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Issue 2
   
   
Date:   March 18, 2015
Telerik Developer Digest
   
   
Welcome
Welcome to a collection of the best articles from the Telerik Developer Network and around the web, curated by a group of developers at Telerik who are just like yourself.
   
   
From the Telerik Developer Network
Getting Started with Jekyll
Brian Rinaldi walks through building and deploying a static web site using the Jekyll static site generator and Liquid templating.
Telerik Developer Network
Adding Audio to Web Apps
A look at some ideas for incorporating simple audio-enhanced UI interactions to a Web application.
Telerik Developer Network
Sins and Virtues of the Remote Worker
Sam Basu shares his personal tips and tricks for remote workers to scale for increased productivity.
Telerik Developer Network
Build Your First Google Wear App
Michael Crump walks through the steps of building and deploying a simple, example Google Wear app that includes voice recognition.
Telerik Developer Network
Kendo UI Q1 2015 has landed
In addition to its existing great features, we are introducing responsive improvements across the board, helping you build responsive apps for the mobile web with minimal to no effort.
Telerik Blog
   
   
Around the Web
The Modern JavaScript Developer's Toolbox
The first in a series by David Haney covers a brief history of JavaScript and popular tools, frameworks and IDEs.
InfoQ
Getting Started with TypeScript
Basem Emara gives an overview of interfaces and classes in TypeScript and how to use them.
Falafel Software
Google introduces app-approval process for Android developers
All apps will now go through a manual approval process before they will appear on the Play Store to check for violations or malware.
Mashable
.NET Design Patterns – A Fresh Look
A new look at some existing design patterns and how you can use them in the real world from Raj Aththanayake.
DotNetCurry
What are Web Components and why are they important?
An overview of the WebComponent standard and which browsers currently support Web Components.
Leon Revill
Creating Icons for the Apple Watch
A a new template specifically for creating icons for the Apple Watch.
Michael Flarup
A Preview of Angular 2 and TypeScript in Visual Studio
A look at the Visual Studio support for both Angular 2 and the new TypeScript features it uses.
MSDN
Using the HTML5 History API
The HTML5 History API gives developers the ability to modify a website’s URL without any full page refreshes required (so it’s commonly used in single page JavaScript apps, for example).
Robin Rendle
   
   
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