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Pondering those web technologies that may change the future of the world wide web.



Updated: 2006-02-28T19:52:49+01:00

 



Algebraic Data Types in JavaScript

2008-06-16T19:49:20+01:00




Tail call elimination in Javascript

2006-02-28T19:49:20+01:00

Via LtU I read about a tail call optimization decorator. Of course I immediately wondered if it was possible in JavaScript, and it is: Function.prototype.tailCallOptimized = function() { var g = this; return function() { for (var caller = arguments. …



Technorati claim

2005-12-21T21:42:35+01:00

Technorati Profile



Leak Free Javascript Closures

2005-10-20T22:56:23+01:00

If you're confused about how closures in JavaScript cause memory leaks in Internet Explorer, this is for you: Leak Free Javascript Closures. Then, without leakage, you can write code like this: function attach() { var element = document.getElementById("my-element"); element. …



No more accesskeys

2005-08-14T18:47:24+01:00

I had accesskeys for the tabs at the top of this site, but Mark Wubben reminded me that this was very annoying, mainly because alt-d was one of them (the shortcut to focus the address bar). This makes me think that using accesskeys in webpages is not a very good idea, because you never know what the favorite shortcut keys of your visitor are.



How to use base URIs.

2005-08-14T15:17:26+01:00

If you're wondering what a base URI is for, you'll always end up being directed to RFC 3986, but you won't find much. Section 5.1 just says: “The term "relative" implies that a "base URI" exists against which the relative reference is applied.”. …



Atom 1.0 feed available

2005-07-17T00:02:25+01:00

I've updated my Radio Userland Atom code to produce version 1.0. You can find the feed here. My RSS 0.91 feed is created with a simple XSLT transformation from the Atom feed.



I live in Belgium

2005-06-18T20:41:41+01:00

At least, that is what Google shows me, and Google is always right.



Being filmed by 3 cameras at once!

2005-06-01T22:08:17+01:00

Sometimes it's really interesting to live in the centre of the administrative capital of the Netherlands. Today we had a referendum for ratification of the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe. I had to vote in the city hall. As this is close to the parliament buildings a lot of camera crews had chosen the city hall to film some voters, including me. …