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Firefox Ethology

Barely related: I’ve written a design document (of sorts) for my implementation of web workers in GWT. Like the library itself, the document is fairly rough, but it does give a pretty good overview of the current state of things. … Continue reading

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On Web Workers, GWT, and a New Physics Demo

That original proof of concept gwtBox2d demo has slowly evolved along with the rest of the GWTns library. Though only a small portion of the original code remains, it has ended up being a pretty great stress test for new … Continue reading

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I love Firefox 3.6 loves Workers

This post is late (of course), but I wanted to put in a plug for Firefox 3.6. Tremendous, tremendous work has been done since 3.5 and it all shows. In many ways the drumbeat doesn’t even need to be codified … Continue reading

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This page best viewed with a quad-core CPU

[Update: this demo has evolved quite a bit and now has some actual interactivity and a few more options. See the updated version here.] I wanted to post the simple demo I mentioned in the last entry, compiled against the … Continue reading

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gwtBox2d, Worker Threads, and SpiderMonkey

I’m going to try and keep this update short so that I actually finish¬†editing¬†it and it can be published. I’ve also been inspired by David Humphrey’s recent posts about his work to expose <audio> data in Firefox (and his efforts … Continue reading

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