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Issue 3
Date:   April 1, 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
Apple Watch and the Cross-Platform Crisis
Burke Holland explains how wearables fit into the hybrid and 'JavaScript for mobile development' ecosystem now and in the near future.
Telerik Developer Network
Building Your Own NativeScript Modules for npm
TJ VanToll shares how to create modules for NativeScript to implement native mobile platform APIs as well as some best practices for creating and sharing them.
Telerik Developer Network
What is a Hybrid Mobile App?
John Bristowe discusses the current state of hybrid mobile application development, including the pros and cons of choosing hybrid.
Telerik Developer Network
The Rise of TypeScript?
TJ VanToll on the importance of the TypeScript + AngularJS announcement and why TypeScript may finally break through to the mainstream as a compile to JavaScript solution.
Telerik Developer Network
A Succinct Look at Windows 10 Tools for Developers
Michael Crump covers the recent announcements and pre-release software updates and how they impact developers on Microsoft’s platform.
Telerik Developer Network
Kendo UI for the ASP.NET MVC Developer
Sam Basu explains that you don’t have to choose between a JavaScript UI and the comforts of server-side ASP.NET development by using UI for ASP.NET MVC.
Telerik Developer Network
Building a Schedule with Umbraco
Ed Charbeneau walks through the steps to build a scheduler UI within an Umbraco CMS site using .NET and Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC.
Telerik Developer Network
Around the Web
A Baseline for Front-End JavaScript Developers in 2015
A few areas in which the modern JavaScript-using front-end developer should be knowledgeable.
Rebecca Murphey
A Quick Tour of Project Spartan
Spartan is hoping to combine the benefits of IE — lightweight, resource friendly, deep OS integration, etc. — with the benefits of competing browsers like Chrome that are more focused on the modern web and are easily extensible.
Paul Thurrott
The best interface is no interface: why we don't always need 'An App for That'
This is an excerpt from a book with an important message that our obsession of solving everything with an app can often make the problem worse. Something to consider before creating your next hybrid app.
The Verge
Thanks ECMAScript,You've Ruined Us All
A funny (but educational) take on ES6 says that it will help bring speed up humanity's enslavement by robots.
James Kyle
The .NET Voyage into Open Source
A look at the overall open source strategy for .NET
Channel 9
Git from the inside out
An detailed look at the graph structure used within Git and how it affects Git’s behavior.
Mary Rose Cook
HTML-GL: Get As Many FPS As You Need by Rendering HTML/CSS in WebGL
Aims to solve the ‘slow DOM problem’ by rendering normal page elements to WebGL instead. An interesting idea but not production ready.
Denis Radin
Introducing React Native: A Complete Tutorial
A complete and well written walkthrough of building a simple iOS app using React Native which was open sourced last week.
Colin Eberhardt
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