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JavaScript provides the world with a powerful way to build interactivity into any application. With an ever growing world-wide web, there’s never been a better time to keep up with JavaScript news, announcements and updates. Our JavaScript news is written by developers, for developers.

Mozilla is building a bridge between Rust and JavaScript

Mozilla is building a bridge between Rust and JavaScript. The bridge - Wasm-bindgen - allows Rust to interact with Web Assembly modules and JavaScript....

6 JavaScript micro optimizations you need to know

JavaScript micro optimizations can improve the performance of your JavaScript code. This means you can get it to do more - this is essential...

SurveyJS leaves beta

The SurveyJS team have announced in a post on Hackernoon that it is now out of beta. The JavaScript library for building surveys features...

Emoji Scavenger Hunt showcases TensorFlow.js

What is Emoji Scavenger Hunt? Emoji Scavenger Hunt is a game built using neural networks. Developed by Google using TensorFlow.js, a version of the machine...

D3 5.0 is out!

D3.js, the popular javascript library is now available in version 5.0. This version D3 5.0, introduces only a few non-backward-compatible changes. D3.js is a JavaScript...

What is a full-stack developer?

Full stack developer has been named as one of the most common developer roles according to the latest stack overflow survey. But what exactly does...

D3.js v5.0 released!

D3.js version 5.0 released. D3.js is a JavaScript library for creating dynamic, interactive data visualizations in web browsers. The new version 5.0 includes only...

Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2018: A Quick Overview

Stack Overflow recently published their annual developer survey in which over 100,000 developers and professionals participated. The survey shed light on some very interesting...

ASP.Net Site Performance: Reducing Page Load Time

The JavaScript code for a page falls into two groups—code required to render the page, and code required to handle user interface events, such...