These are the posts that have kept me engaged during my quiet moments this week.
A short article looking at jQuery’s .live().
Just what it says it is- a big-ass list of algorithms. I wish more had source code.
The folks at HttpWatch detail the ins and outs of the way that IE8 handles their enhanced connection rules. The browser is set to use 6 open connections, but only when a broadband connection is in use, so there are situations where it can fall back to using just 2.
Technically speaking, what makes Google Chrome fast?
Front end engineers can learn much from the people who make browsers. That’s the case here. The video content is excellent.
This is a great series, moving the discussion of JS beyond the browser and the DOM and into a more primary, and therefore really interesting, realm.