After last week's Easter break, the Weekly Review is back with a change of direction. Rather than have a collection of links to recent news stories and blog posts that I've found interesting, I'm now going to link to open source projects and new libraries that I think would be good to get more attention in the wider world. I think the Weekly Review lost its way somewhat early on, and hopefully with a new name and direction it will get back on course. I'll still add the occasional news story and blog post in as well. These new "roundups" will probably be shorter than the old-style post but hopefully more interesting!
Let me know in the comments or via Twitter what you prefer.
Now, without further ado, let's get started with this week's "Weekly Roundup":
This week John Resig posted a detailed blog on ASM.js. This is very detailed and well worth a read, as it gives a good insight into ASM.js and also it also interviews David Herman (Senior Researcher at Mozilla Research) with some of the questions you might have about ASM.js. The blog post can be found here, and I highly recommend reading it.
This week was no exception!
We all love GitHub's Gists. This app connects to your GitHub account allowing access to your Gists, and allows you to edit and create new ones as well. It has a very nice, quick and fluid UI. If you use GitHub's Gists regularly then this web application might be for you.
So this is the end of the new Weekly Roundup, as always feedback is most welcome.
If you want more up-to-date links feel free to follow me on twitter @lancscoder as I tweet links throughout the week. Also if you find anything interesting don't hesitate to share it!