Sessions at GOTO Amsterdam 2011 about CommonJS and JavaScript

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Thursday 13th October 2011

  • JavaScript: Mozilla Rhino

    by Attila Szegedi

    Mozilla Rhino is a JavaScript interpreter written in Java and running on the JVM. It's one of the oldest implementations of a non-Java language on the JVM platform, and has the distinguished honor of having a version of it being shipped in the Oracle JRE distributions as the default JVM scripting language. In this hands-on talk we'll discuss how to integrate Rhino into your JVM-based project, the Java-JavaScript bridging, as well as unorthodox features (i.e. first-class continuations) and newer features (support for CommonJS modules). You should come away from this talk with a good idea of what can Rhino do for you, and how can you easily make it do it.

    At 1:20pm to 2:10pm, Thursday 13th October