Topic: javascript

Kendo UI now offers JavaServer Pages server wrappers

Telerik’s enhancements also include HTML5-based interactive financial charts and cross-platform theme previews … continue reading

Microsoft introduces JavaScript ‘superset’

TypeScript language designed to make large-scale applications easier to develop … continue reading

Telerik Kendo UI: New tablet support and server wrappers

Software update helps developers build native-like HTML5 and JavaScript apps and websites for the iPad and other tablets … continue reading

Yahoo pours JavaScript users a Mojito

The company has released its open-source framework for mobile client-server applications … continue reading

Unobtrusive JavaScript and SharePoint

By separating behavior and presentation in Web pages, JavaScript and CSS code become more maintainable … continue reading

Windows & .NET Watch: How will Microsoft fill the gap?

Speculation abounds as to what will be included with C/C++ and HTML5 in Microsoft’s technologies going forward … continue reading

Node.js pushes JavaScript to the server-side

The next step for this language, though, is toward Windows … continue reading

Windows & .NET Watch: Waking up with JavaScript

JavaScript is tough to love, but with the right education and tools, it can be really effective … continue reading

Sencha updates JavaScript framework

Ext JS 4 eliminates plug-ins, and adds MVC architecture and easier theming … continue reading

Motorola buys JavaScript tool maker 280 North

The Creator of Objective-J and Cappuccino was snatched up in hopes of repurposing Web technologies for its devices … continue reading

Sencha creates touch-screen UI development framework

JavaScript RIA platform moves to support touch-based operating systems via CSS 3, HTML5 JavaScript … continue reading

WebSharper platform seeks to broaden F# use

IntelliFactory’s latest product seeks to supplement ASP.NET with its F# programming language … continue reading

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