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meteor one javascript api for client and server

You’ve probably already heard about Meteor, it’s been around for a few years now and has a stable release (1.2) available. But if not… In a nutshell – Meteor is a JavaScript framework which exposes an API for both client and server. So you can write your front-end and back-end all in JS. It’s built […]

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Node.js openSSL and V8 security updates

Over the last few weeks several security updates have been released for Node.js. OpenSSL – Various updates fix OpenSSL bugs and apply to most versions of Node.js from V0.10. DoS – The next update fixes a DoS (denial of service) vulnerability for versions v0.12 to v5. An attacker could cause the HTTP Socket to shut […]

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The coolest JavaScript websites of 2013

Since our website was started, there’s been many great JavaScript related websites come and go. We thought it would be nice to compile a list of the some of the best and coolest JavaScript website around today (I admit, most of these have been around for a while, but they are truly awesome). JSFiddle Probably […]

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Building Mobile Apps with Jo

Using Jo and PhoneGap, you can create native iPhone/Android/Symbian applications which are both lightweight and responsive as well as pretty. Jo currently supports the follow platforms – webOS, iOS, Android, Symbian, Safari and Chrome.

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Serious Flash Alternative using CSS3?

Sencha Animator comes as a desktop application used to create rich HTML5 animation. Itís currently in its infancy but could have real potential. There is one drawback at this point-in-time however; it requires a Webkit browser to work. This means it will work in Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Iphone, Ipad, Blackberry torch, Google Android and other Webkit based browsers. But it will not fully work in IE, Opera or Firefox. At least not until the CSS3 is fully supported (IE 9 claims support).