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From Daniel Wasilewski <devudes...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [FalconJS] concepts
Date Wed, 28 Nov 2012 23:00:45 GMT
Well,

I feel like one, because only FalconJS subject activated me on this list :)

And to eliminate the 'IF' from your conditional statement, just a quick one:

http://jsperf.com/jqury-vs-plainjs

Dan

On 11/28/2012 10:26 PM, Michael Schmalle wrote:
> Hey,
>
> Your not an outsider, everything I have read of yours is golden. At 
> least you are trying to explain this stuff to people who don't have a 
> lot of js experience.
>
> If what you are saying about jQuery and performance is true then;
>
> "I do believe that it is possible to make a easy to develop 
> environment and spit out efficient code on the other side.
> And not many ongoing development in this area has as much opportunity 
> to get something done well as Apache has at the moment."
>
> I couldn't agree more. Sometimes being an infant has it's advantages 
> in a new world because you don't have any bad habits yet!
>
>
> Mike
>
>
>
>
> Quoting Daniel Wasilewski <devudesign@gmail.com>:
>
>> I can spare my free time on this, Possibly not on Apache contributor 
>> level because I am total noob when comes to it. I don't even managed 
>> to set up my environment for flexSDK ;) But this is because I've got 
>> AIR corrupted and some windows x86 redistributable corupted libs 
>> blabla, the only reasonable solution is to go for fresh Windows 
>> installation. Hell no...!! ;)
>>
>> I am not JS guru, but would like to get involved and do my best even 
>> as outsider.
>> I was digging into JS for past year just to investigate the 
>> possibilities. Mostly from performance point of view and mobile 
>> development.
>>
>>
>> In regards to instanceof:
>>
>>
>> Here is something that haxe is using
>>
>> js.Boot.__instanceof = function(o,cl) {
>>     try {
>>         if(o instanceof cl) {
>>             if(cl == Array) return o.__enum__ == null;
>>             return true;
>>         }
>>         if(js.Boot.__interfLoop(o.__class__,cl)) return true;
>>     } catch( e ) {
>>         if(cl == null) return false;
>>     }
>>     switch(cl) {
>>     case Int:
>>         return Math.ceil(o%2147483648.0) === o;
>>     case Float:
>>         return typeof(o) == "number";
>>     case Bool:
>>         return o === true || o === false;
>>     case String:
>>         return typeof(o) == "string";
>>     case Dynamic:
>>         return true;
>>     default:
>>         if(o == null) return false;
>>         if(cl == Class && o.__name__ != null) return true; else null;
>>         if(cl == Enum && o.__ename__ != null) return true; else null;
>>         return o.__enum__ == cl;
>>     }
>> }
>>
>>
>> having something like that implemented
>>
>> 'is' is as easy as:
>>
>> Std["is"] = function(v,t) {
>>     return js.Boot.__instanceof(v,t);
>> }
>>
>> But obviously, it needs to live within rest of the sugar :).
>>
>> Are you able to provide the list of stuff/fields that compiler is 
>> expecting to meet on the other side?
>>
>> Dan
>>
>>
>> On 11/28/2012 9:42 PM, Alex Harui wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>> On 11/28/12 1:35 PM, "Daniel Wasilewski" <devudesign@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> So, please tell me why not to go the classic route as a very little 
>>>> overhaul
>>>> for the application that can be built on top of AS3/Flex?
>>>> This is bloody 3 classes with 4 methods in it, and we are not 
>>>> talking here
>>>> about few % but tens.
>>>> It can only grow exponentially to the scale of your project.
>>> I don't know enough to have an reason not to go the classic route.  But
>>> someone else will have to step up to do the work.
>>>
>>> That said, because we are cross compiling AS, does the classic route 
>>> support
>>> as many features of AS, especially the reflection-oriented 
>>> features?  We
>>> want to try to compile business logic untouched and it might be 
>>> using "is",
>>> "in", "instanceof", etc.  Resig's blog seems to indicate that 
>>> support for
>>> instanceOf was important and required all of that code.
>>>
>>>> Dan
>>>
>>
>>
>


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