Issue #30 - June 10, 2011
CouchDB 1.1.0 Released
Using jQuery with CoffeeScript
Hello Backbone.js: A Backbone Tutorial
Hello Backbone is a simple Backbone.js tutorial comprised of self-explanatory "hello world" examples of increasing complexity. It's well presented and has five steps. Hopefully it'll get extended a little further in future too.
Hello jQuery Mobile: A Quick Intro
In this short introduction, Paul Bridgestock shows off jQuery Mobile (aka jQM) and explains some of the requirements to use it, some of its pitfalls, and how to move on to using it yourself.
Object Creation and Property Definition in ECMAScript 5
Visual Demo of jQuery UI 'Easing' Effect Types
The Secrets of Node's Success
Node.js Digs Dirt: About Data-Intensive Real-Time Apps
Using Deferred in jQuery (in 28 minutes)
Dav Glass: YUI 3 and Node.js (Not Just For Web Pages)
Code and Libraries
Kyatchi: Node Powered SMTP Server and Live E-mail Previewer
Kyatchi is a Node.JS port of Mailcatcher, a Ruby and JS app that presents a local SMTP server and live e-mail previewer so you can preview e-mail that other apps you're developing on might want to send. Kyatchi is written on top of the Sinatra-like web framework for NodeJS, ExpressJS.
Multiplayer Snake Game using Node.JS and Websockets
Daniel Hoelzgen has built a multiplayer 'snake' game using Canvas, Node.js, and Websockets. Both the client side and server side code is written in CoffeeScript and it's surprisingly short.
GLOW: A Just-Above-Low-Level WebGL API
Weld: Generates and Binds Markup To Data
Tooltipsy: A jQuery Tooltip Plugin for Control Freaks
UI/Web Developer for CustomInk [Fairfax, Virginia]
Last but not least..