Monthly JSter #15: News of January 2014

So we managed to beat January. Good riddance! As usual it was a busy month for JS peeps. A lot of new libraries came out and a good deal of excellent content became available.

I won’t stall you any longer. Dig in!

Libraries

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Articles

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Debugging

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Tutorials

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Socket.io

Performance

WebGL

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Games

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Node.js

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Guides

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Tools

Conclusion

Where’s the }); key on this keyboard?