JavaScript- The Hard Parts

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Thursday, February 2, 2017 -- JavaScript- The Hard Parts. Learn JavaScript Meetup. This week for Javascript - The Hard Parts, we cover Callbacks and Higher Order Functions This includes how to handle or recreate the functions. See https://www.meetup.com/Learn-JavaScript/.

Intro to React - Javascript LA Meetup

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Tuesday, August 9, 2016 -- Intro to React - Javascript LA Meetup. is one of the hottest JavaScript frameworks right now in our industry. General Assembly. As many of you have heard, React.JS JavaScriptLA will be giving a presentation on how one can get started with React, as well as some of the features and benefits of using the framework (especially for those of you thinking why React vs Angular or 'just using JQuery'). See https://generalassemb.ly/education/intro-to-react-javascriptla-meetup/los-angeles/27433.

JS Saturday | Javascript Beginner to Advanced in One Day!

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Have you ever wanted to learn Javascript? After attending this one day bootcamp you will be an advanced Javascript coder. The day will include an introduction to Javascipt, Jquery, Knockout JS, HTML5/CSS – Responsive web design, Nodejs, Javascript Patterns and many more!!

Frameworks Round 2

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JavaScript. Last week, we posted the results of benchmarking several web application development and frameworks. The response was tremendous. We received comments, recommendations, advice, criticism, questions, and most importantly pull requests from dozens of readers and developers.

RealGravity Finds $2.0M

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Tags: realgravity venture capital video javascript software

Software Development | How To Collaborate As A Team

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Theses prototypes are responsive, can be previewed, clickable, and can be exported out to full Bootstrap HTML, CSS and JavaScript. You can do complicated CSS3 animations and JavaScript interactions without ever writing any code.

Framework Benchmarks Round 11

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many Lua tests and several JavaScript tests). Round 11 of the ongoing Web Framework Benchmarks project is now available! We'll keep this blog entry short and sweet. The highlights for Round 11. Three new languages are represented in Round 11: Crystal , D , and Rust.

Frameworks Round 4

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This round adds Bottle (Python), Dancer (Perl), Kelp (Perl), MicroMVC (PHP), Mojolicious (Perl), Phalcon (PHP), RingoJS (JavaScript), Spark (Java), and Wai (Haskell). We’ve posted Round 4 of our ongoing project measuring the performance of many web application frameworks and platforms.

Frameworks Round 1

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For example, we used Sequelize for the JavaScript MySQL tests. JavaScript. You are viewing the first round of web application framework benchmarks. We have since posted a second round and third round that each include community-contributed updates.

Origin Code Academy Rolls Out Free Programming Intro Course Online

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According to the school, the new course teaches some of the fundamentals of HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. San Diego-based "code school" Origin Code Academy said this morning that it has rolled out a new, online-only, free course on programming and the basics of writing code.

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Everything about Java 8

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Nashorn JavaScript Engine. Summary of proposal: JEP 174: Nashorn JavaScript Engine. The following post is a comprehensive summary of the developer-facing changes coming in Java 8. This next iteration of the JDK is currently scheduled for general availability in September 2013. At the time of this writing, Java 8 development is still very much in progress. Language features and APIs may still change. I'll do my best to keep this document up to date.

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OpenX Rolls Out Google AMP Compatibility

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Google's AMP defines a strict set of rules--including prohibition against external Javascript includes--to accelerate delivery of mobile pages using HTML5. Pasadena-based programmatic advertising marketplace operator OpenX has rolled out compatibility with Google AMP, Google's effort at a highly optimized set of rules for mobile web pages, across its entire set of products, the companys aid Monday.

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Learn About AMP - Accelerated Mobile Pages

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He previously spent 5 years at Google making JavaScript based apps go fast and in his free time, he is one of the co-organizers of JSConf EU. Thursday, July 7, 2016 -- Learn About AMP - Accelerated Mobile Pages. Come join GDG Los Angeles as we gratefully welcome Malte Ubl to speak to us about AMP, Accelerated Mobile Pages. Malte is the Tech Lead of the AMP project, and is the world's leading expert on the topic. Malte Ubl (@cramforce, +MalteUbl) is the tech lead of the AMP Project.

PaeDae Ties Into appMobi

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appMobi develops cross platform application development software for HTML5 and Javascript, and was acquired by Intel last year.

Web Framework Performance - Startup Founders Need to See These Numbers

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Many of us are putting more into the front-end and having the application logic and back-end exposed through JavaScript (JSON) APIs. In Web Framework Benchmarks , there are some very interesting and surprising numbers around the performance of various web frameworks.

Coding School Operator Origin Code Academy Launches In San Diego

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According to Origin, it provides 12-week long programs which teach software development skills to students, including skills in.NET, Javascript, CSS and HTML. A new, software coding school operator, Origin Code Academy , said this week that it has launched efforts in San Diego--and says it guarantees its graduates will get a tech job within 90 days of graduation.

Google Code API Console – Nicely Done

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Feed API v2 with Push - The Google Feed API v2 with Push is a JavaScript library that allows you to embed Google Feeds with feed updates pushed automatically to the user's browser. Google Code just release the API console.

