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ECMAScript 6 compatibility table

ECMAScript 6 compatibility table

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Building single page apps using web components Edit on GitHub Polymer v0.4.2 This article describes an older version of Polymer, and some information may not apply to Polymer 1.0 For an introduction to Polymer 0.5, see Polymer in 10 minutes. For an introduction to Polymer 1.0, see Quick tour of Polymer. Créer une application de bureau native avec NW.js The NW.js project lets you create apps with full native capabilities in HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Even better, it lets you access any Node.js modules directly from the browser environment. This means your web-based app can now retrieve input from sensors or control hardware devices.

Getting started with ECMAScript 6 This blog post helps you to get started with ECMAScript 6 (ES6): It explains how you can interactively try out ES6.It lists ES6 features that are easy to adopt, along with how those features are coded in ES5. Trying out ECMAScript 6 Google's Guide To Designing With Empathy With a price tag that's already set records by being $1.6 billion over-budget, mass outbreaks of the Zika virus, and water-sport venues that are allegedly teeming with human excrement, the Rio 2016 Olympic Games are already looking like the biggest planning disaster in IOC history—and this, just two years after Sochi. But it's not all bad. As part of the $12 billion budget attached to the Olympic Games, Rio has built 11 new sports facilities, ranging from a whitewater water park and a bitchin' BMX stadium to a massive new tennis center and a trio of multi-use sports arenas. And unlike past Olympic games, most of these structures will be permanently integrated into Rio's urban fabric, giving Brazilian athletes, students, and the general public places to swim and play for years to come. Ahead of today's torch-lighting ceremony, here are the 11 new stadiums, parks, and venues you'll be getting to know over the course of this year's Summer Olympic and Paralympic games. A Manager's Guide Why is so much happening now? JavaScript’s current development path reflects years of prior work. After years of hard work, deep thought, and discussion, JavaScript was about to change in July 2008. Many brilliant minds spent years debating, and at times fighting over, what the next steps for JavaScript should be. Survey of Web Accessibility Practitioners Results You are here: Home > WebAIM Projects > Survey of Web Accessibility Practitioners Results Introduction In July 2014, WebAIM conducted a survey of web accessibility practitioners. We received 900 valid responses to this survey.

Bosonic Web Component Flash message Display an info message that automatically disappears after 2 secs: Show message Modal (Close with ESC) Autocomplete Combo box ES6 Template Strings in Depth Using Template Strings We’ve already covered the basic `I'm just a string`. One aspect of template strings that may be worth mentioning is that you’re now able to declare strings with both ' and " quotation marks in them without having to escape anything. var text = `I'm "amazed" that we have so many quotation marks to choose from!` How to debug ES6 mocha tests in Visual Studio Code Previously, when I tried to debug the failed test in mocha, I start mocha in bash with --debug-brk, and attached the Visual Studio Code to that mocha process. My code is written in ES6, and I run mocha via babel-register. When I tried to enjoy the built-in debug function in VSC. Somehow, the stack seems completely irrelative to the actual code. Take me a while to figure it out. I searched a lot online, assembled all the information to solve the problem, I think it worths a blog to save someone else time.

Progressive loading for modern web applications via code splitting I am compiling and bundling all my javascript files (sometimes css and images too) into ONE HUGE bundle.js. I guess you are doing this too, aren’t you? It is a pretty common approach for making modern web applications. But this approach has one (sometimes very important) drawback: first loading of your app may take too much time. As a web browser have to (1) load large file and (2) parse a lot of javascript code. What Is Web 2.0 What Is Web 2.0 Pages: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 DoubleClick vs. Overture and AdSense A Baseline for Front-End [JS] Developers, 2015 23 Mar 2015 edit It's been almost three years since I wrote A Baseline for Front-End Developers, probably my most popular post ever. Three years later, I still get Twitter mentions from people who are discovering it for the first time.

Static Maps API V2 Developer Guide   The Google Static Maps API lets you embed a Google Maps image on your web page without requiring JavaScript or any dynamic page loading. The Google Static Map service creates your map based on URL parameters sent through a standard HTTP request and returns the map as an image you can display on your web page. New! The Google Static Maps API Usage Limits have changed. Creating an API key and including it in your request allows you to track usage in the Google Developers Console, and to purchase additional quota if required.

Using ES6 and ES7 in the Browser, with Babel 6 and Webpack This guide is part of The Complete Guide to ES6 with Babel 6 series. If you’re having trouble upgrading to Babel 6, start with Six Things You Need To Know About Babel 6. The Babel CLI is great for compiling ES6 to ES5 on a file-by-file basis. However, when Babel encounters an import statement, it outputs a require call – which won’t get you very far in the browser. To make our Babel output browser friendly, we’ll need to bundle it.