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CoffeeScript and Progress | Peter Lyons

CoffeeScript and Progress | Peter Lyons | javascript.js | Scoop.it

If you like CoffeeScript, you should write applications in CoffeeScript. If you prefer JavaScript, you should write applications in JavaScript. In this post I want to address the common attitude I have found among JavaScript programmers that CoffeeScript is a priori somehow wrong or inferior or a bad choice. I'll briefly recount some of the technical reasons why I like and use CoffeeScript at the end of this post, but the focus is a rejection of the attitude above on philosophical grounds. To be clear, the position I'm taking issue with is the position that JavaScript is the one and only language we should be writing in for the browser and node.js.

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Know Javascript..use node.js server-side - CodeProject®

A detailed introduction to node.js; Author: Harish Palaniappan; Updated: 5 Mar 2012; Section: Applications & Tools; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 5 Mar 2012...
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jStat : a JavaScript statistical library

jStat : a JavaScript statistical library | javascript.js | Scoop.it
jStat is a statistical library written in JavaScript. It is capable of plotting
several probability distributions as well as generating densities,
cumulative densities and quantiles.
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Midi drum machine with Node.JS | Node.js News

Midi drum machine with Node.JS | Node.js News | javascript.js | Scoop.it
NodeJS News : A video about managing a midi device, 16 step drum machine using CoffeeScript and Node.js...
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links collection related to Backbone.js that I find useful

links collection related to Backbone.js that I find useful | javascript.js | Scoop.it

I've collected all the links related to Backbone.js that I find useful. Most of these are well-built projects and epic guides (not ephemeral blog posts.) Please feel free to fork and even contribute.

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Le blog d'eric German: Programmez - mars 2012 (150) #coffeescript #jQuery

Le blog d'eric German: Programmez - mars 2012 (150) #coffeescript #jQuery | javascript.js | Scoop.it

Un très bon article sur coffeescript : ce langage permet aux développeurs 'coté serveur' de programmer en javascript comme des développeurs 'coté client'. L'article prend un exemple en java et le porte en coffeescript.
Une introduction au langage 'R' . R est le langage de programmation des statistiques.
Une guide pour bien démarrer avec jQuery.

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24 Most Popular jQuery Plugins of February 2012

Last month, many great jQuery plugins were created and new versions were released too. Now, lets go through some of the most popular plugins in February 2012.

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Retour sur la formation JsGuru : Frameworks et outils Javascript - Expérimentations et retours d'expérience

J’ai eu l’occasion d’assister à la formation JSGuru qui s'est déroulée il y a quelques jours à Montpellier. Dans les grandes lignes, cette formation a pour objectif de se familiariser avec des technologies novatrices basées sur Javascript.

L’origine de cette formation part d’un constat simple : de plus en plus de traitements sont effectués côté client, notamment sur les applications full-ajax / riches (RIA). L’expérience utilisateur n’en ai que meilleure : fluidité de l’application, temps de chargement réduits, composants évoluées, etc.

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PhantomJS and Travis CI | don't code today

What Github does to project repository and collaboration, Travis CI does it to continuous integration. If you have an open-source project, there is a huge chance that you can benefit a lot from hooking your testing via Travis CI. As of now, it supports projects using Clojure, Erlang, Groovy, Java, Node.js, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, Scala and I’m sure the list will continue to grow.

What if your project is a web application? PhantomJS to the rescue! I already wrote about using PhantomJS to drive your tests as part of the preflight check via Git pre-commit hook. The same technique applies here. In fact, there are few projects using Travis CI which already use the approach, mainly because Travis CI has built-in install of PhantomJS.

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Going Simple with JavaScript

I was making a change to a page that needed to pull from a remote API and make changes to various parts of the page. Sounds like the time to pull out jQuery and Ajax, doesn't it? Instead, I just used old fashioned JavaScript. Actually, I used new fashioned JavaScript.

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HTML5 Rocks - Writing Augmented Reality Applications using JSARToolKit

HTML5 Rocks - Writing Augmented Reality Applications using JSARToolKit | javascript.js | Scoop.it
A resource for developers looking to put HTML5 to use today, including information on specific features and when to use them in your apps.
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audio.js is a drop-in javascript library that allows HTML5’s tag to be used anywhere.

