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October 25 2008

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02:58
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02:54

QUnit - jQuery JavaScript Library

QUnit is the unit testrunner for the jQuery project.
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02:53

JsUnit

"JsUnit is a Unit Testing framework for client-side (in-browser) JavaScript. It is essentially a port of JUnit to JavaScript. Also included is a platform for automating the execution of tests on multiple browsers and mutiple machines running different OSs. Its development began in January 2001."

October 16 2008

funkatron
19:18

Blackbird - Open Source JavaScript Logging Utility

"Blackbird offers a dead-simple way to log messages in JavaScript and an attractive console to view and filter them. You might never use alert() again."

October 15 2008

funkatron
17:12

Safely parsing JSON in JavaScript

I wrote this, but cross-promotion is what it's all about, right?

October 12 2008

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01:53

Jaxer CRUD

"With this in mind, I’ve worked up some code example for CRUD operations using the Jaxer database API. This is a simple example, intended to help folks climb up the Jaxer learning curve. The complete source code for the example is at the bottom of this post."
funkatron
01:44

Extreme JavaScript Performance

"JavaScript engines are serving as the test bed for new forms of dynamic language optimization. No other language is seeing this level of competition and rapid improvement that JavaScript is. This is optimal considering that JavaScript is one of the most widely-deployed programming languages available."
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01:43

Jaxer 1.0 Release Candidate now available. | Aptana

"Aptana Jaxer, the open-source Ajax server that embeds the Mozilla browser engine server-side, is nearing its first release. There's been lots of work on Jaxer with significant community feedback and ideas coming from the Jaxer betas over the summer. This latest (and probably last before 1.0) release candidate packs in some great performance enhancements like native JSON as well as a brand new built-in capability for easily dispatching RESTful and RPC service requests. And like before we're looking for feedback before we finalize and ship 1.0."

October 09 2008

funkatron
23:44

JSCocoa — A bridge from JavascriptCore to Cocoa

"JSCocoa bridges Cocoa to JavascriptCore (WebKit's JS engine). It allows you to call C code, ObjC code, use C structs, and build Javascript classes inheriting from ObjC classes."

October 06 2008

funkatron
01:35

Er.js: Erlang-in-JavaScript

"Erlang-style concurrency with JavaScript 1.7"

October 04 2008

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19:43
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19:38

Raphaël—JavaScript Library

Raphaël is a small JavaScript library that should simplify your work with vector graphics on the web. In case you want to create your own specific chart or image crop-n-rotate widget, you can simply achieve it with this library.
funkatron
19:25

Nihilogic: 23 pretty JavaScript fractals

"The previous post about the size optimized Mandelbrot renderers didn't really do the Mandelbrot set justice in terms of mathematical and aesthetical prettiness. So, armed with my two good friends, Canvas and JavaScript, I set out to further explore the infinite beauty and complexity of both the Mandelbrot set and other fractals."
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19:14

Introducing JStORM - Uriel Katz Blog

"I am happy to announce the first beta of JStORM,a complete rewrite of GearsORM to support multiple backends,currently supporting Jaxer(MySQL and Sqlite) and Google Gears(Sqlite)."

AIR support is also in SVN.
funkatron
19:09

Life: The game in Canvas

Cool use of JS and the Canvas element (which is present in AIR, among other browser tech-based desktop platforms).
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19:08

Ajaxian » New Netflix Developer APIs

"Since IMDB lacks an API (and the community-provided APIs seem to be in various stages of disrepair — note that the site linked to in this story is now down), this fully-supported offering from Netflix seems quite interesting indeed. Check out their blog post announcing the features and their new developer portal."

Ripe for a variety of apps, it seems.

October 03 2008

funkatron
16:53

Practical Functional JavaScript

"Oliver Steele gave a great talk at The Ajax Experience this week on Practical Functional JavaScript."

September 25 2008

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01:42

September 23 2008

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01:57

Hidden Features of JavaScript - Stack Overflow

"Even though JavaScript is arguably the most important Client Side language right now (just ask Google) it's surprising how little most web developers appreciate how powerful it really is."

Yeah, these aren't really "hidden," but hey.

September 21 2008

funkatron
02:59

eval is Evil

The eval function is the most misused feature of JavaScript. Avoid it.

eval has aliases. Do not use the Function constructor. Do not pass strings to setTimeout or setInterval.

Code Conventions for the JavaScript Programming Language
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