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Modern and Modular JavaScript

On the way of investigating the state of JavaScript modularity we found that only ECMAScript 6 brings reasonable methodology to achieve this. It's also importand that it brings short and familar to other technologies class definition import and export syntax. As an approach for module loading in browser SystemJS looks as the most coprehensive solutions nowdays as among ES6 styled

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ES7 JavaScript for Backbone

By recent moment Backbone was not really ready for modern ECMAScript (ES) standards as current ES6 haven't implemented class properties. It is described here in detail:

http://benmccormick.org/2015/04/07/es6-classes-and-backbone-js/

But a plugin was added recently to babel transpiler (es6-7 to old standard translator) that implements this feature so we can write the code in modern ways:

import Marionette from 'backbone.marionette'; import

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Angular 2 dynamic bootstrap

Sometimes you’re not able to bind framework as the root page element as some html/js infrastructure already exists or you just have outside content rendered with other technologies. But you still can gain benefits of frameworks development and get functionality from subset of well-designed and working components. Angular 2 is more modular than predecessors and allow use to only some

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Building Crossplatform Mobile Apps with JavaScript 2015 with Babel and Angular2 for NativeScript

NativeScript is a thing that allows you to develop mobile applications for Android and iOS with JavaScript compiled to kind a native code instead of executing inside WebView like in some frameworks. This means you can theoretically write once and just recompile your code for supported platforms. One more good thing is that it allows familiar things from JavaScript world

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