In this blog post, I explain that not all of the constructors’ flaws are real. But even with those that are real, I still recommend to use them. I’ll tell you why and what the future holds for constructors.
Today, there was an online event called “Hello Polymer”, in which Polymer team members Eric Bidelman, Alex Komoroske and Matthew McNulty talked about the framework. This blog post summarizes what happened.
Quick reminder: trailing commas in object literals are legal in ECMAScript 5, trailing commas in arrays are ignored.
These days, social media (Twitter, Facebook, Google+ etc.) seem much more popular than feeds (RSS, Atom). Google claims about the latter that their “usage has declined”. That begs the question: have social media made feeds irrelevant? This blog post answers that question with a firm “no” and explains why.