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malte
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http://joose-js.blogspot.com/

Working on Joose JavaScript meta system (Blog) [blogspot.com] and blok [appspot.com], a web based application for collaborative ui prototyping.
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  Comment: Great Idea (Score 1) on 2009.05.30 13:57

by malte on 2009.05.30 13:57 (#68871)
Attached to: TT.NET: It's alive!
I'm using ASP.NET MVC myself and having TT as a templating engine would be a great addition.
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  Comment: Re:very cool (Score 1) on 2009.02.03 15:08

by malte on 2009.02.03 15:08 (#67203)
Attached to: Joose 2.0 released
Great, we might actually have parameterized types already but we are missing structures. Should be fairly easy to add, though.
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  Journal: Joose 2.0 released on 2009.02.03 2:23

Journal by malte on 2009.02.03 2:23
User Journal

Just wanted to let you guys know that we released a new version the JavaScript meta object system Joose which was heavily inspired by Moose.

The major new feature of this release is the support for type constraints and type coercions for attributes and method parameters. There is also experimental support for multi method. We'll see how that evolves.

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  Journal: Joose release and job openings on 2008.11.10 6:09

Journal by malte on 2008.11.10 6:09
User Journal

The development of Joose, a meta object system for JavaScript with great similarities (and interoperability) to Moose continues at great pace. We just released a new release candidate and the release should happen today or tomorrow.

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  YUR.tv Public Beta - Shares 2.0 on 2007.07.17 10:30 malte

Submitted by malte on 2007.07.17 10:30
User Journal
malte writes "Hey, we just launched the public beta our internet tv channel for user-generated content YUR.tv. If you don't care about the content, you can at least watch our servers die :)

The site is mod_perl based using our internal MVC and ORM frameworks. Most of the UI is composed from JSON - webservices so you are free to build your own front ends if you don't mind reverse engineering the protocol for now (until we add docs)

One thing that is really special about this site is that we give away shares of the publicly held company behind the project for good content. So everyone gets to be a part of the (potential) success of the site.

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  Journal: YUR.tv Public Beta - Shares 2.0 on 2007.07.17 10:30

Journal by malte on 2007.07.17 10:30
User Journal

Hey, we just launched the public beta our internet tv channel for user-generated content YUR.tv. If you don't care about the content, you can at least watch our servers die :)

The site is mod_perl based using our internal MVC and ORM frameworks. Most of the UI is composed from JSON - webservices so you are free to build your own front ends if you don't mind reverse engineering the protocol for now (until we add docs)

One thing that is really special about this site is that we give away shares of the publicly held company behind the project for good content. So everyone gets to be a part of the (potential) success of the site.

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