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28. Can Apache 2.4 Match Node.js Event processing efficiency? - Lately in JavaScript podcast - Episode 16

Updated on: 2012-03-03

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Apache 2.4 was just released. Among other enhancements it provides a new processing mode that works based on events, somewhat like Node.js.

In the episode 15 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast, Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal discuss whether Apache 2.4 can be used with the same advantages of Node.js with the new event based processing mode.

Other than that, they also discuss other happenings in the JavaScript worlds like the use of UI sheets to make faster AJAX applications, Twitter to abandon the hash bang URLs, and the difficulties of dealing with times and dates exchanged between the browser and the server.

Listen to the podcast or read the transcript now to learn about these and other JavaScript topics.


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27. Can ActionScript really be Faster Than JavaScript? - Lately in JavaScript podcast - Episode 15

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Adobe is still claiming that ActionScript (used in Flash) is faster than JavaScript. That was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal with the guest Zach Kession on the episode 15 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

On the Flash versus JavaScript matter they discussed the probably reasons for the difference of performance and smoothness of animations with Impress.js versus Prezi.

They also debate whether using CoffeeScript can really benefit the productivity of JavaScript developers, as well the benefits of using Underscore.js to manipulate data sets.


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26. JavaScript Zeitgeist 2011 - What JavaScript Developers have been Searching for in 2011?

Updated on: 2014-01-24

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The JavaScript Zeitgeist is an initiative meant to determine what JavaScript developers have been more interested in the recent times.

The JSClasses site has just computed and published the top trending searches of 2011.

Read this article to learn what are those trends of the JavaScript world.


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25. Retrospective of the JavaScript World in 2011 and What to Expect for 2012- Lately in JavaScript podcast - Episode 14

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The year 2011 has ended with lots of interesting developments in the JavaScript world. That was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal on the episode 14 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

Things like the progressive death of Flash, the increased pace of development of newer browser versions, single page Web apps, etc.. were just a few of aspects they commented.

They also covered some of the most impressive JavaScript libraries released in 2011 and what they expect for 2012 in the JavaScript world.


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24. Encouraging the Authors to Do Better

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This is just a short notice to let you know about a new initiative meant to encourage authors improve their participation in this site.

Read this article whether you are already a contributor or you are planning to start contributing.


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23. Can JavaScript Totally Replace Flash Now? - Lately in JavaScript podcast - Episode 13

Updated on: 2011-12-01

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Now that Adobe has given up for the development of the Flash plug-in for mobile browsers, many users want them to go ahead and cease Flash development completely, as HTML 5 capable browsers can do most with JavaScript APIs of what can be done with Flash.

The question is: can JavaScript APIs really do all that can be done with Flash? This was the main topic of the episode 13 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast discussed by Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal, along with the guest, Dino Gambone, a Web developer enthusiast JavaScript based games.

They also cover the recent capability of Googlebot to execute JavaScript to crawl Facebook comments, the ScriptCover extension for performing JavaScript code coverage and animation timeline visual editing with Timeline.js.

Listen to the podcast or read to the audio transcript now to know more about these topics of discussion.


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22. Tutorial Video on Importing Classes from Git, SubVersion and CVS Repositories

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This is a small note about a tutorial article and a video that was just posted to explain how to quickly import package files from remote version control repositories based on CVS, SubVersion, as well as Git which is now also supported.

Read this article, especially if you are a contributor or you are willing to share your JavaScript objects in the JSClasses site.


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21. Official JavaScript Logo, Google Dart, Amazon Silk, Jison parser generator - Lately in JavaScript podcast - Episode 12

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Could Google Dart language be a better alternative language than JavaScript?

Will new languages like CoffeeScript emerge using the Jison JavaScript parser generator?

Will the new JavaScript logo proposal be adopted by the whole JavaScript community?

Will Amazon Silk browser provide a faster Web experience for Amazon Kindle Fire tablet users?

These and other topics are discussed by Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal on episode 12 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast.

Listen to the podcast or read the transcript here.


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20. Single Page Apps Trend, Top JavaScript Developers in Every Country, Multi-threading for Node.js - Lately in JavaScript Podcast Episode 11

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Single Page Apps are becoming more and more a trend since the introduction of of the Hash Bang (#!) convention in the URLs that makes AJAX application pages crawlable by Google and other search engines that follow the convention. JavaScript frameworks that help building single page apps is one of several topic that Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal cover in the Lately in JavaScript episode 11 podcast.

They also talk about a new initiative to distinguish the top JavaScript developers in every country in the JS Classes site, as well a new extension to add multithreading support to Node.js, PhoneGap to become an Apache project, and more.

Listen to the podcast or read to the transcript to learn about these and other JavaScript topics of interest.


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19. Top Developers in Every Country

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A new feature was just launched in the JSClasses and PHPClasses sites that allows seeing which are the top developers in each country that have contributed to the sites.

Read this article to learn more about top developers by country and how you can get featured on these tops.


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