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EvaServer

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  Analyzed over 2 years ago

EvaServer is an open source Java framework that makes web applications fun to write. It hides browser details from the developer and enforces object oriented designs. A component based architecture and transparent client-server communication makes it one of the most powerful Ajax frameworks on the planet.

22.7K lines of code

0 current contributors

about 13 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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Maven JSTools Plugin

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  Analyzed over 2 years ago

The Maven JS Tools Plugin provides a Maven2 interface to a set of JavaScript development tools.

5.28K lines of code

0 current contributors

about 12 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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nJScript

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Claimed by NGINX, Inc. Analyzed 3 months ago

95.7K lines of code

9 current contributors

3 months since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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eMI TOC Generator

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  Analyzed about 8 hours ago

eMI TOC Generator is a simple cross-platform library that dynamically generates a table of contents (TOC) in an HTML 5 page on rendering.

331 lines of code

1 current contributors

over 1 year since last commit

0 users on Open Hub

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WAX.js

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  Analyzed over 2 years ago

WAX.js is an ECMAScript implementation of the Writing API for XML (WAX). WAX has the following characteristics and benefits: - Focuses on writing XML, not reading it - Requires less code than other approaches - Uses less memory than other approaches because it outputs XML as each method is ... [More] called rather than storing it in a DOM-like memory structure - Doesn't depend on any libraries or proprietary browser technology other than a javascript interpreter - Is very small in size, especially the compressed version - Writes all XML node types - Always outputs well-formed XML or throws an exception - Provides extensive error checking - Automatically escapes special characters in text and attribute values unless escaping is turned off [Less]

2.16K lines of code

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almost 14 years since last commit

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haskell-ecmaplasm

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An ECMAScript parser, in Haskell, that generates a JSON representation of the parse tree.

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Licenses: mit

dot-moments

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.Moments is Open Source CMS full compaible with web standards including: XHTML 1.0 Strict, CSS2, DOM level 2 core and ECMAScript-262 Specification. It is based on PHP5, MySQL, XML and XSLT.

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Licenses: gpl

ecmascript3

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ECMAScript 3 语言规范文档 ECMA-262 翻译计划

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Licenses: apache_2

chicory

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Chicory consists of a JavaScript compiler and a runtime library written in JavaScript. Its main goal is to allow the developer to write "Rich Internet Applications" in JavaScript 1.7 (with possible extensions) against a common api which is being compiled to JavaScript 1.5 both for the browser and ... [More] server-environment. In this sense it's a "reverse GWT" allowing the JavaScript developer to write code for an "abstract server" as if it is being part of the browser application. Chicory will initially support Rhino for the code running on the server. Chicory is based on the "Narcissus" parser written by Brendan Eich and both the Simplified JavaScript parser and JSLint which were written by Douglas Crockford. [Less]

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Licenses: bsd

JavaScript Client Pages

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JavaScriptClientPages is a cross-browser, cross-platform tool, which makes dynamic client-side content generation as easy as it is on the server side with technologies like ASP.net, PHP, Ruby on Rails, etc.. Each JavaScritpt Client Page is a complete XHTML page with embedded JavaScript code, as well ... [More] as custom output tags that make it possible to create clean XHTML templates with advanced presentation logic while eliminating the drudgery of writing custom DOM manipulation code or innerHTML construction. Pages are compiled to compressed DOM-generating code that can then be used to insert the generated content to an arbitrary element on an existing page. [Less]

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Licenses: No declared licenses