Synonyms for spidermonkey or Related words with spidermonkey


Examples of "spidermonkey"
Improvements to JägerMonkey eventually made TraceMonkey obsolete, especially with the development of the SpiderMonkey type inference engine. TraceMonkey is absent from SpiderMonkey from Firefox 11 onward.
Mr. Monkey is an alternate counterpart of Spidermonkey. He looks similar to Spidermonkey but he has white fur, bluish grey skin, light blue eyes and blue sashes. His Omnitrix symbol is gold with light blue energy.
E4X was also supported by SpiderMonkey (used in Firefox and Thunderbird), but has been removed. In Firefox 10, E4X syntax was no longer accepted in SpiderMonkey when ECMAScript 5 "strict mode" is enabled. According to Brendan Eich, "This thus signals start of deprecation for E4X in SpiderMonkey." and "has been disabled by default for webpages (content) in Firefox 17, disabled by default for chrome in Firefox 20, and has been removed in Firefox 21"
Several large organizations use SpiderMonkey to manage their JavaScript for front-end applications.
SpiderMonkey is written in C/C++ and contains an interpreter, the IonMonkey JIT compiler, and a garbage collector.
SpiderMonkey is intended to be embedded in other applications that provide host environments for JavaScript. An incomplete list follows:
SpiderMonkey includes a JavaScript Shell for interactive JavaScript development and for command-line invocation of JavaScript program files.
SpiderMonkey is the code name for the first JavaScript engine, written by Brendan Eich at Netscape Communications, later released as open source and currently maintained by the Mozilla Foundation. SpiderMonkey provides JavaScript support for Mozilla Firefox and various embeddings such as the GNOME 3 desktop.
SpiderMonkey is the original JavaScript engine developed by Brendan Eich when he invented JavaScript in 1995 as a developer at Netscape. It became part of the Mozilla product family when Mozilla inherited Netscape's code-base in 1998. In 2011, Eich transferred the nominal ownership of the SpiderMonkey code and project to Dave Mandelin.
SpiderMonkey is a cross-platform engine written in C++ which implements ECMAScript, a standard developed from JavaScript. It comprises an interpreter, several just-in-time compilers, a decompiler and a garbage collector. Products which embed SpiderMonkey include Firefox, Thunderbird, SeaMonkey, and many non-Mozilla applications.
As Ultimate Spidermonkey, he is a bulky purple gorilla-like with four sharp spider legs sprouting from his back, and he had lost his tail and his extra arms. In this state, Ultimate Spidermonkey is stronger and can spit stronger webs from his mouth in a larger amount, which are waterproof. He was first seen in the pilot episode of Ben 10 Ultimate Alien, to fight Bivalvan, being the first ultimate form of Ben 10: Ultimate Alien. In "For a Few Brains More", Albedo uses another form of Ultimate Spidermonkey that has six arms, six eyes, darker fur/skin and spikes on his chin.
SpiderMonkey implements ECMA-262 edition 5.1 (ECMAScript) and several added features. ECMA-357 (ECMAScript for XML (E4X)) was dropped in early 2013.
Tamarin continues to be used in Adobe Flash Player, but it has not replaced SpiderMonkey as the JavaScript engine of Mozilla applications.
Both SpiderMonkey and Tamarin fulfill closely related goals and so were both dubbed after monkeys (the spider monkey and the tamarin, respectively).
JavaScript OSA is an Open Scripting Architecture scripting language. It is a system-level scripting language, based on the SpiderMonkey engine, intended as an alternative to AppleScript.
For example, a SpiderMonkey Javascript implementation may be at an earlier version of Lodash than the latest one found in a major browser.
John's work on Dart has been adopted by ECMAScript and Intel announced at IDF 2013 that they are implementing John's specification for both V8 and SpiderMonkey.
Narcissus is an open source JavaScript engine. It was written by Brendan Eich, who also wrote the first JavaScript engine, SpiderMonkey. Its name is based on the mythical figure of Narcissus, who fell in love with himself. This relates to the fact that this JavaScript engine is a metacircular interpreter, because the engine itself is also written in JavaScript, albeit using non-standard extensions that are specific to SpiderMonkey.
Two significant components used by Servo are based on pre-existing C++ code from Mozilla. JavaScript support is provided by SpiderMonkey, and the 2D graphics library Azure is used to interface to OpenGL and Direct3D.
The only part of Tamarin used in modern Mozilla applications (i.e. Firefox 3.5+) via SpiderMonkey is NanoJIT, a module that is used to generate native code when performing just-in-time compilation.