This last post in the series of 3 will curate 5 interesting resources on front-end development you should check out if you’d like to know more on the field.


The JavaScript World Domination

This post details the history of Javascript from something that would animate web pages to becoming the dominant programming language.  It alludes to where Javascript might be going and talks about many unexpected use cases of the language.  It does a good job at staying high level and is approachable for non-technical audience.

The Hitchhikers Guide to modern Javascript Tooling

This post gives a simple summary of different Javascript tools in use including test tools, build tools, and transpilers.

A Baseline for Front-End [JS] Developers: 2015

This post details what front-end developers need to know how to work with in 2015.  It gives recommended readings on things like ES6, testing, modules, and package managers.

Introduction to Angular.js in 50 Examples

This video demos 50 simple Angular examples (with some comparison to Ember and Backbone).  Watching it will quickly give someone a sense for what Angular can do.

React.js Introduction For People Who Know Just Enough jQuery To Get By

This long blog post explains React.Js concepts for someone with very little coding experience.

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Kyle Pennell

Kyle is the community/content manager at DevelopIntelligence. He spends his time reading, coding, biking, and exploring live music in Oakland. He enjoys trying to make technical concepts more approachable and likes tinkering with music and mapping APIs.