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Google Open Sources Set Of Closure Tools It Uses To Build Its Own Apps  (View post)

BizAbh [PersonRank 10]

Thursday, November 5, 2009
11 years ago3,528 views

Tech Crunch writes:

Google has just announced that it is open-sourcing a set of tools its own developers use to build some of the company’s most well known products, including Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Maps.

The first tool is called the Closure Compiler, which helps developers optimize their JavaScript code by removing extra portions of comments and code. The Compiler also has a sister program called Inspector — a plugin for Firebug that allows developers to view their optimized code in the browser, with all of their original variable names and other data restored (typically optimized code strips variable names and formatting that makes it very difficult to read). Google is also releasing the Compiler as a web app and a RESTful API.

Google’s second release is a Library that includes many common functions used for building JavaScript apps & a new set of templates for Java and JavaScript

source: ...

mbegin [PersonRank 10]

11 years ago #

Here are the links...

Closure Compiler: ...

Inspector: ...

Compiler web app:

Library: ...

Templates: ...

mbegin [PersonRank 10]

11 years ago #

Official blog post: ...

BizAbh [PersonRank 10]

11 years ago #

thnx for the links :)

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webprograma [PersonRank 1]

11 years ago #

Happy day for javascript developers

Motti [PersonRank 10]

11 years ago #

Note that some of the Closure JavaScript library was released earlier this year as part of the DocType project (see ...)

e.g. compare ...
with ...

(NB: the closure SVn view doesn't show all packages in this view, e.g. it excludes the ui package – ...)

Blogging Developer [PersonRank 0]

11 years ago #

You can find more details on using Google Closure API with ASP.NET at ...

It features a C# wrapper for the tool.

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