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Developer Digest 7

Ed and Eric Bishard cover the latest news in the development community including linting, ad-blocking, NativeScript, and Angular migrations.

The Software Developer Mindset

On this episode of the Eat Sleep Code podcast, guest Julie Lerman talks about the Software Developer mindset.

A Git CLI Reference for Beginners

Hopefully, no one needs to sell you on GitHub – the world's largest open source community. GitHub is home for most developers – a fast flexible social environment to build personal projects, support enterprises and collaborate on open source technologies. The underpinnings of GitHub is Git – a free, open source, cross-platform and highly productive […]

Developer Digest 6

Ed and Sam Basu cover the latest news in the development community including: Angular 2, NativeScript snacks, ASP.NET Core RTM, and Windows CLI.

Web Clips – A Hidden, But Useful, OS X Feature

Do you run OS X (soon to be macOS)? Are there graphs or charts that you check daily or weekly? If you answered yes, you might want to try a powerful, yet completely hidden feature of OS X: web clips. Web clips let you take a clip of a web page and save it as […]

What To Expect From JavaScript In 2016 – Beyond the Browser

This is the third part of a 3 part series on what to expect from JavaScript in 2016 taken from our whitepaper, “The Future of JavaScript: 2016 and Beyond“. Today’s post focuses on the future of the JavaScript language itself. Part 1, which covered the future of JavaScript frameworks, can be found here and part […]

Say Hello to Windows Hello

You come across a killer app, but it needs another set of user credentials for you to remember for authentication. Could this be the straw that breaks the camel’s back? Especially with the constant stories of widespread enterprise hacking that expose consumer data, something has to change, right? Windows Hello offers easy biometric authentication integrated […]

Creating Node.js Command Line Utilities to Improve Your Workflow

Once upon a time, the command line seemed scary and intimidating to me. I felt as if it stared back at me blankly like the price tag on something extremely expensive saying, “If you have to ask, it’s not for you.” I preferred the comfort of the buttons and menus laying out for me what […]

Spying on James Bond with Node.js

Sure, Node.js has gotten a ton of attention lately. It is fast and powerful, especially when combined with the over 200,000 packages in npm. But, I’m sure you’ve asked yourself, is it powerful enough to help take down the world’s greatest super spy? I was reading about a library named Knwl.js when the idea came […]

Desktop Apps With Electron And Kendo UI

This year at Build, Microsoft grandly announced Visual Studio Code, the first code editor from Microsoft that works on the Mac. A full featured desktop IDE. And the crowd goes wild. I myself downloaded and used Visual Studio Code, and I gotta admit, it’s pretty good. Especially considering this is a v1 release we’re talking […]