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JavaScript Generators

February 8, 2010 2 comments

These work annoyingly well. Why annoying? Because they’re Mozilla specific. If only we could use them all the time. The other thing that’s annoying is how they are actually better than the C# equivalent.

There are two major advantages compared with C#’s yield return.
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December 15, 2009 2 comments

The node.js project is a rapidly evolving effort to build a runtime for writing event-driven servers in JavaScript. It’s part of a general JS renaissance, growing from a widening appreciation of the positive aspects of JS compared with other well-established languages such as C/C++ and Java. These include closures and dynamic typing, though I’d argue the former is much more important than the latter.
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