Saturday, July 23, 2011

My js data structures and algorithms now on GitHub

If you have been reading my blog lately, you know that I'm implementing some data structures and algorithms in JavaScript. So far, I have blogged about simple sorting algorithms, the stack data structure and the queue data structure. This week I have also implemented a doubly linked list. I started writing a post about that last implementation, but I didn't like where it was going, so instead of writing about it, I have pushed everything to a public Git repository.

You can find the public repository here.

I structured the repository like this:
  • Scripts: The JavaScript files which contain the various algorithms and data structures.
  • Implementations: HTML pages used to demonstrate the usage of some of these algorithms and data structures.
  • Tests: QUnit tests.
Feel free to watch or fork this project. I will still be writing about most implemenations, but probably not all of them.

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