A 5 posts collection

Node.js & Recursion

Recursion is one of the initial courses we take in every CS university, with the most used example being the Fibonacci sequence: This works great in most of the languages we've been taught, but with asynchronous environments such as Node.js, things… »

The road to Client Side Javascript

Client Side JS frameworks have come a long way. Since the rise of Backbone.js back at 2010, the way we write Javascript and everything about it has changed. A lot of frameworks have born, almost one for every need. But what does a Client Side JS… »

Immutable Objects with Javascript

There is no way, by default, to ensure that your Javascript Object you passed into a function will stay as is nevertheless. And that creates a problem and a lot of side effects. To avoid this common pitfall we create immutable objects, those that no… »

References from my Javascript 101

A week ago Thanasis asked me to make a Javascript 101 for the SKG Node.js monthly meetup. The trap? I had to present it a week after. :/ At first, it looked not such an easy task, since I hadn't have any slides or anything ready for it. Fuck it… »

Hands on React.js

I haven't really gotten into React.js yet, even though I have heard about it about a year ago. It was this video, about react-native and how you can build native iOS apps with Javascript, that really got me thinking. So, I started searching around… »

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