How to keep up with the Javascript Landscape Trends

July 28, 2014, Oren Farhi

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Often, friends ask me how I keep up with all the news and trends in the javascript world. They wonder about the extensive knowledge, answers and information I have about web development today, and specifically – front end web development.
Well, It’s not a secret – there is a certain path you can follow along and be point of reference by yourself. You just need to embrace this certain path.
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Decluttering Your Web Application Using angular.js & grunt.js – Part 1

May 20, 2014, Oren Farhi

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Developing a well structured application wasn’t so straight forward for me when I started. Sure, using Backbone.js, angular.js, require.js contributed some benefits. Overtime, I stepped into automation with grunt.js. I discovered the true beauty in structuring and organising any code base to be modular enough – so both development & production will fit to my coding lifestyle.

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Decluttering your Gruntfile.js (organizing grunt)

March 11, 2014, Oren Farhi

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Grunt.js is a great javascript task runner. It helps you to be more productive and automate various tasks for development, testing and production.

Once you get how it works, Grunt is quite easy, and like myself, you start to look for new modules to automate any task in the project you’re working on. In this post I want to share how I organize my Gruntfile and its grunt configuration so it can be more maintainable. (level: intermediate)

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