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Promise
by on October 20, 2014 10:38 am

If you haven’t worked with JavaScript in over a decade, you might be surprised at the advances that have been made in this language. At one time, JavaScript was used mainly for swapping “one image for another in response to user-generated mouse events” [1], and now, it is a full-fledged language used for both front […]

prototypal inheritance
by on October 6, 2014 11:06 am

I’ve recently been working a lot with JavaScript (specifically, Backbone with Marionette) after many years of working predominantly with Java. When I start something that is a little different for me, it is always my tendency to want to jump in and start using it immediately. But in this situation, I have found that understanding […]

Numbers
by on September 29, 2014 9:20 am

The state of web application cryptography has changed, and each development language provides its own way of working with it. I will touch on the current state of random number generation and the differences found with it within the Java and JavaScript development languages. When designing and building web applications, security concerns obviously play a […]

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