London WebGL, JSONSelect

27 May 2011 | By Alex Young | Tags json webgl events

London WebGL

Mozilla Labs has a good post up about the London WebGL Meetup in a post entitled London WebGL Meetup Yesterday. The event was organised by Giles Thomas who writes Learning WebGL (featured previously on DailyJS here: JavaScript 3D).

When asked for “How many of you know what the Demoscene is?” 90% raised their hands. Record!

Mr. Doob was there too, it sounded like a great event. I’d love to attend the next one!


JSONSelect (GitHub: lloyd / JSONSelect, License, npm: JSONSelect) by Lloyd Hilaiel is a selector language for JSON. There’s an interactive demo on the project’s site which shows the supported selectors.

The author writes about JSONSelect more like a language than a convenient Node parser — in fact he calls the JavaScript code a reference implementation.

Here’s an example of the npm package in action:

var jsonselect = require('jsonselect');

jsonselect.match('.name', { people: [ { name: 'Alex' }, { name: 'Jones' } ] });
// [ 'Alex', 'Jones' ]

Do you remember when I reviewed TJ Holowaychuk’s finance app in the Finance Code Review? Well, TJ included a little file-based database using JSON. JSONSelect could be the perfect partner for that approach, particularly for small open source Express web apps.

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