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Issue 14
   
   
Date:   September 2, 2015
Telerik Developer Digest
   
   
Welcome
Welcome to the latest collection of the best articles from the Telerik Developer Network and around the web, curated by a group of Telerik developers just like you.
   
   
From the Telerik Developer Network
All About AngularJS
On this episode of the Eat Sleep Code podcast, guest Jeremy Likness talks about why he uses AngularJS. We clear the air about Angular 2 and more.
Telerik Developer Network
Developing ASP.NET 5 Web Apps with Visual Studio Code
Lohith G N shows how ASP.NET developers can use a free, lightweight tools including Visual Studio Code to develop cross-platform (Windows, OS X, Linux) apps.
Telerik Developer Network
Email Automation Simplified
Sam Basu steps through how to create email templates and supply data to automate sending emails to users via Telerik’s Backend Services cloud-based solution.
Telerik Developer Network
Microsoft Hates Enterprise Developers?
Ed Charbeneau discusses how the recent changes to .NET have impacted enterprise developers and caused them to become fearful about their future.
Telerik Developer Network
Taking Control of Configuration in MVC6
ASP.NET MVC6 completely changes how application configuration is handled and Ed Charbeneau explains what’s changed and how it offers improved flexibility.
Telerik Developer Network
   
   
Around the Web
Bootstrap 4 Alpha Released
After a year of development, the first alpha release of Bootstrap 4 is out. Want to know what’s new? There’s an extensive What’s New post here.
Bootstrap
What Happened to Web Components?
While much of the initial excitement over Web Components has died down, the technology is still very much alive. This post summarizes the story so far.
Dr.​ Axel Rauschmayer
Getting Started with Angular 2 using TypeScript
How to use Angular 2 and TypeScript to build a simple application.
SitePoint
How to Write Compelling Push Notifications
A guide to using push notifications effectively (and avoid being annoying).
Logan Merrick
Why I want Swift to be your first language
Looking at why Swift would make a good language for students in an Intro to Computer Science course also gives a good sense of the benefits of learning the language for experienced coders.
Aaron Block
   
   
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