Is there a native machine code compiler for JavaScript? I'm not talking about a VM. If it doesn't exist can it be done? I am wondering if it can be compiled to binary due to the dynamic nature of the language....
According to the documentation a template can be a function which takes two parameters, an element and attributes and returns a string value representing the template. It replaces the current element with the contents of the HTML. The replacement pro...
I'm looking for implementation of Java source code parser written in JavaScript language. Do you know any?...
Using a version of what grunt-contrib-watch recommends for compiling only changed files in here: https://github.com/gruntjs/grunt-contrib-watch#compiling-files-as-needed  var changedFiles = Object.create(null);  var onChange = grunt.util._.debounce(f...
According to MDN's RegExp Guide regular expression literals are compiled while RegExp objects created by calling the constructor are not.  My question is now, when does the compilation take place? As the literal has unique syntax it is identified...
I am developing an application with Play Framework. Whenever I make any change to JavaScript files, Play starts the compilation. I hoped I will prevent this by moving them to the public/javascripts folder but the behavior is the same. The reason why...
I am a beginner with AngularJS, I've read on compiling and linking but I still can't manage to understand what's happening.  I have this static code(The class attributes are from Bootstrap):  <div ng-controller='AppCtrl'> .....
When deploy server not compiled stylesheets and javascripts. Until the last moment Asset compiled. Ruby 2.1.2p95, Nginx, Unicorn. My Assets path: app  --->assets ----->javascripts ------->admin ------->design ----->stylesheets -------&...
In my application, third party game developers will write simple javascript logic based on my template. They will enter their code into a textbox (online), and I will store their code as Strings.   For example, one game developer would write this:  c...

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