Of course it comes with unit tests in qUnit. If its good enough for jQuery, its good enough for my toys.
As usual, also available on GitHub.
Now back to WPF till enough people ask me for 3 letters.
Fellow Lab49er Domenic Denicola shows 2 ways to put a JS app on your desktop with Node.js topped off by a demo of HTML PacMan running as a desktop app. Now it’s a browser app without annoying permission requests, cross site capability, no version support worries, and some other goodies the frameworks provide.
The Lab49 picnic was a blast. Sun, lake, beach, food, beer and volleyball. Some cute kids came too. I highly recommend the bus and my son keeps talking about the ski trip, but he gave this one a big thumbs up too.
Quote of the Week
I wish I could be so confident to find a disagreement, but I bet I’d come to the same conclusion.
Architecture, Architecture, Architecture
Six glowing reviews for Release It! A couple Lab49ers, including who has met the author, think the book is worthy. And it has a Jolt Award. Interestingly, more than one Lab49er pans the Pragmatic Bookshelf in general.
Of couse GoF and PoEAA are must reads. IMHO anyone who hasn’t read these yet must be a bit wet behind the ears. After that Domain Driven Design is highly recommended, with an interesting critique on “Who should drive paradigms”.
Also, Continuous Delivery.
My reading list just got longer.
Great to see that JAVA now has its own anthem.
I don’t know what it means either, but there’s a few people @Lab who do. It has something to do with Flex and Wmode, whatever that is…