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2. Load Page Content Faster by the Right Order

Updated on: 2013-04-21

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Blog: Fast Page Content Loader package blog
Package: Fast Page Content Loader

Now that that the Fast Page Content Loader object works well in all browsers, it is time to address another problem, which is to give priority to content that needs to load first, regardless of its position in the page.

This post explains how to set the loading order of different content elements giving priority to more important elements that need to load first.


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8. Chrome OS, WebOS 2, jQuery 1.5 - Lately in JavaScript podcast - Episode 4

Updated on: 2011-02-16

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On episode 4 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast, Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal discuss the relevance of Google Chrome OS for Web developers in general and the opportunities to developer better Web applications using special Chrome features like the Native Client interface.

They also comment on the announcement of HP Palm WebOS 2.0 and its use of JavaScript, and the release of jQuery 1.5.


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7. Why Google Chrome OS matters for Web application developers

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A lot has been said about what Google Chrome OS is or will be, but while Google does not clarify many of the doubts that have been raised by the developers and users in general, many wonder if it will succeed based on supposed limitations that in reality Chrome OS does not have.

This article aims to clarify many of those doubts about Chrome OS really is and how alleged limitations will be overcome.


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6. AJAX 2, Microsoft SunSpider cheating? - Lately in JavaScript podcast - Episode 3

Updated on: 2011-02-20

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On episode 3 of the Lately in JavaScript podcast, Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal discuss the enhancements of the XMLHttpRequest Level 2 specification.

They also discuss the allegation that Microsoft could be cheating by making IE 9 perform much better than other browsers on specific tests of the SunSpider benchmark.


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5. AJAX 2: What is coming with XMLHttpRequest Level 2?

Updated on: 2014-03-23

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XMLHttpRequest, often referred as AJAX, is going to get a new and improved specification version named Level 2.

This article gives an overview of what is planned for XMLHttpRequest Level 2 and how it can be used to improve Web applications usability.


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4. JavaScript performance optimization tricks - Lately in JavaScript podcast - Episode 2

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In this episode of the Lately in JavaScript podcast, Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal discuss an unusual technique to accelerate the load of slow pages which have content retrieved from external sites using JavaScript.

They also discuss the techniques of optimizing JavaScript code presented in the High Performance JavaScript book.

Also on this episode it is discussed the launch of the jQuery Mobile project and the new Node.js screencasts site.


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3. Is NodeJS going to be the PHP of JavaScript - Lately in JavaScript podcast episode 1

Updated on: 2011-01-18

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In the first episode of the Lately in JavaScript podcast, Manuel Lemos and Michael Kimsal have Mário Valente as guest to discuss interesting topics of the current JavaScript scene, like progress of NodeJS to become a server side Web development solution similar to PHP but in JavaScript.

They also discuss matters such as why JavaScript is much better than Flash, the convinience of implementing JavaScript components and objects in the Object Oriented way, and getting seed funding for startup companies oriented to JavaScript and other Web technologies.

Also covered are the latest objects published in the JSClasses site and the latest interesting articles published in the JSMag magazine.


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2. New Object alerts and site speedup

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Recently the site had a few issues fixed that are worth noting, specifically about new class object alerts not being sent, the site terms of use, database server migration, compressed pages, and cookies not being accepted by some browsers.

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1. The JSClasses site is launched!

Updated on: 2010-09-07

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JSClasses is finally launched. This is the initial kick off post. It talks about what is the purpose of the site for those that are not familiar with the concept, why it was launched, who is this useful to and how you can contribute to it.

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