Must-Have List For JavaScript Developers

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ECMAScript 6

ECMAScript 6, also known as ECMAScript 2015, is the latest version of the ECMAScript standard. ES6 is a significant update to the language, and the first update to the language since ES5 was standardized in 2009.

  1. Overview of ECMAScript 6 features (GitHub)

2. Digging Into the Modern JavaScript (dzone.com)

Videos

It is better to see once than hear a hundred times.

  1. JavaScript Video Tutorial (Derek Banas, YouTube)

2. JavaScript Fundamentals, JavaScript Tutorial For Beginners, JavaScript is Weird…and AWESOME, Modular Javascript (LearnCode.academy, YouTube)

3. Javascript Tutorial For Beginners (ProgrammingKnowledge, YouTube)

Online Tools

Useful online tools for JavaScript developers.

  1. Babel -The compiler for writing next generation JavaScript (babeljs.io/repl/)
  2. JSLint (jslint.com)
  3. JSCompress (jscompress.com)
  4. RegExr: Learn, Build, & Test RegEx (regexr.com)
  5. Javascript Cheat Sheet (overapi.com/javascript)
  6. JS NICE (jsnice.org)

Posts

Good posts from good blogs.

  1. Useful JavaScript Tips, Tricks and Best Practices (ModernWeb)

2. 20 Free JavaScript Game Engines for Developers (Code Geekz)

3. Partial Application in JavaScript (Ben Alman)

4. Understanding “Prototypes” in JavaScript (Yehuda Katz)

5. Understanding JavaScript OOP (Quils in Space)

Blogs

Good blogs for JavaScript Developers.

  1. David Walsh Blog (davidwalsh.name)

2. Mozilla Hacks (hacks.mozilla.org)

3. Echo JS (echojs.com)

4. JavaScript Weekly (javascriptweekly.com)

5. JavaScript — SitePoint (sitepoint.com/javascript/)

6. DailyJS (dailyjs.com)

7. Tutorialzine (tutorialzine.com/?s=javascript)

Additional

Another helpful sources.

1. Use JSDoc (usejsdoc.org)

2. JS: The Right Way (jstherightway.org)

3. JSbooks — free javascript books (jsbooks.revolunet.com)

4. Podcast episodes — Javascript Jabber (Devchat.tv)

5. 5 Minutes of Javascript (fivejs.codeschool.com)

6. JavaScript For Cats (jsforcats.com)

7. Interactive JavaScript tutorial (learn-js.org)

Follow these people

They write about useful things.

1. Addy Osmani (twitter.com/addyosmani)

2. angus (twitter.com/angustweets)

3. Axel Rauschmayer (twitter.com/rauschma)

4. Ben Alman (twitter.com/cowboy)

5. Cody Lindley (twitter.com/codylindley)

6. Elijah Manor (twitter.com/elijahmanor)

7. Paul Irish (twitter.com/paul_irish)

8. Kyle Simpson (twitter.com/getify)

Helpful Repositories

It may be useful in developing your applications.

1. github.com/javve/list.js — The perfect library for adding search, sort, filters and flexibility to tables, lists and various HTML elements. Built to be invisible and work on existing HTML.

2. github.com/alvarotrigo/fullPage.js — Create full screen pages fast and simple.

3. github.com/MrSwitch/hello.js — A Javascript RESTFUL API library for connecting with OAuth2 services, such as Google+ API, Facebook Graph and Windows Live Connect.

4. github.com/moment/moment — Parse, validate, manipulate, and display dates in JavaScript.

5. github.com/arasatasaygin/is.js — Micro check library.

6. github.com/jaredreich/notie.js — A clean and simple notification plugin (alert/growl style) for JavaScript, with no dependencies.

7. github.com/getify/You-Dont-Know-JS — A book series on JavaScript.

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You also can follow me on Twitter (twitter.com/BohdanVorona) and on Medium (Bohdan Vorona) because very often I write about JavaScript.

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