JavaScript ES3 ES5

by Antonio Carrasco Valero published 2018/06/09 21:30:00 GMT+2, last modified 2018-06-11T08:19:44+02:00
Summary listing of contents related to JavaScript technologies in their older ES3 ES6 versions, as distinguished from the newer ES6 and TypeScript evolutions.

asyncshell

by Antonio Carrasco Valero — last modified Jun 11, 2018 01:24 AM
Released on GitHub. AsyncShell is an end-to-end test framework, declarative through JSON test specifications, fully instrumented for detailed observation, and fully asynchronous through callbacks. AsyncShell includes out of the box components to test HTTP end-points and JSON APIs, as well as dynamic HTML and AngularJS applications, and filesystem content and operations. AsyncShell is a Node.js program, and delegates into Protractor to test AngularJS applications, itself built on top of WebDriverJS.

nomod

by Antonio Carrasco Valero — last modified Jun 11, 2018 12:46 AM
Released on GitHub. Toy module definition, resolution and dependency injection used by prettytype multi-platform as an alternative to angularjs, RequireJS, nodeJS.

prettytype

by Antonio Carrasco Valero — last modified Jun 11, 2018 08:16 AM
Released on GitHub. Multi-platform Javascript ES5 coding patterns and base super-prototypes, for write-once, run and test everywhere (angularjs, requirejs, nodejs). Reused in a number of commercial productos and some experiments.

SpringNut

by Antonio Carrasco Valero — last modified Jun 11, 2018 01:28 AM
End-2-end implementation AngularJS/Javascript/nginx/Tomcat/REST API/Spring+Roo/JPA/Java7/Hibernate+Envers/Oracle. Over-arching many layers and putting together and actual source of other cases like uiwire or asyncshell, first harvested from real-life origin of SpringNut, then released into the public domain under EUropean Public LIcense EUPL and GitHub.

uiwire

by Antonio Carrasco Valero — last modified Jun 11, 2018 01:23 AM
User Interface components for AngularJS including Tabs, Arguments, Table, Selector, Candidates, Editor, Creator, Action, and wires in between. Declarative framework for specification-driven automated provisioning of User interfaces over remote services (i.e. REST APIs). Reused in the SpringNut sample application for Spring.

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