Patrick Bacon

Rendering Templates in Ext JS – So Many Choices


over 5 years ago by Patrick Bacon on Atomic Spin.
Ext JS 4.0 provides a number of ways for custom components to render their HTML content for display. As I have been learning Ext JS, I have often struggled...

Auto Login During Development with dotjs


~5 years ago by Patrick Bacon on Atomic Spin.
dotjs is a browser extension that executes domain-specific JavaScript files stored in your Home directory (in the ~/.js subdirectory). It came out last...

ExtJS Unit Testing Using Jasmine


~5 years ago by Patrick Bacon on Atomic Spin.
If you want to use Jasmine to unit test your Ext JS 4 application, there are a number of good resources available that can help you get started. Unit...

Preventing JRuby Concurrency Errors with Hamster


~5 years ago by Patrick Bacon on Atomic Spin.
I was recently working on a small proof-of-concept application with a back-end server written in JRuby. In this proof-of-concept, multiple clients connect...

JRuby and vlcj – A Simple Full-Screen Media Player


almost 5 years ago by Patrick Bacon on Atomic Spin.
I recently spent some time writing a simple program to play a movie file full screen on a Linux machine. I wrote the program in JRuby using the vlcj framework...

JRuby and vlcj – A Simple Full-Screen Media Player


almost 5 years ago by Patrick Bacon on Atomic Spin.
I recently spent some time writing a simple program to play a movie file full screen on a Linux machine. I wrote the program in JRuby using the vlcj framework...

Making Refs in Ruby Using Celluloid Actors


almost 5 years ago by Patrick Bacon on Atomic Spin.
I am currently working on a project developing a JRuby server process. The server is in constant communication with multiple front-end clients and back-end...

Making Refs in Ruby Using Celluloid Actors


almost 5 years ago by Patrick Bacon on Atomic Spin.
I am currently working on a project developing a JRuby server process. The server is in constant communication with multiple front-end clients and back-end...

Experimenting with Clojure’s PersistentHashMap in JRuby


over 4 years ago by Patrick Bacon on Atomic Spin.
Over the last few months, I have written two blog posts that mention using Hamster (Efficient, Immutable, Thread-Safe Collection) classes in JRuby: Preventing...

Experimenting with Clojure’s PersistentHashMap in JRuby


over 4 years ago by Patrick Bacon on Atomic Spin.
Over the last few months, I have written two blog posts that mention using Hamster (Efficient, Immutable, Thread-Safe Collection) classes in JRuby: Preventing...