Working with Gulp.js

Tl;dr — Gulp.js is a task runner and/or build system. This overview will give you an idea of how to use it to automate and enhance your workflow.

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JavaScript Tutorial for Pebble Time Smartwatch: PebbleJS

During this tutorial, I will explain some of the basics to start programming with PebbleJS. I will use images to illustrate the concepts we will find step-by-step. Advance documentation can be found on the Pebble site.

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Using the WebAudio JavaScript API (Tutorial)

Note: Please note that the examples on this post may not use the best JavaScript coding practices, such as save variables on the global context. It is done this way for easy understanding, and the writer recommends to encapsulate most of the examples using OO approach.

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We're Hiring! Front End Lead Based in Stockholm

We are looking for a front end expert to take on the role of lead front end developer for the loadimpact.com site and application, being a part of our upcoming redesign of the whole site, service and user flow.

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Test Driven Development and CI using JavaScript [Part II]

This is the second half of a two part article on Test Driven Development and Continuous Integration (CI) using JavaScript. Part I covers different types of testing and approaches to Test Driven Development (TDD).

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Test Driven Development and CI using JavaScript [Part I]

In this tutorial, we will learn how to apply TDD (Test-Driven Development) using JavaScript code. This is the first part of a set of tutorials that includes TDD and CI (Continuous Integration) using JavaScript as the main language.

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Node.js vs PHP - using Load Impact performance testing to visualize node.js efficiency

It could be said that Node.js is the new darling of web server technology. LinkedIn has had very good results with it and there are places on the Internet that will tell you it can cure cancer.

In the mean time, the old work horse language of the Internet, PHP, gets a steady stream of criticism. and among the 14k Google hits for "PHP sucks" (exact term), people will say the most funny terrible things about the language while some of the critique is actually quite well balanced. Node.js introduces at least two new things (for a broader audience).

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