Category: featured

  • Working with Intern Recorder

    Working with Intern Recorder

    Dylan Schiemann | August 7, 2015

    So you’ve had a chance to try out Intern Recorder, our new Chrome DevTools extension for recording functional tests, and now you want to efficiently work these tests into your workflow? This post will guide you through these steps and provide helpful advice for improving the tests you record. The goal with Intern Recorder is

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  • Intern 3 is here!

    Intern 3 is here!

    Colin Snover | July 30, 2015

    Today, we’re very happy to announce the release of Intern 3! This newest version of Intern is a culmination of several months of effort to overhaul the primary portions of the test system in order to provide a more stable and robust platform for building future features and enhancements.

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  • Simple Model-View synchronization with dstore and Dijit

    Simple Model-View synchronization with dstore and Dijit

    Dylan Schiemann | July 28, 2015

    Nearly every sufficiently large web application looks for a mechanism to efficiently synchronize or bind data between the Model and the View. There are many large scale application frameworks and approaches focused on this, whether the binding is one-directional like React, or follows other approaches such as those seen with AmpersandJS, Angular, Aurelia, Backbone, Ember,

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  • Testable code best practices

    Testable code best practices

    Colin Snover | July 11, 2014

    Many of the best practices for writing testable code also conform to general code best practices. Code that is easily testable often also tends to be highly maintainable and resilient against changing business requirements. This blog post provides a brief overview of key criteria for writing highly testable code.

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  • Generating and Viewing Custom Dojo API Documentation

    Generating and Viewing Custom Dojo API Documentation

    Paul Bouchon | January 18, 2013

    When developing a JavaScript framework that others will consume, it’s hugely beneficial to provide clean, organized API documentation to accompany your codebase. With the August release of Dojo 1.8, we saw a brand new, extensible documentation parser, which is used to generate output for Dojo’s API viewer. Generating documentation for any project and serving up

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  • Introducing dojo/request

    Introducing dojo/request

    Bryan Forbes | August 21, 2012

    As Dojo moves toward its 2.0 release, our focus has been on giving developers tools that will help them be productive in any JavaScript environment. This means creating consistent APIs across all environments. One area that has been sorely lacking, in this regard, is Dojo’s IO functions. We’ve always provided developers with a way to

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  • AMD for the Business-Side

    AMD for the Business-Side

    Dylan Schiemann | July 10, 2012

    You may have seen our recent blog entitled “AMD: The Definitive Source” which exhaustively explained Asynchronous Module Definition. AMD is a topic with significant technical nuances but the purpose of THIS article is to explain the value of AMD for your business. AMD is an emerging defacto standard for efficiently developing modular JavaScript applications and

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  • AMD: The Definitive Source

    AMD: The Definitive Source

    Kris Zyp | June 25, 2012

    So what is AMD? As web applications continue to grow more advanced and more heavily rely on JavaScript, there has been a growing movement towards using modules to organize code and dependencies. Modules give us a way to make clearly distinguished components and interfaces that can easily be loaded and connected to dependencies. The AMD

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