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Flusspferd

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  Analyzed about 7 hours ago

Javascript bindings for C++, a Javascript interpreter/shell & Javascript/C++ module system. It includes a few Javascript classes and modules. It supports easy embedding of Javascript in C++ and vice versa. The currently supported engine is Spidermonkey.

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wxJavaScript

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  Analyzed about 15 hours ago

wxJavaScript started as a project for porting wxWidgets to JavaScript. But at this time, wxJavaScript is a lot more. wxJavaScript has an Apache module mod_wxjs, an SQLite module, ... And many other modules are planned. So with wxJavaScript, you can write server side scripts for generating (x)html ... [More] pages, system scripts, GUI applications, ... in one of the most used programming languages: JavaScript. wxJavaScript uses SpiderMonkey. SpiderMonkey is the JavaScript engine of Mozilla. E4X is activated in wxJavaScript. E4X is a programming language extension that adds native XML support to JavaScript. [Less]

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jsapigen

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  Analyzed about 12 hours ago

jsapigen generates glue code for embedding Mozilla's JavaScript engine into C applications.

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GibberMonkey

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This project is a JavaScript scriptable IRC bot, programmable even from the chatroom. It is the result of a marriage between the SpiderMonkey engine & the SmartIrc4Net library. The SmartIrc4Net is a C# port of Net_SmartIRC, a PHP Pear project providing an API to IRC. Part of the purpose of ... [More] GibberMonkey is to be the usability testbed for the new generic object embedding in spidermonkey-dotnet. This is written in C#, and should be working on the Mono platform in early versions. [Less]

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spidermonkey-dotnet

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  Analyzed about 13 hours ago

spidermonkey-dotnet is a binding between the original javascript engine SpiderMonkey and the .Net platform. Future releases will include easy to use javascript wrappers for .Net objects, and possibly the exposure of the .Net class library to JS.

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GLUEscript

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  Analyzed about 17 hours ago

GLUEscript (Glueing Libraries Using EcmaScript) is the successor of wxJavaScript. The new name covers the goal of this project: create a JavaScript engine which can be used as a general purpose language (like Perl for instance).

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MonkeyScript

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  Analyzed about 15 hours ago

MonkeyScript is a project made to create a clean usable environment for JavaScript development outside of the browser — on the server, on the command line, and more. Along with libraries and a system for downloading and installing them. The main focus is server-side applications, but that is not ... [More] the complete orientation. MonkeyScript takes JavaScript gives it a clean environment and standard library, a module system, and implements the ability to serve out web pages and web applications on top of that. From there any sort of web framework you wish to create can be built. [Less]

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golfdom

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golfdom is a DOM implementation and browser environment written in JavaScript. It aims to be compatible with Mozilla's Gecko, and to support popular JavaScript libraries like jQuery and Prototype for use server-side or anywhere else a DOM is required but a browser is unavailable. golfdom is close ... [More] to basic functionality and can run Prototype 1.6 with some modifications to the Prototype source. Statusgolfdom is unfortunately nowhere near completion. Some of the things it's lacking: event handler support lots of other stuff DevelopmentI've been testing golfdom with SEE, a fantastic JavaScript interpreter library. SEE comes packaged with an interpreter that can be used to develop and run golfdom. How to UseGet a JavaScript interpreter like SEE (C), Rhino (Java) or SpiderMonkey (C). Change the println() statements in document.js to the native output function of the interpreter you're using. In see-shell, the one packaged with libSEE, it's print(). Put together a simple test script that includes document.js and element.js, and use document.render() to print your browser-less DOM tree. Simple Exampledocument = new Document(); document.title = "golfdom is Awesome"; p1 = document.createElement("p"); p1.innerHTML = "this is the first paragraph."; p1.id = "first_paragraph"; document.body.appendChild(p1); p2 = document.createElement("p"); p2.innerHTML = "this is the second paragraph"; document.body.appendChild(p2); if(document.getElementById("first_paragraph")) { p2.innerHTML = "I found an element id using the dom interface."; }else{ p2.innerHTML = "I didn't find an element id using the dom interface."; } document.render(); [Less]

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