Friday, August 15th, 2008

AppJet improves, and teaches you along the way

AppJet, the server side JavaScript Y Combinator startup, has been improving all the time, including these new updates which allow for better database work:

javascript

  1. storage.threads
  2.   .sortBy('-timestamp') //sort first so we skip the right ones
  3.   .skip(start)
  4.   .limit(items)
  5.   .forEach(function(thread){
  6.           printp(thread.text)
  7.   })

Also, they just released a bunch of tutorials that cover JavaScript and HTML using an app that that they wrote on their engine itself.

For example, this will fire up an in-browser test area that you can tweak and play with to see what happens in real-time in front of your eyes.

Posted by Dion Almaer at 6:20 am
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Doesn’t work in Safari.

Comment by Synchro — August 16, 2008

@Synchro: Can you be more specific? The AppJet site has full support for Safari 3.

Comment by DavidLG — August 23, 2008

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