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Pragmatism with Flavor

TechEmpower

Sure we still get excited and animated about a new JavaScript library, a new CSS trick, a new device, or a new data store. We build web and mobile applications, and we've been doing so for a little over fifteen years. To our delight, technology has evolved and improved in many ways over that time. Technology evolution can be cyclical, with some branches looping back to the past with surprising vigor and without much self-awareness.

Not Betting on Flash

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Instead I'm betting on HTML/JavaScript. On my eLearning blog, I recently predicted the Beginning of Long Slow Death of Flash. This got quite a lot of passionate response. I view the point of this blog to provide my thoughts and perspectives as an Acting CTO mostly concerned with Startup Development to entrepreneurs and other CTOs. The conversation around Flash is an important one for startups and CTOs. Let me explain based on a comment in the other post.

Rubicon Project Rolls Google AMP Compliant Ad Software

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One of the requirements of Google AMP, which is a major barrier for publishers, is the specification's requirement that no external Javascript--the typical technique for embedding third party ads--be included in mobile web pages. Los Angeles-based Rubicon Project is making it easier for publishers to publish Google AMP compliant webpages, saying its FastLane header bidding solution is now accepted by Google for its mobile web project.

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Tealium Adds $35M to Expand Technology, Sharpen Customer Focus

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Tealium initially focused on helping corporations, government agencies, and other “enterprise” customers to manage “tags,” the snippets of JavaScript embedded in Web pages or e-mails. For us, it’s never been about tags or Javascript. Tealium, a San-Diego startup that provides online advertising tag management and marketing services for enterprise customers, has raised $35 million in a growth financing deal intended to expand its technology and market reach.

Build Native Mobile Apps Using Your Web Skills

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Appcelerators Titanium platform translates your hard won web skills into native mobile applications that perform and look just like they were written in Objective-C [iPhone] or Java [Android]  but using your JavaScript, HTML, and CSS skills. Thursday, April 22, 2010 -- CommNexus Presents: Build Native Mobile Apps Using Your Web Skills.

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General Assembly Raises $35M In Funding Round

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General Assembly , which conducts classes on web development, Photoshop, Javascript, digital marketing, and all kinds of other topics through its location in Los Angeles, has just scored a $35M funding round, a Series C for the company. The company--which is based in New York--operates a series of schools across the nation to teach digital skills.

Realtime Raises $100M, Opens Office In Santa Monica

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The firm said its technology framework works with NODE.JS, Javascript, ASP.net, Java, PHP, iOS, Android, and Windows Phone, and revolves around providing a many-to-many, cloud-hosted messaging system for web applications. Realtime , a startup developing technology to help power real-time web applications, said today that it has raised $100M, launched in the U.S., and opened up a new office in Santa Monica.

MediaPass Gets $1.75M More

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The startup's software uses JavaScript and other code to intercept traffic to existing blogs and web sites, and require premium signups to access full content. Los Angeles-based MediaPass , the developer of subscription and content monetization software aimed at online publishers, has raised $1.75M more in a Series B funding. The funding came from angels, including Jeff Stibel of Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp. and Jeff Tinsley of MyLife.

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Sencha Touch for Mobile Web App Development

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Sencha Touch is a new mobile app framework based on Javascript, HTML5, and CSS3. Wednesday, September 1, 2010 -- CommNexus Presents:Sencha Touch for Mobile Web App Development. It allows developers to create amazing experiences on Android and iOS devices like the iPad and iPhone. In this presentation, we will look at the current state of mobile development, the benefits and availability of WebKit, and some specific developer-centric features of Sencha Touch.

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Choosing a Programming Language and Framework for Your Startup

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We had an interesting presentation at the LA CTO Forum by the CTO of a startup who chose Groovy / Grails as the framework for their startup. t prompted a good discussion around how CTOs go about choosing the programming language and framework for their startup.

SweetLabs Dangles $50K To Developers

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The software allows developers to use web technologies like HTML5, CSS, and Javascript to create interactive desktop applications. San Diego-based SweetLabs , the startup formerly known as OpenCandy, said today that it has launched a $50,000 contest which will reward web developers for creating desktop applications for its Pokki desktop app environment.

SoCal Code Camp | Learn, Network, & Win Awesome Prizes!

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This fun conference will have over 85 sessions on various technologies including Web Development, Mobile, Ruby , Javascript and more.

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Pokki Takes App Model To The Desktop

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The firm said today that it has launched a beta of Pokki , a platform which lets web developers create desktop apps, using languages such as HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript. San Diego-based SweetLabs , the firm formerly known as OpenCandy, is taking on the mobile app model, and applying it to the desktop.

Docstoc Adds Preview Feature

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The firm's new Docshots service allows any Docstoc user to include pop-up previews of their documents, by including Javascript code on their web page. Santa Monica-based Docstoc rolled out a new feature for the firm's web-based document sharing service Thursday, which allows users to embed preview links into their web pages of documents on the site.

Mark Suster’s Advice To Emerging Entrepreneurs – “Do Not Do, As I Have Done”

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Learn JavaScript. As part of UC Santa Barbara’s Distinguished Lecture Series, serial entrepreneur and noted venture capitalist Mark Suster recently shared his advice with a large crowd of emerging entrepreneurs.

How to Teach Computational Thinking

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Yes, there’s certainly a need for some number of software engineers in the world who can write low-level programs in languages like C++ or Java or JavaScript—and can handle the details of loops and declarations.

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