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Mauro De Giorgi, Jan. 28, 2012

Javascript lists add, edit, sort and search (and pagination) in 9Kb

http://listjs.com/
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Mauro De Giorgi, Jan. 18, 2012

Hello Backbone is a simple Backbone.js tutorial comprised of self-explanatory “hello world” examples of increasing complexity. It was designed to provide a smoother transition from zero to the popular Todos example.

http://arturadib.com/hello-backbonejs/
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Mauro De Giorgi, Jan. 6, 2012

Interactive Maps in Javascript

http://leaflet.cloudmade.com/
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Mauro De Giorgi, Sept. 9, 2011

Build web apps beautifully and quickly

batman.js is a full-stack microframework extracted from real use and designed to maximize developer and designer happiness. It favors convention over configuration, template-less views, and high performance by simply not doing very much. It all adds up to blazingly fast web apps with a great development process.

http://batmanjs.org/
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Mauro De Giorgi, July 12, 2011

A framework-agnostic styled alert system for javascript.

http://ssssnakes.com/smoke/
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Mauro De Giorgi, June 15, 2011

Some cool javascript tutorial on how to create art with Canvas and Javascript.

http://www.bit-101.com/blog/?cat=17
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Mauro De Giorgi, May 30, 2011

Javascript – How Prototypal Inheritance really works

Everywhere on the web we read that Javascript has prototypal inheritance. However Javascript only provides by default a specific case of prototypal inheritance with the new operator. Therefore, most of the explanations are really confusing to read. This article aims to clarify what is prototypal inheritance and how to really use it on Javascript.

http://blog.vjeux.com/2011/javascript/how-prototypal-inheritance-really-works.html
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Mauro De Giorgi, May 30, 2011

EveryJS, a collection of javascript tools and library, very useful!

http://www.everyjs.com/
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Mauro De Giorgi, May 21, 2011

Eloquent JavaScript
A Modern Introduction to Programming
by Marijn Haverbeke

Eloquent JavaScript is a book providing an introduction to the JavaScript programming language and programming in general.A concise and balanced mix of principles and pragmatics. I loved the tutorial-style game-like program development. This book rekindled my earliest joys of programming. Plus, JavaScript!—Brendan Eich, the man who gave us JavaScriptThe book exists in two forms. It was originally written and published in digital form, which includes interactive examples and a mechanism for playing with all the example code. This version is released under an open license.I have published a revised version of the book on paper. The structure of this version remained largely the same, but the whole text has been thorougly edited and updated.

http://eloquentjavascript.net/
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Mauro De Giorgi, May 4, 2011

How much library code do you really need — 50K? 100K? 150K? More? How much of that do you really use?

Sure, we all love our favorite monolithic frameworks, and sometimes we even use them fully. But how often do we reach for the ride-on John Deere tractor with air conditioning and six-speaker sound system, when a judiciously applied pocketknife would do the trick better, faster, slicker?

Micro-frameworks are definitely the pocketknives of the JavaScript library world: short, sweet, to the point. And at 5k and under, micro-frameworks are very very portable. A micro-framework does one thing and one thing only — and does it well. No cruft, no featuritis, no feature creep, no excess anywhere.

Microjs.com helps you discover the most compact-but-powerful microframeworks, and makes it easy for you to pick one that’ll work for you.

Want to add your own? Fork this site on GitHub, add your framework to data.js and submit a pull request.

http://microjs.com/
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