Articles, Blogs, Rants, Talks
- Michael Bolin worked at Google and helped create Closure. Is the author of “Closure The Definitive Guide”, created plovr and is passionate about Closure.
- Michael Bolin The Closure Compiler turns a Pattern into an Antipattern
- Google Making Closure less verbose with goog.scope
- Erik Arvidsson Announcing Closure 2009
- Writing HTML5 apps with Google App Engine, Google Closure Library and Clojure Stefan Richter - Google Developer Day 2010
- Google Closure Tools Simon Stewart - JSinSA 2011
- BloatBusters: Eliminating memory leaks in Gmail Loreena Lee & Robert Hundt - WebPerfDays 2012
- Finding Closure from jQuery Rhys Brett-Bowen - HTML5 Dev conf 2012
- Keeping Your Code in Check Michael Bolin - MLOC 2013. Slides from the presentation.
- How Google Does it Rhys Brett-Bowen Philly ETE 2013. Slides from the presentation
Coffee2Closure (Github npm) : proceesses compiled coffeescript to closure friendly code.
Closure Mode for CoffeeScript (blogpost demo): coffeescript fork which takes a –google flag to compile to closure friendly code
- hleumas coffee-script (Github): coffeescript fork with support for closure
- saucer (Github): a boilerplate project using coffeescript
clojurescript (Github wiki)
- Programming Closure.
- Closure on IRC Resources.
- Closure Templates Examples.
The only book published for the Closure Tools is the Closure The Definitive Guide, written by Michael Bolin. While it’s the only book, it is one of the most thorough and detailed technical books out there.