Tag: JavaScript

SE-Radio Episode 293: Yakov Fain on Angular

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SE-Radio Episode 293: Yakov Fain on Angular

Yakov Fain talks with SE Radio’s Matthew Farwell about the Angular web development framework. The show covers the philosophy behind Angular; who would want to use the platform; how an Angular application is composed, including how to handle form submission and validation; why Typescript was chosen for Angular; how Angular uses reactive programming (RxJS, in […]

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SE-Radio Episode 261: David Heinemeier Hansson on the State of Rails, Monoliths, and More

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SE-Radio Episode 261: David Heinemeier Hansson on the State of Rails, Monoliths, and More

David Heinemeier Hansson, creator of the Ruby on Rails framework and a partner at the software development company Basecamp, talks to Stefan Tilkov about the state of Ruby on Rails and its suitability for long-term development. He addresses some of its common criticisms, such as perceived usefulness for only simple problems, claimed lack of scalability, […]

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SE-Radio Episode 248: Axel Rauschmayer on JavaScript and ECMAScript 6

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SE-Radio Episode 248: Axel Rauschmayer on JavaScript and ECMAScript 6

Johannes Thönes talks to author and speaker Axel Rauschmayer about JavaScript and ECMAScript 6. They first talk about JavaScript’s origin and history. They discuss the standardization of ECMAScript and the version history. Then, they dive into the key concept of JavaScript as a language and explain the new features coming into the language with the […]

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Episode 230: Shubhra Kar on NodeJS

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Episode 230: Shubhra Kar on NodeJS

Shubhra Kar of StrongLoop talks to Jeff Meyerson about Node.js. Node allows for server-side JavaScript. Shubra and Jeff explore why Node is so important from three standpoints: isomorphic JavaScript, the single-threaded-concurrency model, and the “API economy.” Isomorphic JavaScript apps have their own control and viewing logic, but they share the state and specification of the […]

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