Angel \”Java\” Lopez on Blog

April 30, 2014

End Of Iteration 2014w17

Filed under: Iteration, JavaScript, Neural Networks, NodeJs, Open Source Projects — ajlopez @ 11:27 am

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I started a refactorization of this project:

Now, I have a document object with find method to produce a sequence of elements. I want to add filter to this sequence, ie: give me all elements (tags) that are “h1”, or that have such attribute or class. I prefer a code solution (calling methods) instead of having XPath queries. I have the first use cases “in pectore”, to be explored in May.


Every one writes his/her own flow library for JavaScript. Me too! I wrote this library some months ago, and then I switched to implement SimpleAsync. But then I realized the use cases are similar, so I went back to design board and started a new implementation in SimpleFlow:

Now, I have a more clear sequence implementation, with explicit .success and .fail methods. My next steps: implement parallel execution instead of a sequence. And map and reduce apply of a function.


Yes, it’s time to write simple neural networks in JavaScript. I have a threshold neuron implementation. I’m in doubt about the reactive events to fire: most use cases don’t need such features. Check the code and tests at:


I started to add binary serialization of message to AjErl, Erlang in C# project. I started to implement super in AjTalkJs, Smalltalk in JavaScript. I added some events to SimpleValues, a simple model with events. I added the number of workers to use in the constructor of ActorSystem in Aktores, Akka ideas in C#. I wrote a new simple sample for SimpleCards. I worked on three non-public projects, too.

More fun is coming.

Keep tuned!

Angel “Java” Lopez

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