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anonymous asked:

A part of me hopes that frank just didn't realize that that symbol was ravist but i know thats not true

i got this ask 3 times but. i really believe he didn’t know. i didn’t know until someone made the post. i have friends who didnt know the symbol had any significance whatsoever. gerard put it on the back of the fun ghoul jacket. of course they’ve both made mistakes and shit but like. i really don’t believe they’re actually racist. like frank was the VP of amnesty international in high school and on his ‘favorite links’ from the his college english 101 web page was a website about the abolition of racism, among other things. so like i really have a hard time believing frank is actually actively racist and not just ignorant and unaware of things he’s doing being problematic.

Best web technologies and tools for 2015

Web has certainly come a long way in last few years. We have technologies and tools that have changed the way we develop web apps. As the technology keeps evolving, we will see more improvements in the coming year. In this article I am going to list some of the best web technologies and tools that are going to make an impact in 2015 and coming days.

ECMAScript 6

ES6 is the future of JavaScript and is going to bring many new features. The good news is that the feature set of ES6 is already frozen and browsers have already started implementing the features. Tools like Traceur already allow you to write code in ES6 and then transpile it to ES5 so that it works in Today’s browsers. Furthermore frameworks like AngularJS and Ember are going to target ES6 in future releases. Given its feature set and popularity I think ES6 is definitely going to revolutionise JavaScript development.

AngularJS 2.0

Google’s AngularJS is one of the popular frameworks for developing Single Page Apps. The good news is thatAngularJS 2.0 is under development and this time it’s more powerful, better and faster. As Durandal, another popular SPA framework, is converging into AngularJS the combo is definitely going to make an impact. AngularJS 2.0 is also going to target ECMAScript 6 which means your JavaScript code is going to be future proof.