Latest news on WebAssembly front – they’re getting there.
JS @ Front
JS @ Back
But there’s more – Chrome’s next step in DevTools development is to allow you to use the Chrome devtools to debug both the client and the server from the comfort of your browser. This should lead to a very compelling and tight development loop. Read more about the Chrome Dev tools plans.
And it’s only going to get better.
- A look into ES6 string templating
- For now you’ll still have to transpile to ES5 until there’s browser support.
I for one welcome our new overlord. Given EJS is inevitable, are you ready?
UPDATE: A wonderful talk on Redux demonstrates the power of immutable state – it’s so nice to see how simple powerful things can be when you get it right, and React and Redux have definitely got it spot on – really recommend watching this – it’s worth every min:
(If you can’t watch the video, this cartoon will have to do.)
chai-shallow-deep-equal allows you to assert many properties of an object at once in an elegant manner by just specifying the JSON you'd expect to be there. (How I wish we had this in c#!)