Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 21st Mar 2009 22:41 UTC
General Development Recently, a new browser war has erupted all over the internet, with various browsers making massive improvements in each release to trumpet those made by others. While Firefox certainly ignited this new browser war, Chrome is the one who started the JavaScript war. The first release of Google's web browser came with a brand new JavaScript engine that was a lot faster than those of its competitors, forcing them to improve their JavaScript performance as well. This whole JS thing has gotten to the heads of the folks at Google, and they've created a site for experiments which show off the power of JS.
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RE: Hampsterdance
by andrewg on Sun 22nd Mar 2009 12:36 UTC in reply to "Hampsterdance"
andrewg
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2005-07-06

Have a look at ObjectiveJ (Cappuccino) - an Objective C into Javascript using Javascript. Try the demo at http://280slides.com/ to see what it is capable of.

There is obviously much more out there but these javascript frameworks are becoming very powerful.

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RE[2]: Hampsterdance
by AbuHassan on Tue 24th Mar 2009 02:37 in reply to "RE: Hampsterdance"
AbuHassan Member since:
2008-08-26

For even more retro coolness, check out http://6502asm.com/ for a MOS 6502 compatible assembler and emulator written in JS! ;)

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