There is a lot of good information on the web for most JS frameworks, but I've had a difficult time trying finding good examples that detail how-to-do-this-or-that while following the best practices.
When AngularJS came along, the web started to make a lot more sense. Although I'm still a fan of Dojo, AngularJS-style frameworks are the future, and it makes a better fit for what is taught in traditional Computer Engineering/Software programs. Everything else just feels like a hack.
The Goal of This Blog
I'm definitely not an expert in the web and the various technologies it is composed of. But I'm also no stranger to software engineering, and I've always felt the need to seek out the best practices of doing things in order to build stronger, robust, well-architected, and maintainable software/services.
I'll mainly post things as I stumble along, but if there are suggestions on how code snippets can be improved, please comment and I will try to keep posts up-to-date as new best practices emerge.
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