Another aspect of this library is to demonstrate proper use of the ES5 concepts and gracefully degrade in situations where ES5 is not found and the current run time cannot be augmented with the logic required for compatible operation.
This project is not dead, I have just been enjoying summer... there is plenty more to come...
I have fixed a bug in the List with primitive Types and I have also added a Dictionary and UnitTests.
I have also ensured that all forms of the LINQ Syntax work as listed on the Examples page.
attributes than were not available at the time. These libraries went the additional step of even giving standard support to all browsers...
Features such as:
Placeholder text on inputs.
A Ux Framework which includes Controls, Windows, Start Menu, Clock and Desktop with full CSS3 transition support and minimizing windows to the start menu (With css3 hardware accelerated live window preview). There is also a TaskManager. All of this
degrades nicely to IE6 and 7 by the way :)
I am thinking of giving this library the Full Treatment and I am going to give my Application class so this way web developers can see how easy it can be to create plugins which work together intelligently with the new Application Model.
I will be porting them from MooTools as I work on the JS CLR.
Let me know what you think!
You can see live example of these libraries @
** This library has nothing to do with the anontune library which can be found @
It is more like one of the following libraries: (And occasionally borrows code from)
In the future the name of this library may be changed to csjs for:
or 'cs7js' Whichever I eventually decide...
behind a layer of abstract so that users are not able to see your code with a call to the .toString of a member.
This code works well with
MooTools for now. jQuery is not tested or supported although I imagine it can be.