In this post I will talk about Mozilla’s Web Audio Data API. I will cover where we have come from, demonstrate some of the incredible results that have already been achieved; I will talk about why audio in the browser is so important, take a look at where we are headed and explore some of […]

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I’m pleased to announce the addition of Elijah Grey as a core contributor to the PollenJS  project. Eli has an exceptional (albeit short)  background in JavaScript development using bleeding-edge technology. Just the kind of guy we like to have around bocoup.com. A few thing that Eli and I have already begun hashing out: Modular loading […]

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Rick and I had a blast this weekend at the jQuery conference. We enjoyed the people, the talks, the typos, and the generally high caliber of developers in the jQuery Community. Our favorite typo was in the program. Rebecca Murphy‘s talk on Object Literals was misprinted as Object Laterals. So I grabbed objectlateral.com, and Rick […]

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As a follow up to my previous post regarding Javascript Web Workers, I’m pleased to announce the release of PollenJS, the first worker-specific javascript library: PollenJS on github PollenJS offers the following: Utility Methods fn trim each to_array in_array clone last unique merge filter map keys values isArr isFn isStr isNum isUndef isNull extend JSON […]

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