Tag Archives: nodejs

Org Mode Parser 0.1.1 is OUT

Hi all, I have released version 0.1.1 of org-mode-parser for nodejs Org mode parser is a parser for reading Emacs org-mode files in nodejs. This version  has been ported to VisualStudio Community Edition 2015, so you can develop easily under … Continue reading
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Dart Sith move first

So Dart Sith has just launched his first DeathStar, my young JavaScript fellow: a site devoted to the Dart language Because I am a very old Jedi (1974, before ever the first WtartWars trilogy showdown)  I had to rest a … Continue reading
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Org Mode Parser 0.0.6 is OUT

Hi all, I have released version 0.0.6 of org-mode-parser for nodejs Org mode parser is a parser for reading org-mode files in nodejs. It features more then 80 unit tests, and support also for :DRAWER: and archive tag. The parser can … Continue reading
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JavaScript Wars hits nodejs

This week, the nodejs community had a big flame. All was started by this blog post, which  tried to slap down node.js server because of its mono-thread nature. And node.js fight back knocking down the attacker. Let’see how.
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Org Mode parser for nodejs is here, right now!

If you love Emacs Org Mode, and you are looking for a JavaScript parser for it, you are in the right place! I have just published an org-mode parser for Node.js, the Javascript based server a lot of guys talk … Continue reading
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Learn Javascript for the 2012

So we are here again talking about Javascript. I have already wrote an article comparing a well known SmallTalk implementation to Javascript. If my ideas are right (at least a bit), you will see more and more javascript on the … Continue reading
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