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    docs.oracle.com Chapter 6 Unified Expression Language (The Java EE 6 Tutorial, Volume I)

    ${mySuit == "hearts"} Referring to Object Properties Using Value Expressions To refer to properties of a bean or an Enum instance, items of a collection, or attributes of an implicit object, you use the . or [] notation, which is similar to the notation used by ECMAScript language. For more infor... Read article

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    javascript.crockford.com Douglas Crockford's Javascript

    Ecmascript.org ECMAScript Language Specification - Fifth Edition JavaScript: The Wrrrld's Most Misunderstood Programming Language ( Chinese Czech French German Italian Japanese Korean Portuguese Russian Serbian Spanish Turkish ) Code Conventions for the JavaScript Programming Language ( Chinese R... Read article

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    blog.corriga.net Jazz Programming: ECMAScript 4

    The guys at Ecmascript.org are actively working on a new revision of the standard, and have recently published a new proposal for ECMAScript, edition 4, complete with a reference implementation. This new proposal looks like a 180° turn from the current language, moving to a class-based object ori... Read article

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    yuiblog.com What is the meaning of this? » Yahoo! User Interface Blog (YUIBlog)

    Comment by Patrick Logan — March 31, 2012 # It has been simplified again: http://wiki.ecmascript.org/doku.php?id=strawman:arrow_function_syntax Methods (dynamic this) are now handled by object literals (which have a shorter method notation) and (possibly) class declarations. Comment by Axel Rausc... Read article

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    msdnrss.thecoderblogs.com Let’s start again | MSDN Blogs

    The language, for all its merits, has serious flaws and the only way to “fix” them is to keep adding new stuff to the language. If you follow the discussions on http://wiki.ecmascript.org , which I do with decreasing frequency and increasing distaste it is hard to be optimistic that JavaScript is... Read article

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    blog.chromium.org Chromium Blog: The Future of JavaScript – take a peek today!

    February 11, 2012 3:37 AM February 13, 2012 6:55 AM Perhaps the post should update the words "lexical" to "block" http://wiki.ecmascript.org/doku.php?id=harmony:block_scoped_bindings I'd love to see a great transition plan so Joe Developer can start using this. I could see Google or others offeri... Read article

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    adobe.com Adding video to a web page | Adobe Developer Connection

    ActionScript 3 is a programming language that's based on the ECMAScript standard (the same standard on which JavaScript is based). For more information about ActionScript 3, see Programming Adobe ActionScript 3.0 for Adobe Flash on the Adobe website. The best practice for Flash documents is to pl... Read article

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    thenewcircle.com ECMAScript 6 with Kit Cambridge - NewCircle

    Stay Up To Date We can notify you via email when a comment is posted here. You need to be logged in to take advantage of this feature. Related Upcoming Classes ECMAScript 6 with Kit Cambridge Posted on Sep 5, 2013 (27 weeks ago). Seen 520 times. No comments. Stream Posts: 84 ECMAScript 6 brings l... Read article

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    zumbrunn.com Zumbrunn.com - Javascript for Java programmers

    ECMAScript 4 Reference Implementation John Resig on Javascript as a language Javascript for Java programmers Read article

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    ejohn.org John Resig - ECMAScript 4 Papers

    I think it would be better for the talking point to be something like “ES4 is mostly compatible with ES3.” This emphases that they are close but migrating will take some work and doesn’t have the feeling of “well this is how we want to market it but be sure to read the small print.” @Peter: There... Read article

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    blog.mozilla.org ECMAScript | dherman at mozilla

    On February 9th I gave a talk at the Mountain View JavaScript meetup , hosted by Google, on some of the cool features we’re working on for the next version of ECMAScript. Max Walker from Marakana, Inc. did a beautiful job recording and editing the video. Caveat: there’s one point in the video whe... Read article

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    On one side there was the proposal called ES4. It was unfortunate that it adopted that name because it strongly suggested that it was destined to be the Fourth Edition of ECMAScript, a fate that was not certain. The project was very open to new ideas and features, adopting a porkbarrel attitude t... Read article

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    nczonline.net ECMAScript 6 collections, Part 2: Maps | NCZOnline

    ECMAScript 6 collections, Part 2: Maps Maps, like sets, are also a familiar topic for those coming from other languages. The basic idea is to map a value to a unique key in such a way that you can Read article

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    lpetr.org ECMAScript 4 | Leons Tech Blog

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    dnzone.com ECMAScript 4 Milestone 2 Released - Web Development - News - DNzone.COM

    ECMAScript 4 M2 has been released and Francis Cheng has posted about the new version. The new build, M2 (for Milestone 2), replaces the M1 build that was posted back in November 2007. Read article

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