Monthly Archives: October 2012

Extending Objects in Underscore

Underscore is a very nice library, it’s what Backbone JS is built on. What I’ve come to like about it is its ability to provide very helpful functions that let you more effectively work with sets of data. Below is … Continue reading 

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Extending Objects in Dojo

Dojo works a bit differently than we saw with jQuery and ExtJS. They have the notion of extend as well as mixin. These both behave differently, not only from each other, but from the previous jQuery.extend and Ext.apply. These methods … Continue reading 

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Extending Objects in Ext JS

Last time we explored JavaScript object extension we dove into the most popular JavaScript library in the known universe, jQuery. This time around we’ll be looking at Ext JS, a framework I’ve been using quite a bit lately. Ext JS … Continue reading 

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