Selena JavaScript understanding applause

Hi.

JavaScript understanding in Selena has improved considerably. Keep it up!!!

The structure pane makes much more sense as well as code navigation.

IntelliJ JavaScript developers, if you want to really shine with IJ
JavaScript understanding download Bindows (www.bindows.net). There are
other potential syntaxes for OOJS, of course, but I'm sure you'll
benefit seeing IJ JS understanding in conjunction with a complex library
as Bindows.

Again, Selena is already much better than Demetra, so kudos!

Amnon

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http://www.bindows.net/Schema/

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Intellij also has built in code completion for JavaScript that works
with Bindows. We are working with JetBrains to improve this for use with
Bindows. Starting at Intellij build 6526 will be support for the Bindows
specific ideom used for inheritance. This will basically give the
Intellij editor a better understanding of how different Bindows classes
are derived from each other. Another feature that can be enabled in
Intellij through a free plugin is support for the editor to identify
JavaScript code inside the CDATA section of an xml file, giving you full
JavaScript code completion in all sections of the ADF.
...

Amnon I. Govrin wrote:

Hi.

JavaScript understanding in Selena has improved considerably. Keep it up!!!

The structure pane makes much more sense as well as code navigation.

IntelliJ JavaScript developers, if you want to really shine with IJ
JavaScript understanding download Bindows (www.bindows.net). There are
other potential syntaxes for OOJS, of course, but I'm sure you'll
benefit seeing IJ JS understanding in conjunction with a complex library
as Bindows.

Again, Selena is already much better than Demetra, so kudos!

Amnon



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Best regards,
Maxim Mossienko
IntelliJ Labs / JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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I'm not so fond of libraries like Bindows. I've never used it, but judging from the home page and screenshots, it sounds a lot like something to build desktop applications, on the web.

I really don't like this approach. Web applications are fundamentally different from desktop applications, and attempts to mimic desktop applications on the web only hinder true innovation.
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Marcus Brito wrote:

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I'm not so fond of libraries like Bindows. I've never used it, but judging from the home page and screenshots, it sounds a lot like something to build desktop applications, on the web.

I really don't like this approach. Web applications are fundamentally different from desktop applications, and attempts to mimic desktop applications on the web only hinder true innovation.
</rant>

Well, you've never used it.

A lot of what one may call "Innovation" on web application I call
clutter, poor screen real estate use and accepting "inevitable
limitations" of the browser medium.

Some of the innovations on the web include:
1. Next Page and Previous Page instead of scroll bars.
2. UI not adapting to window width, height or both.
3. Full page scrolling which hides navigation controls.

Most web applications would not be considered as good applications if
the exact same UI would be on a fat application.

Conversely, fat applications can innovate a lot without making the
compromises that for years (including today) have been made and were
considered the downside of making zero footprint applications.

Regards,
Amnon

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Maxim Mossienko (JetBrains) wrote:

http://www.bindows.net/Schema/

...
Intellij also has built in code completion for JavaScript that works
with Bindows. We are working with JetBrains to improve this for use with
Bindows. Starting at Intellij build 6526 will be support for the Bindows
specific ideom used for inheritance. This will basically give the
Intellij editor a better understanding of how different Bindows classes
are derived from each other. Another feature that can be enabled in
Intellij through a free plugin is support for the editor to identify
JavaScript code inside the CDATA section of an xml file, giving you full
JavaScript code completion in all sections of the ADF.
...


That's great, happy to see the cooperation.

Amnon

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