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OWT has been designing and programming web pages since 1994. A lot has changed in that time, as access speeds have increased and technologies evolved. While technological advancements have been great for both the user and web site owner, it is important to distinguish between what industry innovations are appropriate for each individual client's needs and which are not. OWT has the experience to wade through the technological noise and decide which tech will prove to be the best fit for your application. Whether it be leveraging the growing importance of search engine recognition or ensuring the user experience is positive through an efficient and sleek design, OWT is prepared to create a website beneficial for the client as well as their users. 

We provide cost-effective solutions for most any budget.  From over-the-top sites with an extensive custom feature set down, to the simplest brochure site; we can deliver your next website for less than you think. We also provide you with the tool set to keep your content fresh and compelling. 

Although we have clients throughout the United States, we pride ourselves on the exceptional customer service we provide to our customers in the Kennewick, Richland, Pasco and Walla Walla areas. When it comes to accurately designing and implementing a web site, we put customers first. 

Trust the experience that OWT has gained over such a long time in this relatively young industry. OWT will help you make smarter and more cost-effective decisions to make your web initiative positive, productive and profitable. 


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We can use your design or your graphic designers or create a design for you cost effectively.  Building a site in our CMS is fast and efficient. Most small business sites will cost less than $1000 and be unique and customized to your business and needs!  

Now you can upgrade for less than you think!  For a limited time OWT  is offering a $100 discount on Budget CMS3 Sites and $200 discount on Standard CMS3 design and setup!  Contact us now and see how easy and painless we can make this transition for you!

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No matter your web need let OWT show you just how easy we can make it for you!  We tame the technology for you - you don't have to learn complicated control panels as we can do it all for you.  From domain registration to Email and full-featured web hosting OWT can simplify your web experience immensely. 

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JavaScript Weekly

Issue 353 — September 22, 2017

A summary of an academic paper that concludes both Flow and TypeScript are good at preventing bugs that could end up in committed code.

Adrian Colyer

Plenty of JS terminology explained, along with code examples, in this thorough guide.

Manuel Beaudru

JavaScript telemetry gives a timeline of browser events leading to an error, including interaction events, like clicks, inputs, navigation and console messages + more. Debug better w/ telemetry and know why your app crashed.


This new release of the controversial compile-to-JS language preserves its clean syntax but bridges the gap with ES6 and beyond.


The CEO of Ionic suggests that incompatibility between component models results in framework churn and that Web Components will provide a resolution.

Max Lynch

An example-driven tour of the key features of ES6/ES2015, if you’re not quite there yet.

Łukasz Kyć

Using the new `script type=”module”` approach gives us some benefits merely beyond loading ES modules alone - it guarantees ES6/ES2015 support.

Philip Walton

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In Brief

Angular v5 Release Delayed to October news
It was originally due this week.
Dor Moshe

Upcoming TypeScript Changes in Vue 2.5 news
Evan You

How to Build Your Own Fax Machine with Tessel, JavaScript and Twilio tutorial
The death of fax has been greatly exaggerated! Twilio Programmable Fax allows you to send and receive fax in the cloud.
Twilio  Sponsor

Modern Ways to Use C++ in JavaScript Projects tutorial node
Maga D. Zandaqo

Subclassing Arrays in ES2015 tutorial
David Tang

U Go Hue Go: Controlling Philips Lights with Angular & Kendo UI tutorial
Tara Manicsic

5 Favorites in Emerging Web Standards 

SitePen  Sponsor

How I Cut My Webpack Bundle Size in Half story
Justin Duke

Using ReactJS, ES6 & JSX to Build a UI (the rise of MERN) 
Part 5 of our Modern Application Stack series - Why ReactJS is driving the development of modern applications.
MONGODB  Sponsor

billboard.js: A Simple Chart Library Based on D3 V4 code
v1.1.0 has just been released.
Naver Corp

Vuetify: A Material Design Component Framework for Vue.js 2 code

Dexie 2.0: A Minimalistic Wrapper for IndexedDB code
Provides a neater API and error handling for the IndexedDB browser database API.
David Fahlander

mongoist: A MongoDB Driver for Node Built with async/await In Mind code
Christoph Walcher

ngraph.path: Fast Path Finding for Arbitrary Graphs code
Demo here.
Andrei Kashcha

winamp2-js: A Reimplementation of Winamp 2.9 in HTML5 & JavaScript code
‘Whipping the llama’s ass’ with JS. Demo here.
Jordan Eldredge

Nano Events: A 119 Byte Event Emitter Library code
Andrey Sitnik

AR.js: Efficient Augmented Reality for the Web code
Jerome Etienne

Bosket: Tree View Components for React, Angular, Vue and Riot code
Julien Elbaz

Wretch: A Tiny Wrapper Around Fetch with an Intuitive Syntax code
Julien Elbaz

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