Archive for July 2009
Yesterday the conference schedule for The Strange Loop (being held in St.Louis) opened up, and as my expectations had it the schedule indeed looks interesting! There over 40 technical sessions with sessions covering Spring, MongoDB, Git, Groovy, Torquebox, and much more. There are also two keynotes planned… one by Twitter API Lead Alex Payne and Bob Lee, the author of Guice.
Overall, the conference looks like it will be a lot of fun as well as dirt cheap at only $75 per person. Definitely worth checking out!
So far, these are the frameworks I plan to include in the comparison charts:
Unit Testing Frameworks
- jsUnit (berlios.de)
- jsUnit (jsUnit.net)
- JsUnitTest (http://github.com/drnic/jsunittest/tree/master)
- DOH Unit Testing
- JsTestDriver (The bundled unit testing framework, not the runner)
Please let me know if any of you out there know of a framework I should add. I’ll be posting a rough draft later this week.
As a side project, I’ve been writing a little jquery plugin to emulate a lot of the features of HTML5. What can I say? I love it and I cannot wait for browsers to implement it fully!
Anyhow, thought I’d share a nice tutorial I came across lately on Accessible drag and drop using WAI-ARIA. Enjoy!