24. October, 2013
They used ST-JS as a tool to reign the dragon.
As I see it, this project has the following benefits over anything else I’ve seen so far:
- Full support from your Java IDE – Code completion, refactoring, type/JavaDoc popups, jump-to-definition, …
- Not intrusive, low complexity
6. September, 2013
It also lists some of the latest patterns that you might have missed like the MVVM pattern.
Last but not least, it can serve as a test for huge HTML pages 😉
24. November, 2011
Some pros and cons:
There are two minor points: The console is pretty big and the in-page version can’t be moved.
Blackbird is a really small logging framework. No frills, just the basics. So no exception logging, for example. A profiling option is the most complex feature. In the world of the logging frameworks, it’s the iPhone: Nice look and only the useful features. The console is always in page, it sits in one of the four browser corners, it can be hidden and shown with F2.
My main complaint about Blackbird is that you can’t use the mouse to move the console. Also disabling the framework needs several lines of code. A single variable would have been more comfortable.
2. November, 2011
If you need a framework for vector graphics, try Raphaël.
MIT License, impressive demos, readable source code.
18. August, 2011
There is a lot which you can do wrong when starting a new web site from scratch. The HTML5 Boilerplate project tries to help you there.
20. June, 2011
If you have some JSON (possibly broken) and need to know how the browser sees it: JSON Visualization