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A Journal about the experiences I have developing little applications in C#, Perl, Html and Javascript and talking about things new things that I use. Always Geeky; Always Nerdy; Always poor Grammer!

I am a Software Analyst Developer working in Southport, England but living in Liverpool. I develop mainly in C# and ASP.Net. I have been developing comercial software for several years now. I maintain this site (hosted at SwitchMedia UK) as a way of exploring new technologies (such as AJAX) and just generally talking about techie geek issues. This site is developed through a host of Perl scripts and a liberal use of Javascript. I enjoy experimenting with new technologies and anything that I make I host here.

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Sunday, November 20, 2005

Google Search: threads in javascript

One of the searches that came in to my blog was "threads in javascript". I have writte about this previously on my blog. Basically, I couldn't find anything that would allow "threading" in Javascript.

The closest I could come up with was to create a set of queues (that mimic threads). These queues hold items of work that need to be carried out and once every 250ms or a developer configured amount, the queue will ask a worker object to find out what work needs to be carried out. If there is work to do then it will start the task, if work is already being executed from the queue, then the work will not initiate the task.

Check out my AJAX Tagger 2.0 and see psuedo threads in action.

If someone else has any ideas about threading in Javscript I would love to hear it.

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lol, I'm not sure if I understand it.

You would make us nub readers a lot more happy with some answeres in stead of those endless questions. haha

happy new year anywayzz

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