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10 JS Resources That Will Make You A JavaScript Ninja

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10 JS Resources That Will Make You A JavaScript Ninja

Introduction

10 JS Resources That Will Make You A JavaScript NinjaWe are happy to publish our first edition of the reading roundup for JavaScript. You can love it or hate it, but you cannot leave it – fits perfectly for JavaScript. Like with every technology company, we have the share of programmers who love it and those who hate it. This edition is curated from the hundreds of posts our JavaScript team read in the last month. We hope you enjoy the links as much as we did.

Top 10 JavaScript Community Influencers in 2016 – CodeChannels.com

JS collageRole models are always good to have, especially in programming, they are more than good. They shape the way you think, learn and code for the better or worse. This codechannel post has compiled the list of top 10 influencers in the JavaScript community.

Lists of Javascript methods which you can use natively – GitHub

Admit it. You might have overused lodash and underscore. However, you do not have to hereafter. Here is the nice list of JavaScript methods you can use natively.

jQuery’s JSONP Explained with Examples – SitePoint.com

You would have experienced seeing the error message when trying to load data from a domain which is not under your control. This post shows a workaround to the problem using jQuery and JSONP to make the cross-domain AJAX call.

Service workers 101 – An infographic to summarize the most important parts of the Service Workers’ API – GitHub

service-workers-101This excellent infographic summarizes the most important parts of the Service Workers’ API. If you are using Service Workers’ API frequently, this could come handy, and you would want to print this and post it on the wall for quick reference (we have done that already)

23 Free JavaScript Books – HackerLists.com

JSB Collage-1Whether you are a seasoned programmer or a novice, there is something for everyone in this list of 23 free JavaScript books collected by the wonderful folks at hackerlists.

React: The Definitive Beginner’s Guide – Microsoft.com

This React beginners course from Microsoft Virtual Academy covers React fundamentals, including components, JSX, handling data and state, event listeners, routing, use of ES6 classes, and how to configure an amazing build chain with Webpack.

An Introduction To Redux – Smashing Magazine

As a front-end developer, you would have heard about Redux, one of the hottest libraries in front-end development. This post from Smashing Magazine gives one of the best introduction to Redux.

Skills JavaScript Developers Should Learn in 2016 – CodeMentor.io

With new frameworks and libraries, demandsJavaScript is growing as ever in popularity and the skills are in high demand. Codementor has listed out the skills JavaScript developers should learn in 2016 to keep up with the technology and requirements.

You Don’t Know JS – GitHub

you-don't-know-jsIf you ask every JavaScript lover to recommend one book you should read as a JavaScript programmer; it will be ‘You Don’t know JS’ book series. And, we are not an exception. This set is one of the mandatory reading for our new hires in JS. The best part is you can access the full series online and FREE.

JS Pop Quiz: How well do you know your functions?

How well do you think you know the functions? Take this pop quiz to know. Do not spoil the game by posting your solution. You can tweet it as it is suggested in the article.

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