Author: Manuel Lemos
Updated on: 2017-01-03
Posted on: 2017-01-03
This article contains a transcript and a 2 minute video summary of the podcast.
Podcast Summary (01:00)
WebAssembly has reached the Browser Preview milestone (3:40)
async/await support in Firefox (6:48)
JSONata query and transformation language (16:08)
turbo.js - perform massive parallel computations in your browser with GPU (22:27)
Debug your DOM history using Vorlon.js (24:22)
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Introduction music: Riviera by Ernani Joppert, São Paulo, Brazil
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5 Minute Summary Video
- turbo.js - perform massive parallel computations in your browser with GPU
So the next the we will comment just to mention that async and await which are features that EcmaScript 6 are finally available in firefox at least in the nightly build. So that is the news.
Next we are going to talk about a package that is basically a query and a transformation language that is used to manipulate JSON data. So it's called Jsonate the package.
Then will be talking about a debug your DOM history using Vorlon.js. Basically it will allow you to to see what changes happen to your pages, what Dom nodes were changed throughout a period of the time.
And finally we have an interesting article about something that I'm not yet sure how it works but it seems interesting. Its called Holographic.js. Its a Windows component to implement Holographic applications.
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