularDart 1.0, which contains a lot of new features, performance improvements and bug fixes. It is the first version of the framework with the stamp "production-ready".

AngularJS 2.0 Details Emerge

by David Iffland on  Oct 27, 2014 3

At the 2014 ng-europe conference in Paris, the Angular team gave attendees details about the upcoming AngularJS 2.0 release. It's a significant departure from version 1.X that eliminates much of the existing architecture. Angular 2.0 is built on a new language called AtScript.

AngularJS Superluminal-Nudge Promises Substantial Performance Improvements

by James Chesters on  Oct 21, 2014

Google has announced version 1.3.0 of AngularJS, code named "superluminal-nudge". The release brings substantial performance improvements that reduce memory consumption, increase the speed of common DOM operations, and improve overall latency of Angular app.

AngularJS 1.3 Improves HTML Forms

by David Iffland on  Sep 18, 2014

The upcoming AngularJS 1.3 release arrives with a heavy focus on improved form data manipulation. While this version solves some real-life pain points, for some developers, it may not be an automatic upgrade.

Synth, API-First Web Framework, Confuses Community

by James Chesters on  Jun 17, 2014 1

Synth, an API-first web framework built on Node.js, was announced recently. Features include preload angular model data on page load, preload HTML view on page load, and a simplified project structure. Despite some positive reactions, it has also been greeted with confusion from the wider developer community.

Socket.IO 1.0 Release Brings Binary Support, new Engine.IO Module

by James Chesters on  Jun 10, 2014

Guillermo Rauch has released version 1.0 of the Socket.IO realtime JavaScript library, bringing with it the new Engine.IO module, and support for sending binary data. Coming more than two years since the last major release, the JavaScript community has largely greeted the news warmly, but for some the release has been too long coming.

Express 4.0: Router improvements, Removes Bundled Middleware; But No Major Plans for Future

by James Chesters on  Apr 22, 2014

Express.JS, the Node.js web application framework, recently released version 4.0, with router improvements and removed bundled middleware,; but the team say they currently have "no major plans” for future releases.

Ember.js 1.5 Released: New Testing Features, Improved UX

by James Chesters on  Apr 16, 2014

The Ember.js team has released version 1.5, with new testing features, and an eager URL update that will “provide for a better UX 99% of the time,” according to Ember core team member Robert Jackson. Jackson, posting on the Ember.js blog, described the new version as having “a ton of bug fixes and small improvements” as well as new features in the release.

Creating Single Page Apps With Angular.JS and ASP.NET

by Jeff Martin on  Apr 04, 2014

Angular.JS is a popular framework created by Google for creating single page applications. Despite its origins, it can also easily work with ASP.NET to provide Microsoft-centric developers the same powerful capabilities.

AngularJS 2.0 Will Target Mobile Apps, Drop Support For Older Browsers

by Roopesh Shenoy on  Mar 20, 2014 2

"AngularJS 2.0 is a framework for mobile apps" says the AngularJS team. The framework will continue to be supported for desktops, but the primary focus will be on getting the mobile bit right. The goals also include support for EcmaScript 6 along with a transpiler (since browsers don't support ES6 yet).

Ionic HTML5 Mobile Framework Alpha Preview

by Burke Holland on  Dec 27, 2013 2

Ionic is a new user interface framework for building hybrid mobile applications with HTML5 that bills itself as the "bond between native and HTML5". It provides many of the essential mobile user interface paradigms, such as simple items like lists, tab bars and toggle switches. It also provides more complex visual layout examples such as menus that slide out to reveal content underneath.

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