Category Archives: JavaScript

The Two Pillars of JavaScript — JavaScript Scene — Medium

I’ve found that articulating my disdain for classical object-oriented inheritance models after a decade of experience does not sit well with the typical interviewer, whose questions seem to come from the top three links of a Google search. Eric Elliott (pictured) serves up some provocative reasoning about classical OO within Javascript at the link below. He ends up promoting his Stampit… Read More »

Number.isSafeInteger() – JavaScript | MDN

  This is a new technology, part of the ECMAScript 2015 (ES6) standard .This technology’s specification has been finalized, but check the compatibility table for usage and implementation status in various browsers.   Curated from Number.isSafeInteger() – JavaScript | MDN   This is a new technology, part of the ECMAScript 2015 (ES6) standard . This… Read More »

Jim Cowart

Just starting to Beta my web app “Fish-Machina” which uses Jim Cowart ‘s machina.js, a Finite State Machine (FSM). And just saw that this month Jim Cowart has an article in Smashing Magazine, “Qualities of Good Flux Implementations“ Curated from Jim Cowart  

Fuse.js | K. Risk – JavaScript Refined

If you need a lightweight, fast way to search through a list of items, and allow misspellings, then Fuse.js is for you. Forget all server-side logic. This is done all in JavaScript.   Curated from Fuse.js | K. Risk – JavaScript Refined