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Issue 6
Date:   May 13, 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
NativeScript 1.0.0 Released
NativeScript is an open source, cross-platform (iOS, Android, Windows Phone) ‘truly native’ mobile app creation framework built by Telerik.
Telerik Developer Network
The Future of Technology - Today!
Sam Basu explores some cutting edge devices and apps like the new MacBook, Microsoft's HoloLens, Periscope, Smart Rope and the modular Google phone.
Telerik Developer Network
TelerikNEXT 2015 Recap
Brian Rinaldi looks back at some of the highlights of Telerik’s inaugural US event.
Telerik Developer Network
Xamarin Studio Cheat Sheet - Free PDF Download
A free printable cheat sheet for keyboard shortcut mappings in Xamarin Studio.
Telerik Developer Network
Wakanda + Kendo UI Core = WaKendo Widgets for the Masses
Jen Looper interviews Ricardo Mello of Wakanda about their integration with Kendo UI Core.
Telerik Developer Network
The Epic, Awesome & Supremely Useful Data Attribute
Raymond Camden explores HTML data attributes, what they are useful for, how to use them and the browser compatibility.
Telerik Developer Network
Around the Web
node: Enable Node.js to use Chakra as its JavaScript engine.
Microsoft released a Node fork using the Chakra JavaScript engine on Windows 10, allowing it to run on Windows on ARM.
There Is No Fold
The idea of placing content or calls to action “above the fold” is outdated with today’s device ecosystem.
Luke Wroblewski
C# 7 Features
Even though C#6 is still new, Mike James writes some of the features currently under consideration for C#7.
I Programmer
Your Apple Watch App Probably Sucks
M.G. Siegler says that the vast majority of Apple Watch apps are either bad, unreliable, completely non-performant, or some combination of these.
Why It’s Totally Okay to Use a Hamburger Icon
Steven Hoober shows how to think about putting functionality and navigation behind a menu icon so that the apps primary and secondary functions aren’t lost.
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