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JavaScript Frameworks Don't Matter - The Real Reasons Why Projects Fail

In this article, we'll discuss the results of Bitovi's checklist experiment and what key lessons we learned about making projects successful.

Creating A JavaScript Project Checklist

This article provides a simple JavaScript project checklist that you can use in your own projects.

Why You Need a JavaScript Project Checklist

Last November, Justin gave a talk at DotJS all about JavaScript Project Checklists.

Getting Started with Cordova in 15 Minutes or Less

This article will provide a quick guide to getting up and running with Cordova.

Modlet Workflows

One of Bitovi's earliest, and most important, development strategies was the introduction of the "modlet" workflow. It's a very simple concept - every module should be developed as its own...

Hot module replacement comes to StealJS

StealJS 0.10.0 just landed with a new feature that could change the way you develop: live-reload. Live-reload is an extension for Steal that speeds up development by eliminating the need to ever...

Free Weekly Online JavaScript Training!

Bitovi is providing a public 45 minute JavaScript training every week. The trainings are for intermediate to advanced JavaScript developers looking to take their frontend skills to the next level.

Using CanJS 2.2 with StealJS and NPM

CanJS has always been fully modular and can be used with different module formats like AMD or CommonJS and installed via Bower or NPM or the direct download. When using a module loader - unlike many...

Set Algebra with can-set

Tonight, I published can-set, a utility extracted from CanJS's can.Object and greatly improved for this release. This article talks about what can-set provides, but more importantly, talks about the...

CanJS 2.2 Release

Today, I'm happy to announce the release of CanJS 2.2. Here's the 2.2.4 download, its npm page, and the changelog. This release includes just under 500 commits, a bunch of bug fixes, build...