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JavaScript React Software Engineering

React Frameworks built on the React Library

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Angular web application framework – TypeScript-based

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Angular full color logo.svg
Developer(s)Google
Initial release2.0 / 14 September 2016; 4 years ago[1]
Stable release11.2.3[2]  / 24 February 2021; 7 days ago
Preview release12.0.0-next.2 / 24 February 2021; 7 days ago[3]
RepositoryAngular Repository
Written inTypeScript
PlatformWeb platform
TypeWeb framework
LicenseMIT License
Websiteangular.io

Angular (commonly referred to as “Angular 2+” or “Angular v2 and above“)[4][5] is a TypeScript-based open-source web application framework led by the Angular Team at Google and by a community of individuals and corporations. Angular is a complete rewrite from the same team that built AngularJS.” (WP)

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JavaScript Software Engineering

Elm Programming language

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The Elm tangram
ParadigmFunctional
Designed byEvan Czaplicki
First appearedMarch 30, 2012; 8 years ago[1]
Stable release0.19.1 / October 21, 2019; 16 months ago[2]
Typing disciplineStaticStrongInferred
LicensePermissive (Revised BSD)[3]
Filename extensions.elm
Websiteelm-lang.org 
Influenced by
HaskellStandard MLOCamlF#
Influenced
Redux,[4] Vuex[5]

Elm is a domain-specific programming language for declaratively creating web browser-based graphical user interfaces. Elm is purely functional, and is developed with emphasis on usability, performance, and robustness. It advertises “no runtime exceptions in practice”,[6] made possible by the Elm compiler’s static type checking.” (WP)

History

“Elm was initially designed by Evan Czaplicki as his thesis in 2012.[7] The first release of Elm came with many examples and an online editor that made it easy to try out in a web browser.[8] Evan joined Prezi in 2013 to work on Elm,[9] and in 2016 moved to NoRedInk as an Open Source Engineer, also starting the Elm Software Foundation.[10]” (WP)

“The initial implementation of the Elm compiler targets HTMLCSS, and JavaScript.[11] The set of core tools has continued to expand, now including a REPL,[12] package manager,[13] time-travelling debugger,[14] and installers for macOS and Windows.[15] Elm also has an ecosystem of community created libraries and Ellie, an advanced online editor that allows saved work and inclusion of community libraries.” (WP)

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Bug Bounty Hunter – Freelance Penetration Tester

Bug bounty hunter: “A freelance penetration tester. Often, large companies will create “responsible disclosure programs” that award cash prizes for reporting security holes. Some bug bounty hunters work full time, but often these are full-time professionals who participate outside of work for extra money.” (B085FW7J86)

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