mrspoonzy at gmail Cube by Noah Ellman A powerful javascript toolkit, in research © by Noah Ellman

JWee is a new JavaScript Toolkit that is rich in features, yet slim and intuitive - ridiculously fast and efficient, and allows you to keep your freedom to code the way you want to, and the way JavaScript intended.

Jwee has been built for performance, and aims to provide the developer with the features and shortcuts that are really useful - sans the fluff and inefficiencies. Jwee cares about being easy on the browser, because a stressed browser equals a stressed user.

Jwee's design has been influenced by Prototype and by jQuery. To build Jwee, we took our own innovations and the inspirations from other frameworks and fused it all together, renovating every line of code for perfection. The result is a lean and mean framework redeux + major energy drinks.

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View the javascript code at GitHub Repository

The future of Javascript
  • Javascript DOM Extending - How to create your very own javascript by extending the DOM, and why this is such a great thing.
Jwee Extreme Demos
Latest news and updates
  • Extreme tween example #1 runs perfectly in the browser of an Android 4G cell phone, with a mere 998Mhz CPU!
  • Jwee is IE 9.0 compatible, with no changes even needed.
  • SVN repository for JWee setup. Go to /websvn.

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Noah 06/26/19 :  

Oh man

TjF 02/27/19 :  

Oh goodness, its been a hot minute.

Noah 08/13/18 :  

:) :) :)

Gothix 01/03/18 :  

Holy shit, names I know from like eight years ago... ._.

itoa('1281863294') 02/17/17 :  

That is true, this would be a for singleton then.

Admin 10/17/16 :  


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Admin 10/08/16 :  

Arrows are back.

Admin 10/08/16 :  

Testing 123. :-)

itoa('1135173802') 10/06/16 :  

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LJay 06/10/14 :  

@Xymon, where is that tutorial u where talking about?

LJay 06/03/14 :  

Should work now! (downloader)

LJay 06/03/14 :  

"Are you still around LJay? " really really rarely...

weapon_sniperrifle 05/09/14 :  

Fuck off robert.

Robert 05/03/14 :  

This is a test.

Virux 11/26/13 :  

Are you still around LJay?

Virux 11/05/14 :  

This project has been abandoned for the time being.

weapon_crowbar 11/05/14 :  

There's a problem with this approach. var MyClass = (function(){ var privateVariable = { }; var klass = function (initValue) { privateVariable = initValue; }; klass.prototype.getPrivateVariable = function() { return privateVariable; }; return klass; })(); var abc = new MyClass('test1'); var cba = new MyClass('test2'); console.log(abc.getPrivateVariable()); // Outputs 'test2' console.log(cba.getPrivateVariable()); // Outputs 'test