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What Should the Average JS Ninja Know about Upcoming JavaScript and Browser Features?



Daniel Steigerwald introduces some of the new JavaScript language features and tools: transpilers, polyfills, and others.


Daniel Steigerwald (@steida) is a JavaScript Developer and Consultant, Este.js Creator, and member of the Google Developers Expert Program.

About the conference

mloc.js 2014 is a conference for people interested in the future of the language and the platform, the possibilites of JavaScript on the web and on the server side. For people doing or planning to do big JavaScript projects. And for people would like to see how is it possible to improve JavaScript by making it smarter, faster and sexy.

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May 25, 2014

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  • everything JS is bad idea

    by Stas Chubar,

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    I don't agree with speaker on his opinion about React. There is more people involved in project, not only JS developers. With growing complexity and amount of tools and platforms for javascript involved in new projects, difference in skills getting bigger, so having common lang (HTML) for better communication is valuable. Web Components is way to go. Designer should have as much as possible control over UI.

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