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Replacing callbacks with ES6 Generators

by Matt Baker

Before we dive in to how to use generators in place of callbacks, let’s talk about generators are. Generators are a lot like functions, except you can pause their execution….

ECMAScript 6: Jump in, the water is warm!

by Mark Volkmann

methods in the String and Object classes References Example code in GitHub – ES6 Features (from Luke Hoban) – Harmony specification drafts – ES6 Compatibility Table (from…

2014 – What Web Developers Will Need to Know

by Brian Rinaldi

…help shed some light on what web developers might need to know for 2014. Specifically, I asked, “Looking into 2014, what do you think will have the most impact on…

What are Generators?

by Brian Rinaldi

…promise library which supports generators A brilliant tutorial on generators in python by David Beazley The original proposal that introduced generators to Python This article was orginally published at…

Getting a Head Start with Front End Generators

by Brian Rinaldi

Yeoman versus using grunt-init is that Yeoman makes it easier to install generators and to ensure that the generators are up to date. This article was originally published at

Best of JavaScript, HTML & CSS – Week of February 3, 2014

by Brian Rinaldi

…experience by Val Head. Tutorials A step by step explanation and introduction to replacing callbacks using ES6 Generators by Matt Baker. Replacing callbacks with ES6 Generators A great – and…

The Future of JavaScript…Now!

by Brian Rinaldi

…of these features are actually showing up in ES6, but CoffeeScript is often heralded as the reason ES6 has decided to add the features. Before languages that transpiled to JavaScript…

Slush – A Better Web App Scaffolding Tool

by Brian Rinaldi

…of having a name prefixed with “slush-” and have “slushgenerator” as a keyword in its package.json. Existing generators can be found at the Slush homepage, and new generators that are…

Best of JavaScript, HTML & CSS – Week of January 13, 2014

by Brian Rinaldi

…and the Road Ahead Dave Methvin posts the state of jQuery 2014, looking back at 2013 and discussing plans for 2014. The State of jQuery 2014 CJ Gammon on how…

Best of JavaScript, HTML & CSS – Week of April 21, 2014

by Brian Rinaldi

…you create defensive objects that can prevent common type-checking errors.Creating defensive objects with ES6 proxies Jack Franklin begins a series on ES6 features with an in-depth look at arrow functions.Real…