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Issue 20
Date:   November 25, 2015
Telerik Developer Digest
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
Spying on James Bond with Node.js
Brian Rinaldi explores the nefarious possibilities for using Knwl.js, a JavaScript library for parsing text for dates, times, places, phone numbers and more.
Telerik Developer Network
Fighting Against Bloated Software
Sam Basu explores alternatives to some of the most bloated software that developers use daily including Visual Studio, SQL Server Management Studio & XCode.
Telerik Developer Network
Building Hybrid Mobile Apps with PhoneGap & Kendo UI (Session Recording)
In this session from Anglebrackets, Todd Anglin discusses the pros and cons of hybrid app development and how to determine if it’s right for your mobile project.
Telerik Developer Network
Podcast: We Discuss ReactJS
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guest Cory House talks about the pros and cons of ReactJS and how different React is from other front-end frameworks.
Telerik Developer Network
Creating Node.js Command Line Utilities to Improve Your Workflow
Brian Rinaldi demonstrates how to use the Vorpal module in Node.js to create custom and complex command line applications using JavaScript.
Telerik Developer Network
Around the Web
Visual Studio now supports debugging Linux apps; Code editor now open source
Microsoft released a preview of a Visual Studio extension that allows debugging of apps running on Linux servers or IoT devices from the comfort of Visual Studio.
Ars Technica
Announcing Visual Studio Code Beta
At the Connect() 2015 event in New York, Microsoft announced the release of Visual Studio Code Beta.
The best way to develop and run NativeScript projects in an emulator
The pros and cons of various methods for running NativeScript applications in an emulator.
Dan Wilson
Announcing ASP.NET 5 Release Candidate 1
Microsoft announced the availability of runtime and tooling for the RC1 release of ASP.NET 5.
What Web Can Do Today
An interactive overview of mobile device integration APIs available on the web, where they work and how to use them.
What Web Can Do Today
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