News and events about JavaScript.

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Air Mozilla
Videos of meetings, features, news and libraries of JavaScript.
Ars Search: JavaScript
Articles and news about the language.
Brendan Eich: JavaScript
Post tagged as JavaScript.
Channel 9: JavaScript
The future of software, libraries, conversations, presentations, videos.
News, tips, examples and reviews of a variety of JavaScript frameworks and modules.
Hacker News: JavaScript
User submitted and voted stories, news, games and tools.
InfoQ: JavaScript
Books, interviews, presentations, news and articles about the language.
All about Mozilla's JavaScript engine.
Mozilla Hacks
Key resources for people developing for the Open Web, talking about news and in-depth descriptions of technologies and features.
Mozilla Labs
Updates from the edge of the Web with occasional posts about JavaScript.
Planet node.js
A curated blog aggregation feed that includes a lot of prominent members of the Node community.
Smashing Coding: JavaScript
Articles with comments related to the language.
YUI Blog
The official blog of the YUI Project.
The State of JavaScript
Brendan Eich reviews the history of JavaScript, then introduces and demonstrates some of the new features coming in ES6. (October 19, 2012)
Computing Conversations with Brendan Eich
Computer's multimedia editor Charles Severance speaks with Mozilla CTO Brendan Eich about how the latter created JavaScript in 1995. (June 24, 2012)
History of Nombas
For about a dozen years, Nombas was the leading developer, innovator, licensor, and evangelist of script language tools, licensing their JavaScript engines and tools to C, C++, and Java developers for everything from embedded devices to massively parallel servers. The story, as remembered in April, 2012. (April 01, 2012)
Brendan Eich: New JavaScript Engine Module Owner
Announcing the transfer of SpiderMonkey’s module ownership to Dave Mandelin. (June 21, 2011)
ECMAScript 5: The New Parts
EXT13 The first complete implementations of the first revision to the JavaScript, ECMAScript, Standard in 10 years are now coming online. This talk will introduce the new, mostly good, parts. (April 13, 2011)
Interactive Panel: JavaScript
Speakers Doug Crockford, Luke Hoban, Tomasz Janczuk, Allen Wirfs-Brock. (April 13, 2011)
New in JavaScript 1.8.5
JavaScript 1.8.5 is the version of JavaScript included in Firefox 4. Introduces several Object new features and ECMAScript5 features. (March 22, 2011)
Channel 9 Live at MIX10: JavaScript Panel with Douglas Crockford, John Resig & Erik Meijer
JavaScript language designer and historian Douglas Crockford joins language designer Erik Meijer and jQuery creator John Resig to discuss JavaScript and web programming. (March 26, 2010)
New in JavaScript 1.8.1
JavaScript 1.8.1 is a modest update syntactically to JavaScript; the main change in this release is the addition of the Tracemonkey just-in-time compiler, which improves performance and native JSON support . (June 30, 2009)
New in JavaScript 1.8
JavaScript 1.8 is part of Gecko 1.9 (which was incorporated into Firefox 3). This is a less substantial update than JavaScript 1.7, but does have some updates to track progress toward ECMAScript 4/JavaScript 2. (June 17, 2008)
The world's most misunderstood programming language has become the world's most popular. (March 03, 2008)
New in JavaScript 1.7
Version of JavaScript included in Firefox 2. Introducing in particular generators, iterators, array comprehensions, let expressions, and destructuring assignment. (October 24, 2006)
New in JavaScript 1.6
Introduces several new features: E4X, several new Array methods, and Array and String generics. (November 30, 2005)
A Survey of the JavaScript Programming Language. (January 01, 2002)
JavaScript: How Did We Get Here?
A brief history of JavaScript as described by Steve Champeon. (June 04, 2001)
The world's most misunderstood programming language. (January 01, 2001)
New in JavaScript 1.5
Features and enhancements. ECMA-262 3rd edition. (October 01, 2000)
Introducing JScript.NET
Describes how the JScript language will evolve to take advantage of the new .NET platform. By Andrew Clinick, Microsoft Corporation. (July 14, 2000)
New in JavaScript 1.4
Features that were added in JavaScript 1.4. (October 29, 1998)
New in JavaScript 1.3
Additions to core JavaScript and extensions to that language for use with a browser. (October 01, 1998)
New in JavaScript 1.2
New additions include regular expressions, signed scripts, labeled and switch statements. (June 01, 1997)
New in JavaScript 1.1
JavaScript as used by Navigator 3.x. (August 01, 1996)
Status and documents related to the trademark of "JAVASCRIPT". (December 01, 1995)
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