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The Best of the Week (Mar 20): Web Dev Zone

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The Best of the Week (Mar 20): Web Dev Zone

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Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the HTML5 Zone (March 20 - March 27). Here they are, in order of popularity:

1. SpringOne2GX 2014 Replay: Creating Modular Test Driven SPAs with Spring and AngularJS

  • Single-page Applications (SPA) are all the rage these days and with them there is an avalanche of new tools, libraries and frameworks we need to know. But what does this mean for us as Spring developers?

2. An Interview with PHP 5.5 and 5.6 Refcard Author Luis Atencio

  • This week's "What's New with PHP 5.5 and 5.6" Refcard was authored by Citrix Systems Software Engineer Luis Atencio, and we spoke with him to talk a little bit about his background and the PHP Refcard.

3. A Hint of What's to Come: AngularJS 2.0

  • Over the past several months, a lot has been written about the forthcoming changes in AngularJS 2.0. While not much is available in the way of details, there are some changes that have been released by the Angular 2.0 team that have raised a lot of concerns among seasoned AngularJS developers.

4. Media Query Sass Mixin

  • If you do any front-end development over the past couple of years then you would of heard of CSS pre-processors. The most common CSS pre-processors are SASS, LESS, or Stylus.

5. JavaScript Date: a Bad Part

  • We all know that JavaScript has some bad parts. However, one of them is usually forgotten, and skipped in most of “JavaScript Bad Parts” lists on the Internet. It is a Date object. You can have hard time working with it, especially if you want to support time zones. In this post I would like to outline quircks of Date in JavaScript.

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