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Latest Blog Posts for TysonJS

  • How do you make a CompoundJS application? (Part 1)
    on Jan 1, 1970
    NodeJS may still be young, but there are already several MVC frameworks popping up to run exclusively on Node. My favorite is CompoundJS. Compound was written to look like to Ruby on Rails. In fact, Compound's original name was "Railway on Express."...
  • How do you write an Anvil.js plugin?
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Anvil.js is a powerful "Convention over configuration" build tool that was built by Alex Robson and sponsored by appendTo, which is incidentally where I work now. One of the most powerful things about Anvil is that it has an intentionally light core.
  • What is $.map?
    on Jan 1, 1970
    JQuery comes loaded with various utility methods that make manipulating elements and data easier. One really useful method is jQuery.map(). Map is used to manipulate array values. Behind the scenes, jQuery.map loops over any array that you feed it an...
  • Getting the most out of your time
    on Jan 1, 1970
    A few years ago, I was working for a small startup in the financial industry. We were working against time to get an application finished before the dwindling money supply was depleted. In the end, we were not able to meet our mark. However, during m...
  • Hosting multiple websites on the same WordPress installation
    on Jan 1, 1970
    I have several WordPress websites that I've designed and developed. Perhaps a little known secret is that I have all of the sites hosted inside a single WordPress installation instead of hosting a completely unique installation for each site. Sharing...
  • Top 5 Backbone Plugins
    on Jan 1, 1970
    BackboneJS is a great framework for building large scalable JavaScript applications. One of the best things about Backbone is that the community has built countless amazing plugins that extend the Backbone namespace. I've compiled a list with just a...
  • How can I share EJS templates between the client-side and the server-side?
    on Jan 1, 1970
    The release of Node.js in 2009 ushered in discussions about the endless possibilities for sharing code between the client-side and the server side. While there are several good examples of entire libraries working very well on both ends, most of the...
  • _.fire() – A plugin for underscore
    on Jan 1, 1970
    JavaScript is different from other programming languages because it is asynchronous. That means that there is a possibility that several things can be happening at the same time. In other words, JavaScript doesn't wait for one thing to execute before...
  • 2013 Resolutions
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Another year has come and gone and it is now officially 2013. I guess the Mayan Apocalypse didn't happen after all. I've always been a big advocate of making goals and this year is no different. Goals help you plan out your future and enable you to b...
  • Off the Charts – jQuery ToastChart Plugin
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Before I left Moontoast last month, they worked with me to open-source a HTML5 canvas jQuery charting library I created for their internal analytics tool. I wrote a blog entry for their developer blog introducing jQuery ToastChart. I thought you migh...
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