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JS Envy: Embed yourself

31 Jan , 2015  

Let’s face it, the best part of JS Envy is also the most basic part: the on-page console. To make it a little bit sweeter, now you can load just the console. Taking it a step further, this means you can embed just the console. More…

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JS Envy: Play with others

31 Jan , 2015  

Now that you know how to build an environment yourself it is time to dig into what makes JS Envy great: sharing. You can link the loaded libraries and even the statements you have evaluated to your environment and share it all via an ugly URL. More…

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JS Envy: Play by yourself

30 Jan , 2015  

The first and most important thing that JS Envy enables is the ability to play with JavaScript libraries in the browser with a little effort as possible. Here are the basics behind using JS Envy to rapidly build a test environment. More…

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Something Code Related

18 Apr , 2014  

Sometimes I write code. Sometimes I write nonsense. More…

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In One Post: Backbone.js

18 Apr , 2014  

I don’t know everything about Backbone.js, but I would like to. This post should get us to a point of creating a true MVC application without hesitation, without the fancy stuff. More…

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Why Not Dojo?

18 Apr , 2014  

Recently, I was threatened that I might have to use Dojo for a project. Don’t worry, I would never let that happen. More…

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JS Envy: Minimal Testing Environment

18 Apr , 2014  

The story: As a Javascript developer, I would like to quickly create a minimal environment in which I can experiment with a library, without creating a new project and downloading a bunch of dependencies. More…