Tag Archives: JavaScript


From the coffeescript homepage: Underneath all of those embarrassing braces and semicolons, JavaScript has always had a gorgeous object model at its heart. That sums up my feelings about javascript almost exactly.

JavaScript Is Sweet

While reading Oliver Steele’s article on JavaScript Memoization this bit jumped out at me. function Angle(radians) {this.setRadians(radians)} Angle.prototype.setRadians = function(radians) { this.radians = radians; this.getDegrees.reset(); }; Angle.prototype.getDegrees = function() { return this.radians * 180 / Math.PI; } memoizeConstantMethod(Angle.prototype, ‘getDegrees’); The reason that jumped out is that getDegrees is a function that returns a number, but […]