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2013 Recap

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2013 Recap

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2013 Recap

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This year we saw Node 0.10 released, Bootstrap 3, and jQuery 2.0. People are getting increasingly excited about WebGL gaming, and client-side frameworks like AngularJS and Backbone.js are maturing and growing in popularity.

The highlight of 2013 for me was speaking at the Great British Node Conference. I'd been researching Node's internals for the book I'm working on, so it felt like all that work culminated in a talk that got people thinking more about Node's JavaScript and C++.

Over the next year I expect ECMAScript 6 to become more widely used. If you want to keep track of this standard, I find @esdiscuss to be the most digestible way to keep track of things.

Griswold

Happy holidays to everyone who reads DailyJS, and I look forward to writing more over the next year!