Batman.js 1 vote

Build web apps beautifully and quickly

Batman.js is a framework for building rich web applications with CoffeeScript or JavaScript. App code is concise and declarative, thanks to a powerful system of view bindings and observable properties. The API is designed with developer and designer happiness as its first priority.

Author: Shopify
Revision Control: Git
Licence: MIT/X11 Licence
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Spine.js 0 votes

Build Awesome JavaScript MVC Applications

Spine is a lightweight framework for building JavaScript web applications. Spine gives you an MVC structure and then gets out of your way, allowing you to concentrate on the fun stuff, building awesome web applications.

Spine is opinionated in its approach to web application architecture and design. Spine's architecture complements patterns such as de-coupled components and CommonJS modules, markedly helping with code quality and maintainability.

The library is written in CoffeeScript, but doesn't necessarily require CoffeeScript to develop applications. You can use CoffeeScript or JavaScript, whichever language you're most familiar with.

Spine is tiny, the library comes in at around 500 lines of CoffeeScript, that's about 2K minified & compressed. Being lightweight and simple is fundamental to Spine.

Author: Alex MacCaw
Revision Control: Git
Licence: MIT/X11 Licence
Country of Origin: United Kingdom

Fusker 0 votes

Fusker is a static HTTP server that provides optional security features for HTTP/

Fusker is an application firewall that prevents and manages a multitude of attacks in nodejs. Fusker is a static HTTP server that provides optional security features for HTTP/

Ostio 0 votes

Your open source talks place

Ostio (“open-source talks”) is a forum for open-source projects and the best place for discussing project stuff with other users. It is tightly integrated with GitHub. The main ostio mission is to replace mailing lists.

IcedCoffeeScript 0 votes

Unfancy JavaScript w/ "Iced" Extensions

IcedCoffeeScript is a superset of CoffeeScript. The iced interpreter is a drop-in replacement for the standard coffee interpreter; it will interpret almost all existing CoffeeScript programs.

IcedCoffeeScript (ICS) adds two new keywords: await and defer. These additions simply and powerfully streamline asynchronous control flow, both on the server and on the browser. Say goodbye to callback pyramids; say adios to massive code rewrites when synchronization requirements change slightly. Say hello to clean, readable, maintainable control flow for network and asynchronous operations!

The golden rule of CoffeeScript was: “It's just JavaScript”. ICS is doing something deeper. It's selectively running code through a continuation-passing style conversion. Original-style CoffeeScript will compile as before, but code using the new ICS features will be less recognizable. Still, the compiled output is readable and pretty-printed, passes through JavaScript Lint without warnings. 0 votes

Low-Level CoffeeScript is a dialect of CoffeeScript that offers a C-like type system with manual memory management. It compiles to JavaScript and lets you write memory-efficient and GC pause-free code less painfully., like its relative *JS, is early research prototype work, so don't expect anything rock solid just yet. The research goal here is to explore low-level statically typed features in a high-level dynamically typed language.

Doppio 0 votes

Java on Coffeescript.

Doppio is a project to get Java running in the browser without any plug-ins. Right now it comprises a fairly complete VM and an implementation of the javap bytecode disassembler. (Doppio is also the Italian word for 'double', and is another name for a double espresso.)

Doppio started out as the mid-term project for a Graduate Systems Seminar. It has since taken on a life of its own, and is complete enough to run implementations of GNU Diff, LZW compression, and the Java 4 compiler. Here's what's supported thus far:

  • All 200 opcodes
  • Exact emulation of Java's primitive types, include the 64-bit long
  • Generics
  • Most of the Reflection API
  • File and Standard I/O
  • Major JDK libraries such as String, Pattern, and HashMap.