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The Rise of JavaScript Frameworks – Part 2: Tomorrow



JavaScript frameworks are undergoing a huge change for their V2 releases, going through the growing pains of providing a more modern platform and bridging new technologies. While the new frameworks promise improved performance and usability, there is also quite a bit of pain involved in respect to the build process and making the move to ES6.

The Rise of JavaScript Frameworks - Part 1: Today



JavaScript frameworks have moved front and center in the mainstream in the last year and a half or so. When building modern Web applications, the bar has been raised significantly by what is possible in large part due to the more accessible mainstream frameworks that are available today to build rich client and mobile Web applications. In this post I'll explore why JavaScript frameworks have become so popular so quickly and how it effects the future of Web development. This two part series addresses the current state in this post, and the new crop of V2 frameworks arriving later this year in the Part 2.

The broken Promise of the Mobile Web



The Mobile Web has come a long way to provide the abillity to create rich UI and interactive, immersive and smooth Web based mobile applications. But there are still big gaps between mobile device features and what's available to Web developers when interacting with mobile devices. In this post I cover and contrast what's wrong with mobile Web development today and where I hope we are going, going forward.
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