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Issue 33
   
   
Date:   June 15, 2016
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
Where The Web Is Going In 2016
Jared Faris discusses the most important new features in web standards, in particular JavaScript, that you should be watching carefully.
Telerik Developer Network
Improving the Quality of Front End Projects, Automatically
In the first part in a series, Aurelio De Rosa explores why you should automate code style and quality checks and looks at tools for testing HTML.
Telerik Developer Network
Quick Angular 2 Hosting with the Angular CLI and GitHub Pages
The steps to set up an Angular 2 application locally using the Angular CLI and then deploy it to GitHub Pages as a single page app.
TJ VanToll
Alexa, Can I Use?
Brian Rinaldi shows how he built an Alexa skill for “Can I Use?” using Node.js.
Telerik Developer Network
The .NET CLI Decoded
Sam Basu details the commands available in the new .NET command line interface (CLI) as well as how to extend it with custom commands.
Telerik Developer Network
   
   
Around the Web
In-Depth With NativeScript 2.0
An interview with Todd Anglin, VP of Product Management at Telerik.
Matt Werner
Prompt Users To Rate Your NativeScript Android and iOS App
How to add a user rating to a cross-platform app built with NativeScript.
Nic Raboy
CQRS and REST: The Perfect Match
How to model a RESTFul API using CQRS.
Jimmy Bogard
Install Xcodeproj For NativeScript iOS Development on Mac OS
Nic Raboy shows how to install the Xcodeproj tool to manage Xcode projects from Ruby, so you can do NativeScript iOS development.
The Polyglot Developer
A Peek into .NET Open Source Contributions
Some details about global contributions to Microsoft owned GitHub repositories.
Microsoft
ASP.NET Core: Getting Clean with SOAP
Using the WCF framework with .NET Core.
Shayne Boyer
   
   
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