Thursday, December 24th, 2009

Closure Lite

Category: Closure, Google

Michael Bolin formerly of Google has created Closure Lite as a way to let developers get their feet wet in the Closure library without having to go into the compiler and the like (but they should do that eventually!).

Closure Lite itself consists of the following subset of APIs:

It is build via the closure compiler itself, building from a set of goog.require() calls :)

Posted by Dion Almaer at 6:39 am

2.2 rating from 49 votes


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File size?

Comment by Jordan1 — December 25, 2009

Why lite version?? Google compiler will remove all unused code.

Comment by steida — December 25, 2009

without having to go into the compiler

Comment by mawe — December 27, 2009

Do not use closure without compiler.
Though, nice to play around with to get accustomed to closure.

Comment by BenGerrissen — December 28, 2009

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