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Top JavaScript Frameworks & Topics to Learn in 2017 – JavaScript Scene – Medium. The popularity of JavaScript has led to a very vibrant ecosystem of technologies, frameworks, and libraries.

Top JavaScript Frameworks & Topics to Learn in 2017 – JavaScript Scene – Medium

Along with all the amazing diversity and energy in the ecosystem comes a high degree of confusion for many. What technologies should you care about? Where should you invest your time to get the most benefit? Which tech stacks are companies hiring for right now? Which ones have the most growth potential? What are the most important technologies to know right now? Remember as you’re learning to experiment with some actual code. This is going to be a long list, but don’t get discouraged. A Note on Optional Learning Some of this stuff is strictly optional*, which means, I recommend them if you are interested in them, or you need to know them for a job, but you should not feel obligated to learn them. Anything not marked with a * should be learned, but don’t feel obligated to learn everything there is to know about everything.

JavaScript & DOM Fundamentals Tooling React Redux Why? RxJS* A Functional Programmer’s Introduction to JavaScript (Composing Software) Note: This is part of the “Composing Software” series on learning functional programming and compositional software techniques in JavaScript ES6+ from the ground up.

A Functional Programmer’s Introduction to JavaScript (Composing Software)

Stay tuned. There’s a lot more of this to come! < Previous | << Start over at Part 1 | Next > For those unfamiliar with JavaScript or ES6+, this is intended as a brief introduction. Whether you’re a beginner or experienced JavaScript developer, you may learn something new.

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Design Patterns. Electron. Angular Meteor Tutorial. Let's start building our Meteor-Angular socially app.

Angular Meteor Tutorial

In this step, you will: Become familiar with the most important source code filesLearn how to start the Meteor serverConnect an Angular FrontEndRun the application in the browser First step - let's install Meteor! Open your command line and paste this command: $ curl | sh If you are on a Windows machine, go here to install Now let's create our app - write this in the command line: $ meteor create socially Now let's see what we got. . $ cd socially and run the app like so: $ meteor => Started proxy => Started MongoDB. => Started your app. >=> App running at: Now go to and look at the amazing app that's running on your computer!

So, as you can see, we have a full running app which includes a server and a client! The default Meteor app starts life with three files, one js, one html and one css file. We are going to add our own files for this tutorial. Socially.css socially.html socially.js.

AngularJS

AngularJS Tutorial for Beginners With NodeJS ExpressJS and MongoDB (Part I) - Adrian Mejia’s Blog. This tutorial is meant to be as clear as possible while at the same time teach you how to connect AngularJS with back-end servers in Node.Js, Express.js and databases such as MongoDB, also known as the MEAN stack.

AngularJS Tutorial for Beginners With NodeJS ExpressJS and MongoDB (Part I) - Adrian Mejia’s Blog

Let’s start with angularJS! We are going to start building all the examples in a single HTML file, which has embedded javascript and NO styles/CSS for simplicity. In the next tutorials we will learn how to use angularJS modules to break down the code, add testing to it and styles. What is Angular.js? Angular.js is a MVW (Model-View-Whatever) open-source JavaScript web framework that facilitates the creation of single-page applications (SPA) and data-driven apps. Brief Background AngularJS vs jQuery vs BackboneJS vs EmberJS TL; DR: AngularJS is awesome for building testable single page applications (SPA), and also data driven and CRUD apps. AngularJS motto is “HTML enhanced for web apps!”. Times have changed since then. Without further ado, let’s dive in! AngularJS Main Components. Knockout : Home.

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Desktop. Meteor.js. Try.filepicker. Uploading files from all these sources to your website or app can be difficult.

try.filepicker

Your users have to leave your site and individually download their files before they can pass them along to you. Doing so creates an unpleasant friction in what should be a simple experience. Rather than requiring your user to repeatedly work though this process, you'd like them to be able to upload files directly from the services they already use: photos from Facebook or Instagram, documents from Dropbox or Amazon Cloud Drive. © 2015 Filepicker - All Rights Reserved. Privacy & Terms In two lines of JavaScript you can replace your traditional upload button with one that allows your users to select from their accounts on other services. Many of your user's files are scattered across multiple services like Facebook, Instagram and Dropbox.

Take the headache out of file uploads Connect, Process, and Store any file from anywhere on the internet 10 day free trial on all plans. Free 10 day trial on all plans. Dropzone.js.