One of the most important ways we accomplish our mission to move the Open Web forward is through helping and training web developers. To this end, we’re working to make open web education as accessible as possible via resources such as jqfundamentals.com, our public classes and workshops, and the Essentials Tours we’re bringing to cities […]

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A week or so ago we got some exciting news — The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) is releasing an incredible dataset about the usage of Hubway Bicycles that collects more than half a million rides! Not only is the data being released, but along with it a Visualization Challenge has been announced here. Our […]

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GitHub offers a great feature called WebHook URLs. You can add a url to take advantage of git’s post-receive hook and get a POST request containing data related to a repository push (e.g., commits, tags, and head-resets). While the data is very detailed and thorough, its complexity and focus on mimicking the git operations make […]

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We had so much fun with our first Bocoup on Air hangout that we decided to do it again. This time, I chatted with Boaz Sender about a mobile web app he’s been working on, and about the future of the web as an application development platform. Most of our conversation was spent on a […]

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It was more than two years ago now that I first published jQuery Fundamentals, a free online jQuery learning resource. Since then, the site has seen hundreds of thousands of visits — if you’ve learned jQuery in the last two years, chances are decent that you’ve landed on the page at least once or twice. […]

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Bocoup has put down roots in communities across the globe. We’ve traveled to Turkey, Brazil, England, France, Canada, Germany and the Netherlands to work with developers the world over. It’s exciting to see that our mission to move the Open Web forward is shared internationally, and we’re eager to continue working with these communities through […]

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Everything you think you know about data binding — and every trick MVC libraries are using to pull it off — is about to be flipped on its head. At the last ECMA/TC39 Face to Face, Rafael Weinstein presented the latest revision of the Object.observe spec, a work in progress that he and several other […]

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Building a back-end API layer introduces a whole new layer of coordination between server and client code. While there are many aspects to this delicate dance of communication, one key ingredient to minimizing back-and-forth-confusion-about what-call-does-what, is consistently communicating about your API endpoints. This is by no means rocket science, but over time I’ve created a […]

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It seems that just about every time we talk about the trainings we do at the Bocoup Loft in Boston, people ask us whether we will ever do trainings in other cities. While we’ve done a handful of trainings in conjunction with conferences such as TXJS and the jQuery Conference, today we’re excited to announce […]

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00000001 // 1 — truthy, so LED 7 is ON Throw in the iteration from 0 to 255, a timeout, and some Johnny Five code, and we end up with this: Part 2: Learning to Write If all we wanted to do was count from 0 to 255 in blinking lights, then the best we […]

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