It’s Friday once again, another busy week completed. Here’s some interesting links from the past week for your Friday afternoon reading:
- 5 things you should stop doing with jQuery: Or you could read this and make up your own mind.
- Getting into Ember: Part 4: Covers client-side templates.
- Writing custom Yeoman app generators: If you’re looking to write an app generator.
- AngularJS: Managing feeds: If you’ve been following along with the AngularJS feed reader project, here’s the latest installment.
- SPA example using DurandalJS: A demo application using DurandalJS.
- Automating your front-end workflow with Yeoman: Learn how to use Yeoman to create a task list application.
- Edge.js: Now lets you run F#, Python and PowerShell from Node.js, in addition to C#.
- Nancy templates for Visual Studio: If you’re a .NET person and you haven’t worked with NancyFx before, I’d recommend reading this and trying it out.
- Octopus Deploy: Octopus is .NET deployment automation that can deploy directly to Windows Azure. I’ve heard from a couple people this week using it with TeamCity as part of their Windows Azure deployment process.
- My assets are no longer minified in Rails 4: HALP!: Something to be aware of if you are moving to Rails 4.
- RailsConf 2013 talks: If you weren’t able to attend RailsConf 2013, here’s videos and slides
- The story behind Exfm: How Exfm went from a native iPhone app to one built with PhoneGap.
- Peer-to-peer networking with browsers: Nifty!
- Building efficient apps and extensions with push messaging: Push notifications…for your browser. Or Chrome at least.