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Top 26 Free Node.js Frameworks for Web Developers 2018

In the realm of web development, Node.js is very likely to be the most widely known server-side platform for developing lightning fast network …

JavaScript

Svelte - The magical disappearing UI framework - Interview with Rich Harris

If jQuery gave us proper control over the DOM, and React brought components to the limelight, what's next? Svelte by Rich Harris might be an answer …

JavaScript

Archiving Digital Experiences using Emulation with Jason Scott

Jason Scott is the internet's historian and archivist. He is the creator and maintainer of textfiles.com, a web site which archives files from …

Exploring Code Smells in code written by Children with Dr. Felienne

Felienne is always learning. In exploring her PhD dissertation and her public speaking experience it's clear that she has no intent on stopping! Most …

Becoming a more social developer with Daphne Chong

Daphne Chong has had a great year. While she's been a professional developer for many years, this year she's organized user groups, spoken at a …

The New LINQ Fundamentals

The first course I ever made for Pluralsight was a LINQ Fundamentals course in 2008. I’ve received many great bits of feedback about the course over …

Don't Throw Away All Those web.config Settings

ASP.NET Core might not use a complicated hierarchy of XML configuration files anymore, but if you host under IIS, then IIS and web.config are still …

Combining HttpPost and ValidateAntiForgeryToken

I’ve been kicking around the idea of combining [HttpPost] and [ValidateAntiForgeryToken] in an application using authentication cookies. Both …

The Troubles with JavaScript Classes

Over the summer I gave a talk titled “The New Dragons of JavaScript”. The idea was to provide, like the cartographers of the Old World, a map of …