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  • Web Development InfoQ Trends Report

    In this trends report, we take a look at the web development space, which is always an interesting one for us with a new JavaScript framework launched seemingly every couple of minutes.

  • InfoQ Call for Articles

    InfoQ provides software engineers with the opportunity to share experiences gained using innovator and early adopter stage techniques and technologies with the wider industry. We are always on the lookout for quality articles and we encourage practitioners and domain experts to submit feature-length (2,000 to 3,000 word) papers that are timely, educational and practical.

  • Four Tips for Working with Angular Components

    If you're a beginner to Angular, you'll quickly find that components are some of the core building blocks of an Angular application. Regardless of what flavor of Angular you're working with, be it AngularJS or Angular 2+, learning to use components well is critical. In this article, Jonathan Saring offers four tips on working with Angular components.

  • Mobile DNUN: Danger Notification and User Navigation

    This article introduces the authors’ Danger Notification and User Navigation (DNUN) application, which works in conjunction with a geolocation system to save the location of users or objects for emergency rescue or later navigation. The DNUN mobile application can help rescue a user by sending an email with a danger notification to intended contacts.

  • Turbocharge React with GraphQL

    GraphQL and React are two Facebook technologies that have grown up together. In this article, Shane Stillwell shows how GraphQL, a strongly-typed JavaScript-based language, helps developers build relationships with their data and improves marshaling across service boundaries. GraphQL is extensible, works alongside REST, and can be implemented in any back-end software solution.

  • Benchmarks Don't Have to Die

    Are tracing and profiling the future of performance engineering outside of the fast-moving JavaScript community? Do all benchmarks have a shelf-life? In this article, Matt Fleming talks about benchmarks and what keeps the good ones alive and why others die. By adapting benchmarks, they can live forever.

  • Article Series: Reactive JavaScript

    Reactive programming techniques are becoming more prevalent in the constantly changing JavaScript landscape. This article series hopes to provide a snapshot of where we're at, sharing multiple techniques; variations on a theme. From new languages like Elm to the way Angular has adopted RxJS, there's something for every developer, no matter what they're working with.

  • Q&A with Paul Daniels and Luis Atencio on RxJS in Action

    RxJS In Action provides a solid introduction to RxJS and lays out what the future of reactive JavaScript programming looks like. In this Q&A session, authors Paul Daniels and Luis Atencio talk more about RxJS, where it fits into the JavaScript landscape and how it affects JavaScript developers.

  • More Than React, Part 2: How Binding.scala Makes Reusability Easy

    In Part 2 of "More Than React", Yang Bo goes into what's required to reuse components in vanilla JavaScript, ReactJS, and Binding.scala. Through examples, Yang shows how Binding.scala makes creating and reusing components easy with minimal code, reducing complexity and boilerplate.

  • Seven Operators to Get Started with RxJS

    If you're just getting started with Reactive JavaScript and RxJS, the list of available operators can be overwhelming. If you're just getting started, which ones do you actually need? In this article, Vinvent Tunru introduces seven operators along with examples that will help you get a feel for when each of these operators could come in handy.

  • How to Make Different Types of JavaScript Lists? Four Examples with Webix

    Sergey Laptick shows how to create web components to display data in the form of different types of lists using the Webix UI Library. From simple lists, to advanced, interactive lists, Laptick discusses the core concepts behind Webix lists and how to create your own, customized list implementations.

  • Transcrypt: Anatomy of a Python to JavaScript Compiler

    On the web front end, web development is one size fits all: JavaScript. The Transcrypt Python to JavaScript compiler is a relatively new open source project, aiming at executing Python 3.6 at JavaScript speed, with comparable file sizes. In this article, Jacques de Hooge talks about the requirements in building a transpiler and how Transcrypt is built to meet those demands.

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