JSAN Improved

JSAN (The Javascript Archive Network) was recently announced at the North American Perl Conference as a repository for Javascript code, simliar to the archive that Perl has (CPAN). When I first checked it out, it was pretty barebones, but now it has many more features and a growing number of packages for people to play with. I definitely recommend that you check out the service – especially some of the modules and their test frameworks – it all has a lot of potential. I plan on wrapping up some of my Javascript code in the upcoming weeks so that I can distribute it on this site. Based upon the clarity of the code that’s already up there – I have a good mark to strive for.

Posted: July 20th, 2005

Subscribe for email updates

Comments are closed.
Comments are automatically turned off two weeks after the original post. If you have a question concerning the content of this post, please feel free to contact me.

Secrets of the JavaScript Ninja

Secrets of the JS Ninja

Secret techniques of top JavaScript programmers. Published by Manning.

John Resig Twitter Updates

@jeresig / Mastodon

Infrequent, short, updates and links.