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Turboid 0.63 (complete & stand-alone)
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27 May 2012
Turboid Event Management
Turboid offers a special object called "Event", which in turn offers very useful functions allowing you to manage your event handlers in a quite comfortable way. [mehr...]
08 May 2012
Better Event Management for JavaScript
Professional interactive web applications not only need the concept of event handlers, but also a good and comfortably usable event handler system for adding with hindsight functions to the same event handler or dropping or replacing some of them. Is such a thing possible with JavaScript? [mehr...]
11 Jan 2012
Synchronizing and unifying intervals
Want to save performance instead of using a chaos of dozens of separately working intervals? A new Turboid function makes this possible. Every time you use it, you extend the interval by your new steps, which would be executed by the same loop and at the same time as the other functions it has been extended by before. [mehr...]
27 Dec 2011
Strange key names in for-in-loops
Adding properties and functions to object prototypes interferes with for-in-loops - seemingly wrong results are found while going through a new array. This is why one is often advised to keep away from object and array prototype manipulation. But there is a simple way to reduce the problems. [mehr...]
22 Dec 2011
Passing variables by reference
Passing variables by reference seems to be impossible in the first moment. And in fact there is no standard possibility to do this, as JavaScript does not offer an equivalent for Visual Basic's ByRef or C's int&. [mehr...]
19 Dec 2011
For loops with Turboid loop
This loop feature is more powerful as it seems. But it is not only a compensatory for while loops to avoid freezing the browser, but also suitable as a for loop replacement. [mehr...]
13 Dec 2011
Changing a variable temporarily
In the real world, changing temporarily the state of a toy car is simple: You give it a tap and it begins to move forwards and stops after a short while. If you want to keep it moving, you could give it a tap with the same force every time before it stops. Changing variables in the same way is not that simple - unless you use a certain Turboid function... [mehr...]
07 Dec 2011
Real loops in JavaScript
Dreaming of using in JavaScript loops in a similar way as in major programming languages like Java or Visual Basic? Maybe your dream is going to become true... [mehr...]