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  • Unit Testing WinJS: First Steps

    N.B. If you don’t know anything about WinJS, take a moment to peruse this primer . Also, the context of this post is the p&p Hilo project . One of the first questions we’ve been struggling with is how to best test a WinJS app. (I’m going to use the term “unit test” somewhat...
    Posted to Christopher Bennage by Christopher Bennage on 08-16-2012
    Filed under: javascript, unit testing, WinJS, Windows 8
  • Getting Started with JavaScript… again

    I’ve alluded before that I did a large chunk of my development in some form of ECMAScript for the first ten years of my professional life. Now, JavaScript is cool again for the first time. Everyone wants to learn it. So, like me, you probably already kinda maybe knew JavaScript. But times have...
    Posted to Christopher Bennage by Christopher Bennage on 10-29-2011
    Filed under: javascript
  • Restarting Node.js When Your Source Changes

    I’m lazy. I remember reading somewhere that that was a desirable trait to have in a developer. I’m not sure where though, and honestly it’s just too much effort to bingle it. This laziness came to the forefront recently as I was playing with Node. In my last post , I showed you how to spin up a quick...
    Posted to Christopher Bennage by Christopher Bennage on 08-09-2011
    Filed under: development tools, web, javascript, .NET, Tips & Tricks, nodejs
  • Node.js on Windows (or JavaScript for the backend)

    What is Node? The simplest answer, albeit a simplistic answer, is that Node (or Node.js) is JavaScript on the server. Actually, it’s a more than just that, but you can read about the more in other places . This is a good enough answer for us n00bs. Unless you’ve been living in in cave, you might have...
    Posted to Christopher Bennage by Christopher Bennage on 07-28-2011
    Filed under: javascript
  • Have you met arguments.callee?

    Just the other day I had a need to use arguments.callee and I realized that's not something you really see every day in JavaScript. Maybe I could talk about it a bit. Anonymous functions everywhere It's not news to anyone reading this blog that one of JavaScript's workhorses are anonymous...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 09-10-2010
    Filed under: Tips-and-Tricks, JavaScript, JavaScript-Demystified
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