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Next.js 3 has even more fun goodies to play around with

Next.js: A minimalistic, universal framework for JavaScript web apps

Next.js wants to be the next PHP of the internet, except for JavaScript. With a minimalist approach to server-rendered apps, this highly customizable framework is simple enough for beginners to get up and go. The newest version, Next.js 3 has even more fun goodies to play around with. Dig in!

From “Hello, World” and beyond

JavaScript cheat sheet: Tips & tricks

JavaScript is one of the world’s most popular languages. In this article, Kostadin Hamanov gives us a quick overview of some of its most notable characteristics as well as some code examples for beginners and experts alike.

Brings machine learning into the browser

Google’s Deeplearn.js comes to the rescue of machine learning aficionados

Companies are racing to find programmers capable of coding for ML and deep learning but, as Googlers Nikhil Thorat and Daniel Smilkov point out, “the development of ML systems is often restricted to those with computational resources and the technical expertise to work with commonly available ML libraries.” Enter deeplearn.js, an open source JavaScript library for machine learning.

Crib notes for the unprepared

The ultimate JavaScript plugin cheat sheet

JavaScript is a powerful and dynamic language, but not everyone can remember everything all the time. Even the best need to check their references every once in a while. In this article, Sohel Ather goes back to the basics for a JavaScript cheat sheet that’s useful for beginners as well as experts. Plus, some of the best JavaScript plugins from 2017!

Interview series with Java influencers — Part 1

No swan song for Java: 11 influencers weigh in on its reputation, rivals and adoption

What’s cooking in the Java world? Plenty, actually. Java 9 is coming in September, Jigsaw has finally its approval and our Java influencers are offering us some valuable insight into the future of this programming languages. In this 3-part interview series, we shed some light on where Java is headed to and what language is a worthy opponent.