javascript

You may not be a techie at heart, but modern technology makes it vital to stay abreast of current trends. In this high speed, technology driven universe, what you don't know will hurt you and you must race to keep up.
Yesterday at 2:35 PST, one developer clicked one button on a site that broke the codebase of some of the hottest startups in the country.
Google will do anything it can to get apps on its store, but let's face it, Apple has the better apps. Because Apple has the better apps, they want to choke off Android while trying to incentivize more devs to make apps for them, so they have a client stack that is as different from Google's as possible to make it hard for devs to switch over.
Coding is a language, say proponents.
Millions of students have visited the Study Notes website to find reviewers for their AP exams, answer practice questions and go through college essays that were written by students who have made it to their dream schools.
Over the past few years, Node.js has grown to be widely popular for developing web applications. The primary reason for this is that it enables front-end developers to write server-side code using JavaScript.
Obama became the first president in U.S. history to write a line of code Monday.
Not everyone will feel the need to protect his code. But if you are doing serious things with JavaScript, have a look at JScrambler.