Adding transformation passes to Traceur Compiler

Traceur Compiler is an open source ES.next to ES5 compiler. We released it a while back but today I finished writing a tutorial about how to add new transformation passes. As you can see it is pretty easy to add new passes and all you need to know is JavaScript to prototype the future of ...

Inheritance Antipattern

Michael Bolin wrote an excellent blog post about the inheritance antipattern that is gaining a lot of foothold among JavaScript developers these days. The post also links to an article giving a lot more depth on the topic. When I attended The Ajax Experience 2009, I saw a number of “misguided” things that people were ...

Closure

Today we finally announced and released Closure (or Closure Library as the JS library is officially known as). History Me and Dan Pupius started the JS library at Google a long time ago. At the time there was a lot of good JS code at Google but there was really no order to it and ...

New Explorer Canvas Release

Over at the newly created Explorer Canvas Blog we announced the new release.

Playing around with WebKit Animations

Ever since WebKit started to introduce all these fancy new CSS properties like 2D and 3D transformations, transitions and declarative animations I’ve been drooling like a script kiddie from the year 2000. I’ve been thinking about how I can use them in some Google property but unfortunately the whole world is not using nightly builds ...

New Server

We’ve finally updated the server running eae.net. This means that this weblog should not be so ridiculously slow any more and that WebFX should be usable again. We’re still in the process of updating everything so there might be some issues left for a day or so.

Backend Working Again

I don’t know what happend to our servers (Emil has not been online) but now the commenting should work again. I’ve been playing around with XAML and I got my first custom control working. My goal is to first extend Canvas to support and left and right just the way CSS2 does. Once I get ...

The Any Key

I guess Compaq went a bit too far with trying to be user friendly.

JoteSite is BACK!!!

JoteSite, one of my favorite tech sites through all times, is finally back after a year (or 2?). I’ve been seing their “Coming soon” page for the entire time because I had it bookmarked in my News folder and I always use “Open in tabs” for that folder. The layout is a bit messy (but ...

Up and Running

This is my first post… Setting up and configuring MT was pretty straight forward but I know my mom would not have been able to do it Now I need to come up with a nicer layout and maybe even figure out how to send the correct content type (and make sure this thing is ...