Better Taste, Less Filling: JS in your JVM with Hegemon

Better Taste, Less Filling: JS in your JVM with Hegemon

Video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YwnOst7Fplc

Abstract:

JVM developers need not be held hostage by the Java language. JavaScript for the JVM is available, but making it a first class member of your application can be tricky.

This talk will focus on libraries, tools, and techniques that the team at Cue (cueup.com) uses to make JavaScript in Java fun, easy, and efficient.

You’ll learn how to use JS 1.8 in your runtime, update applications without recompiling, run JUnit backed JS tests with just a browser reload, and provide an interactive console in your application.

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Kevin Clark

October 26, 2012
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