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by Tomasz Janzcuk
by Jed Schmidt
by Thilo Utke
by Eduardo Lima Mitev
by Lea Verou
Polyfills, a term coined by Remy Sharp back in 2010, are scripts that mimic a future API providing fallback functionality to older browsers. The rise of HTML5, CSS3 and ES5 resulted in various polyfills being written by developers all over the world to fill in the gaps of browser support, so we can use new standards before they are universally adopted by browser makers.
In this talk, we will explore various techniques commonly employed in good polyfills and shims, so you can start writing your own when a polyfill for the feature you need is not already available. This way, not only you will be able to improve your own workflow, but also share it with the world and give back to the community.
by James Coglan
by tom robinson
dyn.js project born from the idea of leaving the past behind, and starting from scratch, using dynamic language jvm native support (present on JDK7).
This means that we can get free performance improvements, get a concise codebase, and steal ideas^H^H^H get inspiration from other JS implementations, without worrying with backwards compatibility.
by Amos Wenger
by Erik Corry
We have all been there before, doing something amazing when a single person decides to use the internet as his or her soapbox. Sometimes that single person is even ourselves. Chris closed this year's JSConf EU with yet another call to action for not just the JS community, but the technology community at large. This time about how we can and should not just change our community, but change ourselves, for the better.
p.s. please share. please be kind.
1st–2nd October 2011