Compressing Javascript

    by  • August 30, 2011 • Articles, HTML5, Journal, Programming • 2 Comments

    To most, Javascript seems a secondary concern when writing a website, however the overall end user experience can depend a lot on Javascript, why? Like all web content, it has to be downloaded from a server, and this takes time. The more Javascript you have, the longer it takes to download and thus the...

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    JavaScript WebEngine

    by  • June 11, 2009 • HTML5, Programming • 0 Comments

    Wouldn’t it be cool if you could run Javascript applications like normal desktop applications, where each app has its own window and where Window Management and Composition is handled for you, and where events are passed easier and with better cross browser support. Well this is what I’ve been trying to achieve with my...

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