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Chasen Le Hara

Can’d Goodies: JavaScript Query String Encoding and Decoding

posted in Open Source, Development, CanJS, Can’d Goodies on March 31, 2017 by Chasen Le Hara

CanJS has everything you need to build a web app’s front-end: components, templating, models, and more. We also publish all of the modules that provide the infrastructure for the higher-level APIs, including a utility library called can-util.
Chasen Le Hara

New CanJS Recipe: Weather Report Guide

posted in Open Source, Training, Development, CanJS on March 24, 2017 by Chasen Le Hara

The new Recipes section on CanJS.com now has a new guide: Weather Report!
Chasen Le Hara

New on CanJS.com: Recipes!

posted in Open Source, Training, Development, CanJS on March 16, 2017 by Chasen Le Hara

We’ve added a new Recipes section to CanJS.com with example widgets that are useful starting points for learning more about CanJS.The first set of recipes is a file system navigator that Justin Meyer presented at DoneJS Chicago last month.
Chasen Le Hara

February 2017 DoneJS Community Update

posted in Open Source, CanJS, StealJS on March 3, 2017 by Chasen Le Hara

Lots of notable releases, community projects, and technical content were released in the DoneJS community last month! This post outlines some of the highlights from February 2017.
Chasen Le Hara

We ❤️ Open Source Contributors

posted in Open Source on February 24, 2017 by Chasen Le Hara

We at Bitovi love open source. We build powerful tools and open source them to support the community. We dedicate full-time resources to developing open source projects that help anyone build usable, performant, and maintainable web applications…
Chasen Le Hara

January 2017 DoneJS Community Update

posted in Open Source, CanJS, StealJS on February 3, 2017 by Chasen Le Hara

Lots of notable releases, community projects, and technical content were released in the DoneJS community last month! This post outlines some of the highlights from January 2017.
Manuel Mujica

How To Conditionally Load Modules with StealJS

posted in Open Source, Development, StealJS on January 24, 2017 by Manuel Mujica

StealJS makes it easy to bundle all of your JavaScript modules into highly efficient production builds, but sometimes you don’t want to bundle everything together. There are times when a module only needs to be loaded when certain conditions are met; it might be a polyfill for a browser without support for a new API or a translation file based on the user’s preferred language.
Chasen Le Hara

How to Upgrade to StealJS 1

posted in Open Source, Development, StealJS on January 20, 2017 by Chasen Le Hara

StealJS 1 has been released! It’s a major new version with some breaking changes, but our migration guide has everything you need to upgrade your app or plugin today.
Chasen Le Hara

December 2016 DoneJS Community Update

posted in Open Source on January 5, 2017 by Chasen Le Hara

Lots of notable releases, community projects, and technical content were released in the DoneJS community last month! This post outlines some of the highlights from December 2016.
Matthew Phillips

StealJS 1.0 Release

posted in Open Source, StealJS on December 28, 2016 by Matthew Phillips

StealJS 1.0 is here and represents an important milestone along its mission. This article reiterates that important mission, goes over a few of 1.0's most useful features, explains how to upgrade for 0.16 users, and looks ahead to what's coming on StealJS's roadmap. StealJS's mission is to make it cheap and easy to do the right thing. Doing the right thing, when building for the web, includes things such as writing tests and breaking your applications into smaller mini-applications (modlets) that can be composed together.