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Why use JavaScript/ECMAScript 2015 Maps and Sets if possible

Before ECMAScript 2015 maps and sets have been emulated in JavaScript by instantiation a new empty object and adding properties. The property name acts as the key and the property value represents the value. 437 more words


SVG - Scalable Vector Graphics

What is SVG?

SVG is Scalable Vector Graphics. SVG is a XML based format to represent vector based graphics. It is used to draw two dimensional vector images, which support animation. 81 more words

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Current (social enterprise) reading...

It’s been a while since the last post, so I thought I’d cheat a bit and do an update with some links that I hope are of interest (I now use… 398 more words

Social Enterprise

Bower Power

What is Bower?

A web site is made of lots of things — frameworks, libraries, assets, and utilities. But keeping track of all these libraries and making sure they’re up-to-date can be tricky. 171 more words

Web Tech

Is Your Computer Making You Sick?

We are living in a technology-obsessed society. Even those who argue they aren’t obsessed, I bet they won’t deny they need their gadgets. These days, phones and tablets are doubling as computers as everyone is on the go, trying to get their fill of information and entertainment. 496 more words


r/Showerthoughts takes on the 'Important' Questions about Apartment Living

The solace of the shower is one of the few moments in life when our attention is not trained on a smart device. Without the pixelized stimulation we’re accustomed to, our brains tend to turn to life’s great questions for entertainment and nothing illustrates this better than  119 more words


5 Reasons You Should Check Out 'Mystery Show'

I’d like to know the statistic for how many new podcasts are started daily. I’m willing to bet it’s at least double digits. Anyone with a voice and a microphone can create a podcast these days, which is lovely in the sense that you can literally find anything you’re looking for…but it makes it hard to sift through to find the things really worth listening to. 469 more words