To type or not to type: quantifying detectable bugs in JavaScript | the morning paper Very interesting scientific analysis of using Flow/TypeScript annotations to autodetect 15% of bugs in JavaScript  To type or not to type: quantifying detectable bugs in JavaScript Gao et al., ICSE 2017 Is it worth the extra effort to add static type annotations to a JavaScript project? Should I use Facebook’s Flow or Microsoft’s TypeScript if so?

Reverse Engineering One Line of JavaScript This article analyses one line of JavaScript that renders an interesting moving image. You can see it in your browser here. This script was created by author of where you can find this and many other cool demos. The article writer found it was fun trying to understand the code.

No coding required: Node-RED on a Raspberry Pi | Node-RED is an easy-to-use programming tool that can be used for handling IoT signals. This article shows that Node-RED can also be used to quickly integrate and test hardware devices. As you can see from this tutorial, connecting and testing a cellular mode with Raspberry Pi using Node-RED required no coding at all. For more information about

A 10-step guide to creating an email client with Webix framework Free Webix framework is a JavaScript and HTML5 framework for developing cross-platform, data-rich web applications with responsive user interfaces. The library is fast, lightweight, and easy to learn. Integration with AngularJS, Vue.js, and jQuery may be pretty handy. Based on this article Webix looks interesting.

How to build an IoT project with Mongoose OS | This Mangoose OS looks interesting. The features it provides, including: An installation time of one minute Support for both C and JavaScript as development languages. The use of JavaScript allows for very fast prototyping, so projects like IoT button can be implemented literally in two minutes A simple networking interface that allows you to control devices