It uses native where available and an invisible flash player to emulate for other browsers. It provides a consistent html player UI to all browsers which can be styled used standard css.

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How to make node.js, CoffeeScript and Jasmine play nice with Vim

How to make node.js, CoffeeScript and Jasmine play nice with Vim | javascript.js | Scoop.it
In order to see how much fun it could be to develop a web application BDD style, I decided to re-implement the node-chat sample application.

I started by implementing the chat server which runs...
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NodeJS process management at Brin.gr | Francois Guillaume Ribreau

I saw today a question on StackOverflow about "Running and managing nodejs applications on a single server" and thought it would be a good idea to share how we deal with NodeJS applications at brin.gr.

First we use supervisord to manage & automatically restart applications.

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html2coffeecup Convert your HTML to CoffeeCup and Node.JS

Convert html 2 coffeekup or coffeecup...
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Nodester Now Running Node.JS 0.6.12 - Nodester {Open Source Node.JS Hosting Platform}

Thanks to Alejandro Morales and “n”, TJ Holowaychuk’s Node Version Management project, Nodester is now able to run multiple versions of Node.JS! In addition to Node.JS version 0.4.9 that we have been running for months, we now also support Node.JS version 0.4.12 and 0.6.12.

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Why critics of Rails have it all wrong (and Ruby's bright multicore future) ... So node.js

Why critics of Rails have it all wrong (and Ruby's bright multicore future) ... So node.js | javascript.js | Scoop.it

Lately I've been getting the feeling the Ruby community has gotten a bit emo. The enthusiasm surrounding how easy Ruby makes it to write clean, concise, well-tested web applications quickly is fading. Rails has become merely a day job for many. Whatever hype surrounded Rails at its inception has died down into people who are just getting work done.

Meanwhile, Node.js is the new hotness, and many in the Node community have sought to build Node up by bringing Ruby and Rails down. I know that once upon a time Ruby enthusiasts were doing this sort of thing to Java. However, the tables have turned, and where Ruby used to be the mudslinging hype-monkey, it's now become the whipping boy and Node.js the new provocateur.

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NodeUp: A Node.js Podcast

fourteen - a framework user deep dive show
NEW - Daniel Shaw, Max Ogden, Joshua Holbrook, Daniel Erickson, and Mike Brevoort [on] Express, Connect, Flatiron, Middleware, Streams, Geddy, Tako, Socket.io, Code Reuse and more!

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Experiences with Node.js: Final Thoughts

This is the final post in a series of 3 about my first experiences with Node.js. In this post I will discuss my final thoughts from these experiences.
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New in 4.0: JavaScript.next syntax support | WebStorm & PhpStorm Blog

New in 4.0: JavaScript.next syntax support | WebStorm & PhpStorm Blog | javascript.js | Scoop.it

As you may know, there are different versions of the JavaScript language. Each JavaScript engine implementation adds some nice features that others don’t have. To make sure that you only use features suitable for targeted environments, choose an appropriate one in Settings | JavaScript.

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Javascript Graphics Library jsDraw2D draw line, circle, rectangle, polygon, curve, ellipse.

Javascript Graphics Library jsDraw2D draw line, circle, rectangle, polygon, curve, ellipse. | javascript.js | Scoop.it
Open Source Javascript graphics library jsDraw2D. Draw line, rectangle, circle, ellipse, polygon, arc, bezier curve, curves.
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Node.js: Bubbling up from JavaScript - SOA Talk

Bubbling under the mainstream of computing these days is the fast growing phenomenon of Node.js – a framework built on Google’s Chrome JavaScript virtual machine and providing a type of server-side JavaScript experience.

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Learning Three.js: tQuery v0 - Let's get started

This post is an update on tquery progress. Our previous posts were previews, for example valentine card in tQuery or linkify, a tQuery extension. This post is the release of version 0. It will walk you thru the website and shows how to run your first tQuery project with the boilerplate. You should be able to play with tQuery after that :)

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Scriptular a online javascript regular expression editor

Scriptular is a javascript regular expression editor. Inspired by Rubular it gives you a simple way to test javascript regular expressions as you write them.

Start by entering a regular expression and then a test string. Or give this example a try.

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