#JavaScript Weekly 20150915 – 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 manually gather the most shared JavaScript content in Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.

“Data Structures With JavaScript: Stack and Queue – Tuts+ Code Article”
Two of the most commonly used data structures in web development are stacks and queues. Many users of the Internet, including web developers, are unaware of this amazing fact. If you are one of these developers, then prepare yourself for two enlightening examples: the ‘undo’ operation of a text editor uses a stack to organize data; the event-loop of a web browser, which handles events (clicks, hoovers, etc.), uses a queue to process data.

Publish date: 9/10/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
227 349 40 25

“Learn it Faster: The Entire JavaScript Language in a Single Image”
A developer named Yusheng has created an amazing infographic that shows the entire JavaScript language syntax into one single image. Take a look and save it for a quick reminder.

Publish date: 9/9/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
120 4740 38 31

“Promises in JavaScript Unit Tests: the Definitive Guide”
Promises are becoming a common part of the JavaScript code. The native Promise object is already supported by all the major browsers including Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.

Publish date: 9/9/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
288 36 39 16

“What to look forward to in jQuery 3.0”
The alpha release has been around for a while but what will we actually see in jQuery 3.0?

Publish date: 9/10/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
110 444 29 13

“Tracking.js & the computer vision power of JavaScript”
There are various frameworks, methodologies and standards for building websites and web applications. No matter which ones you’re following, you will always somehow end up in the browser and therefore with JavaScript.

Publish date: 9/10/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
108 331 29 5

“Chocolat.js – jQuery Responsive Lightbox Plugin”
Chocolat.js enables you to display one or several images staying on the same page. The choice is left to the user to group together a series of pictures as a link, or let them appear as thumbnails. The viewer may appears full-page or in a block. Chocolat comes with an API and multiples CSS classes which make it very handy to use for advanced users, and very easy to use for newbies. Chocolat works well with all major browser. It has been tested on : IE7+, firefox, chrome, opera, safari.

Publish date: 9/9/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
57 26 11 5

“jQuery DrawSVG”
jQuery DrawSVG is lightweight, simple to use jQuery plugin to animate SVG paths.

Publish date: 9/11/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
7 6 0 7

“Protip – New Generation jQuery Tooltip Plugin”
Protip is a new generation jQuery tooltip plugin for any situation.

Publish date: 9/10/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
6 5 0 6

“Quick performance tip: JavaScript Objects and the Memory heap”
Hello! I am well overdue to post here so I thought I would write this to address an issue that keeps coming up for people getting starte
d in creative coding with JavaScript.

Publish date: 9/9/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
49 7 3 0

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