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jQuery EasyUI 1.4.4 released

jQuery EasyUI 1.4.4 recently released, provides easy to use components for web developers, which is built on the popular jQuery core and HTML5. EasyUI is a collection of user-interface plugin based on jQuery. Easyui provides essential functionality for building modern, interactive, javascript applications. jQuery EasyUI 1.4.4 changelog Bug filebox: The ‘clear’ and ‘reset’ methods do not work properly in IE9. fixed. messager: After calling $.messager.progress() with no arguments, the $.

Rust 1.2 Mozilla Programming Language released

The Rust Core team recently announced the official release of Rust 1.2. Rust is a new programming language aiming to make it easier to build reliable, efficient systems. Rust combines low-level control over performance with high-level convenience and safety guarantees Rust 1.2 comes with two major performance improvements for the compiler: An across-the-board improvement to real-world compiler performance. Representative crates include hyper (compiles 1.16x faster), html5ever (1.62x faster), regex (1.

Apple Swift Programming Language to go Open Source

Apple is taking the next big step when Apple’s software chief Craig Federighi announced during Monday’s keynote at the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference that its Swift programming language will become available under an open-source license by the end of the year and will support Linux OS. Swift is the programming language that uses LLVM for its compiler stack so it’s not too much of a surprise that Apple will be working to get Swift on Linux systems.

Lua 5.3.0 officially released

Lua 5.3.0 officiallyreleased, is a powerful, fast, lightweight, embeddable scripting language. Lua combines simple procedural syntax with powerful data description constructs based on associative arrays and extensible semantics. Lua is dynamically typed, runs by interpreting bytecode for a register-based virtual machine, and has automatic memory management with incremental garbage collection, making it ideal for configuration, scripting, and rapid prototyping. Lua 5.3.0 update integers (64-bit by default) official support for small architectures (“Small Lua” with 32-bit numbers) bitwise operators basic utf-8 support userdata can have any Lua value as uservalue integer division more flexible rules for some metamethods utf-8 escapes in literal strings basic utf-8 library ipairs and the table library respect metamethods functions for packing and unpacking numbers strip option in string.