[parenscript-devel] How to use an external JavaScript library (or framework)?

Vladimir Sedach vsedach at gmail.com
Tue Feb 1 22:57:27 UTC 2011

Parenscript lets you use JS object properties and call JS functions
as-is, and the functions it generates are also callable as-is, so you
can use any JS library you want without having to do any extra work.

I've used PS with Prototype, jQuery, and Ext JS, but the one library I
really like is Fork JavaScript.


2011/2/1 nitralime <nitralime at googlemail.com>:
> Hi folks!
> I'm almost sure that these questions have been already asked.
> However, I couldn't find any search utility in the archive
> of this mailing list and hence ask them again:
> How can an external JavaScript library be used in Parenscript?
> Which JavaScript library does suit Parenscript well?
> What is the idomatic way to integrate a JavaScript library
> into an application using Parenscript?
> Any answer (resp. pointer) is very much appreciated.
> Regards
> Nik
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