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Robust Client-Side JavaScript - A Developer’s Guide

by Spone
The JavaScript programming language is an essential tool of web developers today. Websites ship more and more JavaScript to the browser to be more interactive. The more complex client-side JavaScript gets, the more error-prone and fragile the user experience might get. Why do we need to talk about robust JavaScript and how do we achieve it?

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Javascript Best Practices

by Spone
A presentation about tricks and best practice ideas of how to use JavaScript.

2005

Particletree · The Hows and Whys of Degradable Ajax

by nhoizey & 6 others
we decided that we wanted to create a flawless user experience for all users without having to sacrifice the added user interface benefits provided by Ajax goodness

Wait till I come! » Six JavaScript features we do not need any longer

by nhoizey & 3 others (via)
It is a tool, much like a shovel, a screwdriver or a towel. While a towel is handy in every situation, as every HHGTTG reader knows, JavaScript has its place and its merits, but also its limitations and places it shouldn’t be applied to.

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