Best JavaScript Frameworks To Build Your Next App

Looking to build a new feature-rich JavaScript app or registration page? These days websites are full applications that run in the browser, and you’ll need a solid foundation to build them on. In this article we’ll compare some of the most popular JavaScript frameworks and give some examples of sites that use them. React.js ReactRead More

LivePipe UI High-Quality Controls & Widgets for Prototype Programming

Introduction LivePipe UI is a suite of high quality widgets and controls for web 2.0 applications built using the Prototype JavaScript Framework. Each control is well tested, highly extensible, fully documented and degrades gracefully for non JavaScript enabled browsers where possible. MIT licensed and actively maintained.Event Oriented Programming introduces a mechanism to create and observeRead More

Event.Behavior Natural language event programming for Prototype

Introduction This library is inspired by Adam McCrea’s MetaProgramming Javascript Presentation. It is mainly an experiment in meta-programming, I intend to apply the research towards a more practical extension to Prototype at some point in the future. In Action with(Event.Behavior){      set_style(styles).on(paragraphs).when(selects).change();  }   Size Color Weight Font By changing any of the select boxes above, the styles onRead More

Warehouse v1.1.5: SVN Blame, Simpler DNS Setupn

Warehouse v1.1.5 has dropped, bringing SVN Blame support and an option for simpler domain settings. This should be a painless upgrade if you have the warehouse:upgrade task set up properly. Basically, just put this parallel to warehouse v1.1.4, make your necessary web server changes to use this version of warehouse, and restart. Changes: Svn BlameRead More

Braindump Admidst Important Presentations on Rubinius, RSpec, and Adhearsion

Boy, it has been a busy couple of weeks. We’ve been cruising in silent mode for a bit, while attending RubyConf 2007 and finding a place to live. Here are a few things swirling around in my head that haven’t made it to a blog post yet… RubyConf was great. It’s amazing how much theRead More

How to format text in messages and tickets

Lighthouse are another partner tht uses Markdown for it’s default text formatting for Tickets, Pages, Milestone Goals and Messages inside your Account and Projects. Previously, Lighthouse only used a custom textile-like formatting which worked well for very basic formatting needs, but did not allow for specific features that were in high demand, such as nestedRead More

Rails Hosting in the Cloud On-demand deployment and management Partnership

Our Affiliate at Engine Yard Solon offers Rails Hosting in the CloudOn-demand deployment and management of your Ruby on Rails application on Amazon EC2. You get Engine Yard’s battle-tested Ruby on Rails stack and Rails hosting deployment expertise in an easy-to-use interface for $129 per month minimum.Sign up now! Find out more about SoloRails FocusRead More