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Issue 55
Date:   May 24, 2017
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
Progressive Web Apps — Yeh or Meh?
Members of Progress’s Developer Relations team debate the merits of progressive web apps - do they deserve all the hype that they have been getting?
Telerik Developer Network
A Developer's Perspective on Microsoft's Build Announcements
Sam Basu shares a developer’s perspective on all of the Day 1 announcements on topics like cloud and machine learning from Microsoft’s Build conference.
Telerik Developer Network
Progress Goes to Google I/O
Burke Holland gives an overview of the big announcements at the recent Google I/O conference around machine learning, consumer products and more.
Telerik Developer Network
A Monster 'Build 2017' Recap
On this episode of the Eat Sleep Code podcast , James Chambers unpacks the highlights from Microsoft Build 2017.
Telerik Developer Network
Using XAML in Xamarin.Forms - Part 2: Accessing Static Data
Matthew Soucoup explains the benefits of binding to static data when building UI in XAML for a Xamarin mobile app and shows examples of how to implement it. Part 1 here.
Telerik Developer Network
Introducing JustAssembly: A Lightweight .NET Assembly Diff Tool
John Bristowe goes over the features and use cases for JustAssembly, a new free and open source .NET assembly diff and analysis tool.
Telerik Developer Network
Announcing Windows Template Studio
Michael Crump shows us the new open source Windows Template Studio that makes it easier to create new projects that target the Universal Windows Platform.
Telerik Developer Network
Why Do You Need NativeScript?
Some of the reasons your might consider using NativeScript for your next mobile app development project.
TJ VanToll
Around the Web
Microsoft Just Made It Easier to Create iOS and Android Apps with Windows
At Build 2017, Microsoft showed off how apps could be easily created on a Windows PC and work on iOS, Android, and Windows all through a single shared code base.
The Verge
The Problem with `npm install --global`
Eric explains the problem with global npm packages, how to tell when it is okay, and how to use locally installed packages instead.
Eric Lathrop
The Angular View: On The Web
A look at how the view is generated on the web by Angular.
Michael Solati
The .NET Core 2.0 Preview 1, Version Numbers and global.json
A look at installing .NET Core 2.0.0 Preview 1 and how to use global.json to pin an SDK version.
Andrew Lock
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