Stuart Langridge: Secrets of Javascript Closures, part 1

making web/javascript 2010.01.14 02:56

Stuart Langridge: Secrets of JavaScript Closures, part 1 from YoungProfessionals-ICT.nl on Vimeo.

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ExtJS: Ext.Msg vs. Ext.Window

making web/javascript 2009.03.26 02:15

무엇이 문제였는지 이제야 알았다.
API document를 제대로 읽어야만 된다는 것도, 또 한 번 느꼈다.

왜 Ext.Msg가 Singleton pattern인지도...


퀭....하다.


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a key suspect... or not.

making web/javascript 2009.02.15 21:56

Ext JS 2.2.1 Released.

Overview of Changes

Ext JS 2.2.1 adds support for the newest browser on the scene, Google Chrome. It also resolves an issue with Ext 2.2's implementation of Ext.onReady. It also provides improved memory management and enhancements of the container architecture within Ext.

  • Various memory leak issues solved. (various라... - -)
  • Added removeAll method for the container. (진짜루요? - ㅜ)
...

Release Notes for Ext 2.2.1
(http://extjs.com/deploy/ext-2.2.1/CHANGES.html)

Release Date: Feb 1, 2009
Current Version: 2.2.1 (rev 3003)
Previous Version: 2.2.0 (rev 2547)

All new lightweight, high-speed core base library... - -;

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WysiHat: An eventually better open source WYSIWYG editor

making web/javascript 2009.02.15 16:49

article URL:
http://www.37signals.com/svn/posts/1330-introducing-wysihat-an-eventually-better-open-source-wysiwyg-editor

GitHub URL:
check out the project on GitHub

WysiHat

A WYSIWYG JavaScript framework

WysiHat is a WYSIWYG JavaScript framework that provides an extensible foundation to design your own rich text editor. WysiHat stays out of your way and leaves the UI design to you.

Support platforms

WysiHat currently supports:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows, version 6.0 and higher
  • Mozilla Firefox 2.0 and higher
  • Apple Safari 3.0 and higher
  • Opera 9.52 and higher
  • Google Chrome

Dependencies


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Another look at JavaScript inheritance

making web/javascript 2009.01.20 00:11

개념.
누가 어떻게 설명하든 자연스레 이해가 가야하는...

from http://www.phpied.com/javascripts-class-less-objects/

"JavaScript's class-less objects" article up at the JavaRanch's newsletter.

Update: and mentioned on Ajaxian, sweet.


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