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Last week, we discussed the JSON format. Today we are going to take a deeper look in the object structure in JavaScript. In most object-oriented programming languages you have some kind of classical inheritance. This means that the language allows you to define a sort of blueprint of an object named a class. JavaScript doesn’t […]

This week we’re taking a break from complex code structures (like modules in the previous issue) and we get back to basics. JSON is a lightweight data-interchange format. Easy to read/parse but also to write/generate. It’s related to the way we notate objects in JavaScript, that’s why it’s called JavaScript Object Notation. Visit the website: […]

In issue #8 we learned how we could create a framework with a closure and return object. We can extend this template for creating modules for a previously defined framework or parent module. By modifying the framework template a little bit, we can create a module that plugs into another object. In the example above, […]

Since Java SE 7, update 6 , JavaFX is part of the Java SE, it is officially replacing Swing as Oracle’s UI library for Java, and it runs on (any) desktop, mobile, and within the browser (applet). Java SE 7 includes version JavaFX 2.2, Java SE 8 includes JavaFX8, i.e. the version we will use here. In this […]

In the last blogpost we talked about closures and how they provide a great way to hide variables and functions from the outside world. We can combine our knowledge about namespaces and closures to create a simple framework. In JavaScript, frameworks aren’t just for external libraries. It’s good and common practice to define a JavaScript […]