It’s Friday once again, and boy am I glad. Stayed up too late last night coding and need a restful weekend. Hopefully you’ll be able to take some time to sit back, relax, and enjoy this weeks links.
- Real time multiplayer in HTML5: Node, Socket.IO, and HTML5.
- Turbulenz Engine goes open source: The Turbulenz HTML5 game engine is now open source (MIT license).
- Firefox OS Simulator 3.0 released: For anyone developing for the Firefox OS.
- Is this thing on? (Part 1): How your web application can detect whether it is offline or on
- How to test an API with Node.js: You are testing your code aren’t you?
- Application frameworks now part of the Windows Azure Web Sites Gallery: A quick walkthrough of setting up a new site that uses Django.
- Rails 4.0 release candidate 1 released: For those cutting-edge Rails applications.
- Typescript 0.9 early preview: Early previews of the upcoming 0.9 release. So would this be an alpha of a beta?
- WebMatrix 3: The latest version of the WebMatrix website development application. Now with Git and TFS support.
- Logic in templates: Or “Why it’s bad”.
- CDNs fail, but your scripts don’t have to – Fallback from CDN to local jQuery: Why it’s important and how to accomplish it.
- Author In ES6, transpile to ES5 as a build-step: A workflow for Grunt: Try out ES6 features, then use Traceur to transpile the code back to ES5.
- Easily index your single page application thanks to PhantomJS: There’s a few hoops to jump through, but this should help you get your SPA working with Google search.
- How do you estimate on an Agile project?: Agile can be a chaotic thing. This is a good read if you work on an agile project.