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Composer's NPM moment

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Earlier this year a package was removed from the JavaScript packaging manager NPM repositories. The removal of a single (now famous left-pad) package caused mischief to a lot of developers that were relying on the package directly or indirectly.

Written by Jorgé on Tuesday May 31, 2016

Looking for a Node.js CMS for an Enterprise?

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The Node.js server side environment for running JavaScript has taken the web development world by storm. It is used by millions of developers for creating web applications. The most common use for web development is still publishing information, using a WCMS (Web Content Management System).

Written by Jorgé on Sunday May 29, 2016

Security issue in WordPress REST API

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The WordPress security team today announced known vulnerabilities in the WordPress REST plugins that expose user data to unauthenticated users.

Written by Jorgé on Wednesday May 25, 2016

JSON schema Powered React.js forms

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React is a popular front end technology, originally started as a mere view layer but it has since grown into a whole ecosystem covering many aspects of web application development. One of the most painful points of web development continues to be forms

Written by Jorgé on Sunday May 22, 2016

JavaScript back to basics: You might not need React or Angular 2

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JavaScript has grown into a mighty force in web development. It has grown from being to add some interaction to driving complex applications on web sites and directly in web applications as well as in operating systems with even development tools such as Atom and Visual Studio Code being built with it.

Written by Jorgé on Sunday May 1, 2016

JavaScript itself is Conservative

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Sometimes it seems like the most advanced technologies are the ones that continuously evolve and break backwards compatibility.

JavaScript has for the last years been in this constant state of improvement, where every week applications break down if you update dependencies to the latest versions.

Written by Jorgé on Sunday April 24, 2016