Just looking at the quickstart demo of Meteor, the hot new web framework people seem to be getting excited about. First thought. Seems to me that far more important than using the same language for the client and server is being able to write the client and server code in the same file. That is something I’ve […]
Bloody hell! Three.js is cool. And CSG. What can’t you do in the browser these days?
Just a note. I am really, really liking CoffeeScript now. It’s reminding me both of freedom that Python gave me when I first turned to it after Java. And bit of my experience with Erlang. ( If only it had Erlang’s Actor model and pattern matching arguments … ) The other good effect of this, […]
I think TidyLines is the best browser-based outliner I’ve seen. At least in terms of how it feels at the keyboard.