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JavaScript Village

JavaScript and the world of technologies that work along with it. 

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About the JavaScript Village

Don't you think it's about time we started a JavaScript group? JavaScript has exploded. At this point, that's an understatement. We're going to focus on the whole JavaScript world here and subgroups will fall out later. HTML5, CSS, Node, Express, AngularJS, the list seems to go on forever. This is a work in progress, so stay tuned as we grow. Join this group to keep up with the latest content.

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Uber Case Study - Using Node.js

I was looking around for case studies about companies using Node and ran across this one. Uber's architecture involves Node. This discussion is a look at how the decisions were made to change the…Continue

Tags: js, javascript, codetown, node

Started by Michael Levin Jun 22, 2017.

Know Node?

If you're interested in Node.js, this is a great starting point. Ryan Dahl is the author. This is a video of his intro presentation.…Continue

Started by Michael Levin Feb 18, 2017.

Welcome to JavaScript Village!

You're going to love it here! Like minded people and a mind boggling assortment of…Continue

Tags: codetown, javascript

Started by Michael Levin Feb 18, 2016.

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Welcome to Codetown!

Codetown is a social network. It's got blogs, forums, groups, personal pages and more! You might think of Codetown as a funky camper van with lots of compartments for your stuff and a great multimedia system, too! Best of all, Codetown has room for all of your friends.

When you create a profile for yourself you get a personal page automatically. That's where you can be creative and do your own thing. People who want to get to know you will click on your name or picture and…
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How Uber Deals With Unreachable Code Associated to Feature Flags in its Mobile Apps

Piranha is a newly open-sourced tool by Uber that can be used to remove stale code in mobile apps written in Java, Objective-C, or Swift for Android and iOS. The tool was born with the aim to pay technical debt ensuing from the process of implementing and eventually removing feature flags, says Uber.

By Sergio De Simone

Theia Framework 1.0 Enables Web IDEs

Theia is a framework for building multi-language IDEs upon JavaScript, and powers GitPod.io, Arduino's new Pro IDE, and Arm's new mBed Studio. Earlier this week they released 1.0 signifying that they had reached stability and the vendor-neutral open-source framework was ready for use. Read on to find out more about what Eclipse Theia delivers and how it differs from VS Code.

By Alex Blewitt

ES2020's Feature Set Finalized

The TC39 committee recently approved the ECMAScript 2020 (commonly known as ES2020) candidate which contains the finalized set of features entering the JavaScript language. The ES2020 candidate is set for review and approval by the ECMA general assembly in June this year. Most of the new features are already implemented in browsers and can be transpiled with the Babel JavaScript parser.

By Bruno Couriol

Presentation: From POC to Production in Minimal Time - Avoiding Pain in ML Projects

Janet Bastiman describes how turning an AI proof of concept into a production ready, deployable system can be a world of pain, especially if different parts of the puzzle are fulfilled by different teams, going into technical details.

By Janet Bastiman

Presentation: Exploiting Common iOS Apps’ Vulnerabilities

Ivan Rodriguez walks through some of the most common vulnerabilities on iOS apps and shows how to exploit them. All these vulnerabilities have been found on real production apps of companies that have (or don't have) a bug bounty program. This talk is useful for those connected with mobile app development or those who do use mobile apps to work with sensitive data.

By Ivan Rodriguez

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