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  • Blog Post: The AJAX Experience : Presentation and Webcasts

    Select presentations and webcasts from the The AJAX Experience 2008 conference are now available. View them from here .
  • Blog Post: AJAX Performance Bestpractices

    Recently someone asked me about the best practices for AJAX performance. Though this information is scattered all around, I thought it might be useful to capture it in a single blog post. So here you go >>> The AJAX performance tips from JScript perspective (the area I work on) would...
  • Blog Post: TAE 2008: Analyzing the AJAX Application Performance

    It is for the first time that I attended and presented at a web-developer conference. That too, one of the conferences which surely sees amongst the major turnout of JavaScript influentials - “ The AJAX Experience 2008 ”. My talk was around "Analyzing the AJAX Application Performance" . Here is...
  • Blog Post: JScript Engine Improvements - IE8 beta.

    In this post, I just wanted to lay focus on some of the improvements that have been done in the JScript engine shipped as a part of IE 8 Beta release . These improvements include: · Changes to the JScript Garbage Collector to reduce circular memory leaks · Optimization of String Concatenation and...
  • Blog Post: JScript and IE8 Beta

    As a follow up my previous post JScript Performance in IE8 Beta , here is another set of reviews that I found about the JScript engine shipped in IE8 beta. · “…SunSpider JavaScript test on Internet Explorer 8. Previously it failed miserably coming in a very distant last place… That’s more than...
  • Blog Post: JScript Performance in Internet Explorer 8 Beta

    The cat’s finally out of the bag. IE 8 Beta is finally live and available publically for download. Here is a link to the blog post JScript in Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1 for Developers detailing the work done by the JScript team. Here are a first few set of comments that I found around the performance...
  • Blog Post: Classes in Java Script

    Here is a series of posts on “Classes in JScript” written by Ritesh from the JScript team at MS: Classes in Jscript - Part I Classes in JScript – Part II: Instance Properties / Methods & Class Properties / Methods Classes in JScript – Part III: Class Hierarchy and Data Encapsulation
  • Blog Post: Difference in Java Script behavior across browsers

    Many a times, Java Script developers are perplexed by the fact that the same piece of Java Script code written by them behaves differently on the different web browsers. The reason for the same is the different implementations of the ECMA Script language which comes with various browsers. Here is a draft...
  • Blog Post: JScript COM interop...

    Here are links to a virtual series written by Sheetal, one of the developers in the JScript team on Jscript COM interop · Interoperability of JScript with COM · Calling functions of COM object from JScript · Script CallBack from COM · Passing Parameter to the Script Callback · Using Return...
  • Blog Post: Got JScript Questions - Post them here...

    One of the things that I did not capture on my Quick JScript References blog was a repository of the online MS community resources where one can post questions specific to JScript . The reason was that we were in the process of establishing a JScript forum. Now that we finally have a new JScript...
  • Blog Post: Improve AJAX Performance | Download Windows Script 5.7 now

    Recently, Microsoft made a public release of Windows Script v5.7 which ships with different flavors of Windows® Vista for for Windows® 2000/XP as well as Windows® 2003 Server. Below are the download links for the same Download Windows Script 5.7 for Windows XP Download Windows Script 5.7...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Ajax View tool

    Recently, MS made a public release of the Ajax view tool and I thought it's surely worth mentioning and spreading the word around. Overview snippet of the tool … The goal of the Ajax View project is to improve developer's visibility into and control over their web applications' behaviors on...
  • Blog Post: Difference between JScript, JScript.NET and Managed JScript

    There are three different types of JScript engines that MS currently offers to the users. In this blog I would like to discuss more about the differences between them and would go into the reasoning for three different types sometime later. JScript (or native JScript) Read the intro about...
  • Blog Post: The World of JScript, JavaScript, ECMAScript …

    Change is inevitable, except from vending machines – a quote from an unknown source but so true. With the release of the Visual J# 2.0 Redist-SE over, the time has come for me to change and look for bigger and brighter challenges. I recently moved to the JScript team at Microsoft IDC. So yes, that would...
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