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Parallel JavaScript*

We introduced Parallel JavaScript* at IDF during

Authored by James R. Last updated on 06/06/2016 - 14:09
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Basic JavaScript*

I was in high school when we got our first "home computer". At the time there were quite a variety of home computers available, with different operating systems, different hardware and different features. One thing they all had in common, though, was 'Basic'. Pretty much every computer came with the ability to write and execute Basic programs.
Authored by Dale Schouten (Intel) Last updated on 04/17/2015 - 15:36
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Taking Command of JavaScript*

Authored by Dale Schouten (Intel) Last updated on 04/24/2016 - 20:21
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New JavaScript* Class Patterns

When I was a college freshman, I had a friend who was a senior studying chemistry. He summed up his experience saying that as a senior he learned how the chemistry professors had been lying to him all those previous years, but now he was learning the truth. Hopefully what he meant was that as his education progressed the simplifications of his earlier years were replaced by more complex models of...
Authored by Dale Schouten (Intel) Last updated on 06/22/2015 - 14:26
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Basic JavaScript* Patterns

I'm sure I'm dating myself more than I like when I say that I remember when "Structured Programming" was a new thing.  By the time I learned about it in my first Pascal class, I had been programming for a while in Basic.  I was psyched by the cleanliness and beauty of such wonderful features as while loops and if-then-else statements.
Authored by Dale Schouten (Intel) Last updated on 04/17/2015 - 15:27
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Static JavaScript* Patterns

So what do you do when you want the functionality of a static variable in Javascript? As previously discussed, using a global instead of a static is not a great idea. One might be tempted to use some sort of naming scheme to distinguish global vars, intended to be used as static, from others (e.g. '_static_i'), but that really doesn't solve the problem because two different functions might end up...
Authored by Dale Schouten (Intel) Last updated on 04/17/2015 - 15:39
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JavaScript* Class Patterns

When I first started using C++, it was still essentially a preprocessor that produced C code. I liked that because if I was really confused about a particular feature, I could examine the C code to figure out how it worked. The features that I found most interesting in C++ could be broken into two categories: Polymorphism and Encapsulation.
Authored by Dale Schouten (Intel) Last updated on 04/17/2015 - 15:30

JavaScript* Parser for Depth Photo

The JavaScript* parser for depth photo parses eXtensible Device Metadata (XDM) image files [1] and extracts metadata embedded in image files to generate XML files. In addition, this app analyzes XML files to extract color image data and depth map data. It is a fundamental building block for depth photography use cases, like the image viewer, refocus feature, parallax feature, and measurement...
Authored by Yu B. (Intel) Last updated on 03/24/2016 - 02:58
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Exploring Color Matching in JavaScript*

by Liza Shulyayeva

Authored by admin Last updated on 12/22/2015 - 11:42

SIMD + JavaScript* = Faster HTML5 Apps

Insights from Intel Visionary Moh Haghighat By Edward J. Correia

Authored by admin Last updated on 04/10/2015 - 11:43
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