#JavaScript Weekly 20150825 – The Best New JavaScript Content of the Week

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Here is a roundup of JavaScript content from this past week ordered by their social sharing volume.  I gather the most shared JavaScript content in Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.

“A simple AngularJS – Node application in Bluemix – BlueMix Dev”
During my AngularJS-Bluemix meetup at Bangalore, many attendees requested a step-wise approach to create and run an AngularJS application on the Bluemix platform. This post documents a very simple example that can easily be adapted to get your AngularJS application up and running on a Node HTTP server in Bluemix.

Publish date: 8/19/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
390 61 126 1

“AngularJS: Index and Supercharge Your SEO | DOZ”
AngularJS is a good framework for building websites and apps because it makes them much faster and richer for users.

Publish date: 8/21/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
71 51 45 135

“Migrating a Spring Web MVC application from JSP to AngularJS”
In this article, we try to describe our experiences moving from server-side rendering view technologies like JSP, Struts and Velocity to client-side rendering view technologies using AngularJS, a popular Javascript framework for modern browsers. We will talk about some of the things to look out for when you are making this change and potential pitfalls you may encounter. If you are experienced in Spring Web MVC and JSP development and would like to find out how Spring MVC can work together with a client-side Javascript like AngularJS, this article may just be for you.

Publish date: 8/18/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
93 46 22 41

“Why Learning Javascript and CSS Won’t Make You the Best Web Designer”
Looking at the headline, you might do a double-take and exclaim, “Say what?!?” “Are you kidding?”

Publish date: 8/21/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
178 41 30 19

“A Guide to Vanilla Ajax Without jQuery”
Short for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, Ajax is a mechanism for making partial page updates. It enables you to update sections of a page with data that comes from the server, whilst avoiding the need for a full refresh. Making partial updates in this way can be effective in creating fluid user experiences and can decrease the load put on the server.

Publish date: 8/18/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
175 37 27 10

“Four excellent Javascript Frameworks for developing your own games”
Whether to carry out a childhood dream, change careers or just understand how it all works, creating a rudimentary video game is something very interesting, but also quite complicated. To help you during your first steps, I propose you to discover this little list of 4 JavaScript framework starting with my favorite. Enjoy.

Publish date: 8/19/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
69 26 41 4

“Best Free JavaScript Books”
In this post, we have gathered a vast collection of best free javascript books to learn the language fast. These books are for both who don’t know javascript at all and those who have played with javascript a bit. By reading these books and doing practices, you will come comprehended what javascript and how to program with it.

Publish date: 8/19/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
156 49 19 22

“Learn to code with JavaScript for less than $40 [DEALS]”
Embark on a career as a web development professional and save 91% with the Jam-Packed JavaScript Bundle, available for a limited time to Android Community reader. The Jam-Packed JavaScript Bundle includes 7 courses and more than 40 hours of content that can train anyone, regardless of their experience level, how to code professional looking web pages and more. The courses in this package have a combined value of $474 but, when you purchase them together in this bundle, you’ll pay
only $39 and you’ll have access to the course content for life.

Publish date: 8/21/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
34 48 3 15

“How to Create a Vorlon.js Plugin to Test Your Own JavaScript Remotely – Tuts+ Code Tutorial”
During the keynote at the recent //BUILD 2015 conference, our team at Microsoft released Vorlon.js, a tool to debug your website.

Publish date: 8/18/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
162 70 12 6

“Bootstrap and jQuery Checkbox”
A simple way to create a Bootstrap styled checkbox using jQuery. Just set the text input to be a hidden field or any other field type that fits your project needs.

Publish date: 8/22/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
13 9 0 6

“Falcor – JavaScript Library for Efficient Data Fetching”
Falcor is the innovative data platform that allows you to model all your backend data as a single Virtual JSON object on your Node server. On the client you work with your remote JSON object using familiar JavaScript operations like get, set, and call.

Publish date: 8/20/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
21 5 0 7

“Sliiide – jQuery Plugin to Create Sliding Nav Menu”
Sliiide is a jQuery plugin to create a sliding menu easily. Sliiide will help you out to create an App-style navigation menu that will slide when a hamburger icon is clicked.

Publish date: 8/20/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
4 9 0 8

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