Dust.js: Such Templating

Last week I started playing with Node.js and LinkedIn's fork of Dust.js for server side templating. I think I am beginning to see the appeal that made LinkedIn choose Dust.js over a number of alternatives. Back when LinkedIn had a templating throwdown and chose Dust.js, they classified it in the 'logic-less' group, in contrast to the... Continue Reading →

On the LinkedIn’s Dusty Trail

There is an old New Yorker cartoon (from 1993) where a dog working on the computer tells another dog: "On the Internet, nobody knows you are a dog". That's how I occasionally feel about the GitHub projects - they could be solid, multi-contributor powerhouses churning out release after release, and there could be great ideas... Continue Reading →

Swimming Against The Tide

True story: I visited Ember.js web site and saw three required hipster artifacts: ironic mustaches, cute animals and Ray-Ban Wayfarer glasses (on a cute animal). A tweet was in order and within minutes, it was favored by a competing client side framework by Google (Angular). Who would have guessed client side frameworks are so catty?... Continue Reading →

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