TUI Calendar example

TUI Calendar: An Attractive, Full Featured Calendar Control — From the creators of TUI Chart comes TUI Calendar, a highly customizable JavaScript calendar widget that supports numerous view types (weekly, monthly, etc.), dragging and resizing of schedule items, and is basically like your own Google Calendar in a box. MIT licensed too.

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Node 10 Released: Node Weekly's Feature Roundup — Our sister newsletter Node Weekly featured this week’s Node 10 release in full, including a bulletpoint rundown of new features with useful links. In short: v8 6.6, N-API goes mainstream, OpenSSL 1.1, native async iteration, new regex features..

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Cheat Sheet: Functional Programming with JavaScript — JavaScript developers, here’s a handy resource for your reference stack. This cheat sheet structures some of the language features most commonly used by JavaScript developers interested in writing functional style code. Check it out.

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Give Parcel a Try, You May Like It — Parcel suits many straightforward situations really well with minimal fuss, but webpack is more flexible with a vast ecosystem.

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▶  Iterators in JavaScript — New FunFunFunction video about iterators in JavaScript, or how to iterate over anything with the for-of loop.

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Build your own webpack configs with this tool

jQuery's 'data' Method Goes Haywire for the Name 'Infinity' — This is one of those “oh, weird!” items. Basically jQuery’s data method can see the string ‘Infinity’ and convert it to a number. Even more intriguingly, Paul Irish stepped in to take the blame 🙂 We love you Paul!

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