Backbone.js gave you the possibility to divide your application in logical parts andprovided data binding. Only that wasn’t enough of course, because applications needed more components like: * A module system * Templating * Data binding * Data synchronisation * Widgets * Testing framework
And so, other frameworks were born, like: RequireJS, CommonJS, Component, AngularJS, Twitter Bootstrap, Flight, Hogan.js, QUnit, Jasmine, … (and I can probably go on for another hour).
Today, we have the Single Page Application. Most web apps are now in the browsers themselves, and the web is becoming fluid, comfortable, and accessible from any device.
* Prototypes * Constructor Functions * Encapsulation * Inheritance * Static vs Instance * Abstracting it up a bit * Conclusion
Since most interactions only involve a single dimension, and then only small adjustments are made to the filter values, incremental filtering and reducing is significantly faster than starting from scratch. Crossfilter uses sorted indexes (and a few bit-twiddling hacks) to make this possible, dramatically increasing the performance of live histograms and top-K lists. For more details on how Crossfilter works, see the API reference.
Our endless bickering over the merits of different languages and paradigms isn’t all that productive, nor is it very interesting. You’re not a Ruby/C#/Java/Elixir developer, you’re a goddamn problem solver. Remove the programming language from your LinkedIn/Twitter bio, that’s not who you are.
All the things that make other languages and platforms more or less sexy are 90 % community and culture. All the loudmouths in the developer community hype things that aren’t “enterprise”. So only 10 % of the sexiness is the actual language*. And the goods news are that we humans can change culture, that’s what we do best when we really want to.
You end up with multiple boolean variables and function calls constantly checking if all of those AJAX requests have finished; it is far from ideal. I’m going to show you how to break the problem down and come out of the other side with your sanity still intact.
The first step in explaining this involves creating a problem, here’s the scenario: You’re running a site like gist.github.com and you need to fetch some meta data for a list of gists from the server. This is going to involve you making multiple requests and then doing something when they’re all finished, you’ll probably want a loading spinner overlay or something while it fetches them as well.
This is the free online version of the DOM Enlightenment book in its pre-edited/draft form.
For the purpose of this book (i.e. grokking the concepts), I'm going to sidestep the browser API mess and dying browser discrepancies in an effort to expose the modern DOM. That's right, I'm going to sidestep the ugliness in an effort to focus on the here and now. After all, we have solutions like jQuery to deal with all that browser ugliness, and you should definitely be leveraging something like jQuery when dealing with deprecated browsers.
Two years ago I wrote about “How to get started with Node.js”: I think most of the information there are still valid… even the book Node.js in Action is still a MEAP (this time planned for release this month, August 2013).
This summer I’m planning on revising, during my holidays, the architecture of OpenROV, and given the huge number of people that are starting to use it, I want to inject" a bit more of “better ALM” in the mix, so I started to look around for coding conventions, development guidelines and how to do unit testing, continuous integration, build and so on: this post is a collection of some link that I found useful.
We will develop a client application that will run on web browsers, so we need to decide what tools and/or frameworks we will use.
* Presentation and styling* REST request management* Templates and event handling
Let's review each and evaluate what options there are.
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