Fixing Events in Javascript

Events are an integral part of Javascript programming. No matter if you use Javascript in the browser or on the server with [node.js](http://nodejs.org), you will be listening to, and perhaps trigger numerous events. Yesterday [I talked about Twitter’s Flight, which, I argued, might be pushing events too far](https://zef.me/5390/decoupling-events-vs-dependency-injection). Nevertheless, the fact that something can beContinue reading “Fixing Events in Javascript”