Paul Miller’s es6-shim gives you functionality that will be in ECMAScript 6 (code-named ECMAScript.next), on ECMAScript 5 engines. It was initially based on a project of mine, but adds much new functionality, Node.js compatibility, and (not least) tests.
var sb = new StringBuilder(); sb << add("abc") << add("def");And a type Point that can be used as follows:
var p = new Point(); p._ = new Point(1, 2) + new Point(3, 4) + new Point(5, 6); p._ = new Point(1, 2) * new Point(3, 4) * new Point(5, 6);
One of Chrome’s greatest features is that it has one process per tab. In May 2009, Mozilla announced the Electrolysis project whose goal is to give Firefox the same feature. Mozilla now says that they are putting the project on hold, because it was too ambitious.
This post outlines some of the challenges that our current economies are faced with and explains how a basic income can be a solution.