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Flow-Based Programming for JavaScript

Flow-Based Programming for JavaScript
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magomimmo/modern-cljs EMOTIV INSIGHT: Optimize your brain fitness & performance by Tan Le Our mission to empower individuals to understand their own brain and accelerate brain research globally was set into motion with the launch of this Kickstarter campaign for Emotiv Insight. Over the course of this campaign, you joined our community and pledged to change how people think about their brain and how we could use brainwear to improve how we live, work, and play. Thanks to you, we are making the Emotiv Insight a reality! Thank you again for being such an awesome community! The human brain, our most advanced organ, is an intricate and complex network of connections. Emotiv Insight is a sleek, 5 channel, wireless headset that reads your brainwaves and a mobile app that translates those signals into meaningful data everyone can understand. We’ve leveraged our knowledge and experience to create the next generation Brainwear™ that tracks and monitors your brain activity and gives you insight into how your brain is changing in real time. We are pioneers in this field. More details:

1.0.0 Released Today we are proud to announce the release of Elasticsearch 1.0.0 GA, based on Lucene 4.6.1. This release is the culmination of 9 months of work with almost 8,000 commits by 183 contributors! A big thank you to everybody who has made this release possible. You can download Elasticsearch 1.0.0 here. The main features available in 1.0 are: Snapshot/Restore APIBackup or restore select indices or the whole cluster to a shared filesystem, S3 or HDFS via a simple API.Blog: Introducing snapshot & restore, Docs: Snapshot/RestoreAggregationsAggregations are “facets” reborn, providing more powerful, more flexible real-time analytics. We took advantage of a major version bump to remove cruft and to fix a number of inconsistencies. We have put together a guide to help you migrate to v1.0.0: Breaking changes in 1.0. The v1.0.0 release notes list all of the changes since v1.0.0.RC2, but you should also check the release notes for: Please download Elasticsearch 1.0.0 and let us know what you think!

Hack our apps | Meemoo project by Forrest Oliphant welcome to meemooVilson Vieira Paper GIFforresto GIF+HTML workshopBrasstown animators HTML5 videoForrest Oliphant particles → trailsForrest Oliphant (more) particles → tileForrest Oliphant Megacam gridForrest Oliphant GIFs from 1989Forrest Oliphant recursive spiralForrest Oliphant hackable clock 0.1Forrest Oliphant digital rainbow clockForrest Oliphant play beethovenVilson Vieira, g200kg 8 bit synthVilson Vieira, g200kg mr.doob harmonyVilson Vieira, mr.doob web tunnelVilson Vieira VPL Introduction Microsoft Visual Programming Language (VPL) is an application development environment designed on a graphical dataflow-based programming model. Rather than series of imperative commands sequentially executed, a dataflow program is more like a series of workers on an assembly line, who do their assigned task as the materials arrive. As a result VPL is well suited to programming a variety of concurrent or distributed processing scenarios. VPL is targeted for beginner programmers with a basic understanding of concepts like variables and logic. Figure 1 - Sample Microsoft VPL diagram A VPL dataflow consists of a connected sequence of activities represented as blocks with inputs and outputs that can be connected to other activity blocks. Figure 2 - Activity blocks have connections that represent messages sent from one activity to another Activities can represent dataflow control or processing functions, pre-built DSS services or your own defined activities you create in VPL.

Getting Started with GitHub | Christophe Geers' Blog Introduction Been a couple of months since I got around to writing a new post for this blog…busy times. Just got back from a company team building event in Tunisia last weekend. During this event we held 6 sessions about various topics such as Web API (@JefClaes), Roslyn (@svenschelfaut), Solid…etc. I gave a session about using various alternative technologies (read as: non Microsoft) to build a web application from scratch. So we’ve got everything from source control (GitHub), to layout (Bootstrap), database (MongoDB), client-side data binding / UI refreshes / … (Knockout) and deployment (AppHarbor). Let’s discuss the first part in this article, namely GitHub. Table Of Contents Signup at GitHub Of course you need to signup at GitHub. Once you’ve signed up and your account is in order, go ahead and download the GitHub for Windows client. The installation is straightforward. On the lefthand side you see two categories, local and github. Top of page Your First Repository Cloning Shell Commands

NoFlo Development Environment by The Grid Kickstarter Collections Projects We Love Trending Nearly Funded Just Launched Everything Categories On Our Radar Un chat en HTML5 avec les websockets Tous les navigateurs modernes proposent un support du websocket de manière native ou via un plugin. Voici la liste des navigateurs : Chrome : support natif ; Safari : support natif ; Firefox : support natif ; Opéra : support natif mais nécessite de l'activer ; Internet Explorer : utilisation d'un prototype des websockets : websockets prototype pour IE 9. Pour Firefox Pour activer les websockets dans Firefox s'ils ne le sont pas (comme dans la version 4 par exemple), il suffit de se rendre dans la barre d'adresse et taper la commande suivante : Une page de confirmation apparaît, continuez. Deux options apparaîtront, il faut alors changer leurs valeurs : network.websocket.enabled : true network.websocket.override-security-block : true Pour Opera Dans la barre d'adresse du navigateur, tapez la commande suivante : opera:config#Enable WebSockets Cliquez sur la checkbox afin d'activer les websockets, puis cliquez sur "Save". Dans les deux cas, il faudra redémarrer le navigateur. ... Voici le code :

noflo/noflo: Flow-based programming for JavaScript Ganelon Prometheus Fusion Perfection | Developing Clean, Cheap, Open Source Energy with the Bussard Reactor. scotty.js Welcome to scotty.js scotty is a project toolkit for the Phaser HTML5 game framework. It runs as a standalone desktop application. scotty lets you: Download multiple versions of Phaser, so you can select which version to install alongside each of your Game ProjectsDownload the latest Phaser ExamplesManage your Game Projects and run them from the app Getting Started To use scotty, download and unzip the release for your operating system here. Screenshots noflo/noflo-ui: NoFlo Development Environment arthuredelstein/clooj