nativescript.org : Cross-Platform Native Development with Javascript

Build truly native iOS, Android and Windows Phone apps with Javascript and CSS. Try NativeScript open-source framework for cross-platform development.

Source: Cross-Platform Native Development with Javascript

After trying Ionic I was very happy with the current condition of the mobile apps frameworks that give you the possibility to write in JavaScript only. This one goes a step further by not using the WebView component to render a local web page but uses native UI components. Let’s see how it is. Check on their website for a very easy start!

Laravel on Twitter: “Announcement: Laravel 5.1 will be the first Laravel LTS release in the framework’s history.”

Mattias Petter Johansson’s answer to How do you judge a Javascript programmer by only 5 questions? – Quora

Source: Mattias Petter Johansson’s answer to How do you judge a Javascript programmer by only 5 questions? – Quora

It’s always good to have such questions that help to focus on specific things about the programming language. Not just knowing a little about everything.

Check his article on Medium too.

An introduction to JavaScript-based DDoS | Cloudflare blog

Source: An introduction to JavaScript-based DDoS

It was not long ago when a similar attack happened against GitHub. I hope in the near future such things become very hard to do for the average hacker and the clever people will prefer to be white hats.

Online regex tester and debugger: JavaScript, Python, PHP, and PCRE: https://regex101.com

Regex101 allows you to create, debug, test and have your expressions explained for PHP, PCRE, JavaScript and Python. The website also features a community where you can share useful expressions.

Source: Online regex tester and debugger: JavaScript, Python, PHP, and PCRE

Speaking JavaScript: An In-Depth Guide for Programmers @ speakingjs.com

Source: Speaking JavaScript: An In-Depth Guide for Programmers

This is a great book that I am reading right now and can’t stop reading which means this time I like what I read.

It has everything. From basics to a very advanced code examples and explanation.

On every page I discover a new way to use the code I thought I knew well.

Just start reading it. Jump through the chapters, go forward and back and enjoy learning!

The first time you should read it from cover to cover probably skipping only the parts for the engine internals.

The second time you should read it the same way and satisfy your curiosity by reading the internal engine parts.

The third time you should pick the chapters you are interested in and use in your job: Objects, prototype, inheritance, arrays, regex, unicode – the book has everything.