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Examples of code js with nothing to blame

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I am trying to learn, which type of javascript code is really good according
to the experts of this newsgroup. It might be easy to show few lines of code
with nothing to blame, but what about several hundreds of lines? The
attitude towards frameworks here seems to be very critical: nothing is good,
a newbie should read the ECMA-standards, RFC:s and start coding beautiful
systems after some years of stydying them (?).
Is there anyone daring to state ' the javascript code at (url =...) is fine,
admirable, and a good example for any newbie to study'?
Aug 8 '08 #1
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On Aug 8, 12:53*am, "optimistx" <optimistxPoi...@poistahotmail.com>
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I am trying to learn, which type of javascript code is really good according
to the experts of this newsgroup. It might be easy to show few lines of code
with nothing to blame, but what about several hundreds *of lines? The
Huh?
attitude towards frameworks here seems to be very critical: nothing is good,
The currently popular general-purpose JavaScript-based frameworks?
You can go right down the list. They are not good and don't seem to
be getting any better. For most, the only way they could get better
is if they disappeared.
a newbie should read the ECMA-standards, RFC:s and start coding beautiful
systems after some years of stydying them (?).
If you endeavor to program JavaScript, it would make sense to
familiarize yourself with the language and therefore the ECMA
specifications should be of interest to you, but that is certainly not
the only document on the subject.

If you are going to script browsers, you will need to know about the
DOM too. The RFC's are a very good reference, as is the Mozilla site.

Alternatively, you could download other people's scripts, paste them
together and hope things work out. When and if things go wrong, you
can always turn to the Other People. But what if they turn out to be
completely clueless and/or delusional? All of the time spent learning
how to do things in a clueless and/or delusional manner was wasted.
Is there anyone daring to state ' the javascript code at (url =...) is fine,
admirable, and a good example for any newbie to study'?
Are you saying nobody has ever dared to post examples in this group?
Start with the FAQ and then search the group for whatever interests
you. You will find examples both and good and bad. Skip anything by
VK. Good luck!
Aug 8 '08 #2

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