Power ECMAScripting


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Devices supported by server side ECMAScript

PC
fixed
Laptop
mobile
Tablet
mobile
Personal Digital Assistant
mobile
Smart phone
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Telephone
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Introduction

This website provides a comprehensive introduction to Power ECMAScripting1.

Power ECMAScripting involves the optimized use of ECMAScript resources in the design, implementation and operations management of both the server and client side program functional components of web applications.



ECMAScript is the ECMA Standard 262



ECMAScript is the ISO/IEC Standard 16262



ECMAScript resources include:
  • Client side ECMAScript
  • The ECMAScript core standard (ECMA & ISO)
  • Server side ECMAScript extensions of the core standard

The scope of Power ECMAScripting

A summary of the scope and capabilities of Power ECMAScripting can be seen by Clicking Here.

Power-ECMAScripting can achieve several orders of magnitude gains in performance taking ECMAScript well beyond the performance of existing web client side scripts. This is particularly true in the case of mobile applications where server side support represents a quantum leap over the power of "mobile apps".

Methods to lever this gain in applications power include careful systems design, configurations that optimize data and information access according to applications knowledge domains and critical decision analysis considerations.

Power-ECMAScripting capabilities can be further enhanced through the use of advanced client platforms, server auxiliary functions and interface scripts that can manipulate operating systems.




1  Power-ECMAScripting was founded in 2010 under the sponsorship of The George Boole Foundation Limited as a component of the Foundation's extension service oganized through the Decision Analysis Initiative (DAI) 2010-2015. The site sponsorship was renewed for the second phase of DAI (2015-2020).


The Decision Analysis Initiative 2010-2015 & 2015-2020
George Boole Foundation