Friday 1 June 2007

Everything you always wanted to know about Javascript but were too afraid to ask

I’ve been hacking with Javascript since ’97 or so and it always seemed so accessible I never thought about sitting down to actually discover what it’s all about. Between AJAX and widgets and funky calendar controls I've recently came across constructs I'd never seen before—admittedly Javascript is, even after nearly x years, a mystery to me. Or rather it was, until I read this article:

The article is reasonably short, very concise and explains a lot about the language itself. Better still, the article is targeted at .NET C# developers who know more about classes and method than prototypes. The examples are great as well.

Looks like Javascript isn’t going away any time soon so I’d suggest this article as a great intro to the rest of your life as a Javascript developer ;-)

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