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fleur

Bye, bye, Adobe. https://medium.com/@ramijames/bye-bye-adobe-3c3ba22c4ac0 Agree jn 100% with author. I am afraid that the same will happen if WebAssembly will force devs to use paid IDE in the cloud.
Today, 02:00 AM
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    rbrtsmith
    That will not happen with webAssembly it's code you will be able to write it in any IDE.
    Today, 09:12 AM
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    rbrtsmith
    And it's a compile to target so you can write your webAssembly in any language you wish - as long as it has the appropriate compiler.
    Today, 09:12 AM
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cherrydesigns

We are looking for a front-end developer do you think you have wha it takes? Send your CV & a covering letter to hello@cherry-designs.net
Yesterday, 05:30 PM
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teodora

Pandora? I like Pandora :)
Yesterday, 02:34 PM
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teodora

Problem solved.
Yesterday, 08:19 AM
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    NOCK
    :)
    Yesterday, 08:28 AM
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    citypaul
    Let's hope that's the last of him. I can't believe I felt sorry for him the first time round!
    Yesterday, 08:31 AM
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    NOCK
    Please can we ban him as soon as we get wind of it being him next time!? No more second chances! Don't worry Paul, some people don't have the natural nose for sniffing out Trolls ;)
    Yesterday, 08:50 AM
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rbrtsmith

For those of you not aware an apostrophe does not procede the 's' character in every word that ends with 's' ;)
Jul 03 2015 09:21 AM
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    teodora
    fleur, it's not you, don't worry :) Your English is great :)
    Jul 03 2015 02:12 PM
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    fleur
    Teodora, you are very kind, thank you very much!:)
    Jul 03 2015 04:55 PM
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    rbrtsmith
    This isn't directed at anybody not from the UK ;) That would make me a grade A A-hole seen as I live in Sweden and can barely speak the language!
    Jul 03 2015 08:04 PM
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    rbrtsmith
    Just need to remember that 'let' and 'const' statements are not hoisted like 'var'. No issues so long as you always declare things before you use them :)
    Jul 03 2015 08:14 AM
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    Lyndsey
    It reinforces that we should be declaring our variables in advance. It will definitely make things easier! Better a reference error than no error but an undefined variable.
    Jul 03 2015 08:21 AM
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    rbrtsmith
    ^^Yup which is what you get with var as the declaration is hoisted but not the assignment. Confusing when you consider that with a function declaration the whole function is hoised unlike a function expression, Never really got why JS hoists, there must have been a good reason but I'm not seeing it.
    Jul 03 2015 08:50 AM
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Jack

Wordpress is dead to me.
Jul 02 2015 10:26 AM
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    Jack
    Not really no.
    Jul 02 2015 02:19 PM
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    rbrtsmith
    I like it for small sites, but some of the bigger ones we've done it wasn't ideal.
    Jul 02 2015 02:23 PM
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    NOCK
    I try and avoid it like the plague!
    Jul 02 2015 02:54 PM
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NOCK

Watch out, there's a Troll about!
Jul 02 2015 08:11 AM
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    teodora
    How to Hunt Trolls in 5 Easy Steps (with pictures) :D
    Jul 02 2015 04:28 PM
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    Nillervision
    Thanks :) Good to know our troll hunter is on guard
    Jul 02 2015 07:26 PM
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fleur

Interesting article about inheritance in js with Eric Elliott's comments. Author said: "Now i don't use inheritance at all. Only object literals, if needed and switch case.". I can't understand in what case we really need to use inheritance in commercial progects and when its better to use object literals? http://aaditmshah.github.io/why-prototypal-inheritance-matters/
Jul 02 2015 01:28 AM
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    fleur
    Reading about factory functions now. Thank you for point on that!
    Jul 02 2015 12:05 PM
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    rbrtsmith
    All forms of inheritance in JavaScript is prototypal, the classical syntax mimicks that of classical languages, but under the hood it's still prototypal. Object.create is just nicer than using constructors, there really is no need to use constructors in your code. And unless memory management is of a huge prority then you don't need to use inheritance at all. Just use functions that you can call. Do some reading on functional programming.
    Jul 02 2015 08:22 PM
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    fleur
    Thank you very very much for great advice! Now it start be much more clearly! I wish i spent day for nothing, searching in internet before i ask:)
    Jul 02 2015 08:42 PM
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NOCK

No trolls to hunt today...
Jun 30 2015 11:23 AM
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    NOCK
    Haha. I see what you did there.
    Jul 01 2015 12:52 PM
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    rbrtsmith
    Think there's a certain panther that might get hunted down if he ain't careful ;)
    Jul 02 2015 06:35 AM
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    NOCK
    Haha a hav no idea What your talking abou!
    Jul 02 2015 06:36 AM
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BrowserBugs

Another toasty day ... just finished cleaning out the fans and gpu on the old girl, cool as a cucumber.
Jun 30 2015 10:09 AM
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Jack

32°C in Jersey today. I'm probably going to pass out at my desk.
Jun 30 2015 08:06 AM
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    NOCK
    1. Get air con. 2. Enjoy it!
    Jul 02 2015 08:11 AM
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Jack

We're having a minutes silence on here at 12:00 to commemorate the loss of GWFMB.
Jun 29 2015 10:33 AM
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Nillervision

New visitor? Don't be scared to join. We are not always this crazy.
Jun 28 2015 05:41 PM
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    teodora
    *Joke - WDF is great, don't be afraid.
    Jun 28 2015 07:52 PM
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    fleur
    When i was thinking about "right forums" i wanted to find calm people who have experience in javascript. Thats why after a day reseach i decided to create account here. And now i learn everyday, its so fun!
    Jun 28 2015 08:09 PM
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    robbydesigns
    It's the heat, we've all gone stir crazy :)
    Jul 01 2015 10:10 PM
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NOCK

I can feel a storm coming...
Jun 28 2015 01:57 PM