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July 13, 2011

Javascript: Links, News, Resources (1)

Filed under: JavaScript, Links, Programming Languages — ajlopez @ 10:12 am

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Recently, I published a list of links and resources about HTML5:

HTML5: Links, News and Resources (1)

One of the key technologies to study, for HTML5, web development, BUT mobile and server software too, is Javascript (see Node.js: Links, News and Resources (1)). An old and malleable language, that has great power and expressivity. I’m writing posts about Javascript and my experiments (specially, since I’m using TDD with Javascript). I’m writing my own Javascript interpreter ;-) and a classic for me: a Lisp interpreter written in Javascript (Work in Progress).

These are the recent links I used to learn and research Javascript programming:

Fundamentals for Great JavaScript and jQuery Development

Douglas Crockford’s Javascript

Prototypal Inheritance in JavaScript

Classical Inheritance in JavaScript

42: JavaScript best practices – Dev.Opera

Learn JavaScript by reading jQuery Source Code

Google I/O 2011: Learning to Love JavaScript

CommonJS: JavaScript Standard Library

V8 JavaScript Engine – Google Code

YouTube – JavaScript: The Good Parts

JavaScript: The Good Parts – O’Reilly Media

JavaScript: Unit testing asynchronous functions

Script Junkie | jQuery Test-Driven Development

QUnit – jQuery JavaScript Library

QMock is a standalone, lightweight mocking framework that facilitates the testing of JavaScript programs

Script Junkie | Test Driven Development: Top-Down or Bottom-Up?

Test-Driven JavaScript Development, The Book

TDD en Javascript(I parte) | EtnasSoft

Test-driven Development (TDD) Using Javascript with QUnit | html-scr

Test-Driven JavaScript Development in Practice | Nettuts+

Running jQuery QUnit tests under Continuous Integration – Joshua Flanagan –

npm registry

Full circle at Microsoft: from the early days of .NET to the new Chakra JavaScript engine « Tim Anderson’s ITWriting

Why a JavaScript hater thinks everyone needs to learn JavaScript in the next year – O’Reilly Radar

Intro To Backbone.js: How A Winforms Developer is At Home In Javascript

Introducing Knockout, a UI library for JavaScript « Steve Sanderson’s blog

Code & Beyond: Video: JavaScript, jQuery, CSS and Razor in ReSharper 6

JavaScript, 5 ways to call a function

JSLint,The JavaScript Code Quality Tool

Get started with the JavaScript language

JavaScript is Dead. Long Live JavaScript!

Stevey’s Blog Rants: The Next Big Language

JavaScript and jQuery: 50 New Tutorials | Splashnology

haXe – Welcome to haXe !
haXe is a multiplatform language that compiles to: Javascript, Flash, NekoVM, Php, C++; C#, Java coming soon

Functional reactive programming

Microsoft working with Joyent and the Node community to bring Node.js to Windows

Heroku | The New Heroku (Part 2 of 4): Node.js & New HTTP Capabilities

Azure BlobStorage Javascript Library – Home

JS Robots

Web Socket Server

andreasgal/pdf.js – GitHub

My Links:

More links about REST, programming languages, Clojure, Lisp, Scala, scalability, Hadoop, coming soon.

Keep tuned!

Angel “Java” Lopez


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