May 162006

I’ve just posted a new article on building and using the JavaScript shell. It’s a handy way to experiment with JavaScript — especially if you want to try out new features of upcoming versions of the language.

The idea to do that article came about while I was experimenting with the new JavaScript 1.7 stuff and running into things into things I didn’t know what to do with. So I figured an article would be a good idea.

 Posted by at 2:00 PM

  4 Responses to “Mmmm… JavaScript”

  1. I’m not sure if this is a must, but I assume clone(function, [scope]) should be clone(function [, scope]) …

  2. Yes, it should be. There are a couple of glitches like that, I think, that I need to clean up.

  3. Would be very nice to have javascript on the server talk to javascript on the browser (ie mozilla). Maybe a fastcgi interface or scgi or maybe another one to talk to httpd ( for example).

    Have lots of ideas for this is you would like.

  4. I think for most people, Jesse’s JavaScript Shell is more useful:

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