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    JavaScript Resources


    Per vbrtrmn's request this is a sticky for some good JavaScript resources. So if you have some good ones then post them in this thread.


    This thread will be closely watched and edited, once we have a posting style we should try to stick with it.


    Thanks guys

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    • ChiefWigs1982 agrees : Hey, good idea, hopefully people will actually take notice of this sticky, and search for solutions before posting!
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    • Aphonik disagrees : Why dont you put a rescources thread for each programming language?
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    - JavaScript.com
    - JavaScript Tutorials

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    I requested the Sticky, so I better have a good list, right? Here's what I've got for now, work is going to start getting suspicious

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    Last edited by vbrtrmn; October 18th, 2005 at 09:52 AM.
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    CrossBrowser iFrame Script Content Viewing
    I've posted this several times, though it may be useful to make a perm link to it.
    Code:
    // Pass both the ID and NAME of the iframe which you want the innerHTML of.
    function iframer(ID,name) {
      var saf = navigator.userAgent.match(/Safari/i);
      var iFrame = document.getElementById(ID);
      var data="";
      if (iFrame.contentDocument && !saf) {
        // NS6 & Gecko
        data=iFrame.contentDocument.defaultView.document.body.innerHTML;
      } else if (iFrame.contentWindow) {
        // IE 5.5 & 6.x
        data=iFrame.contentWindow.document.body.innerHTML;
      } else if (saf) {
        // This may also support Konqueror, I haven't tested it yet.
        // Safari
        data=iFrame.document.body.innerHTML;
      } else if (document.all) {
        // IE 5.5 on the MAC
        data=document.frames[name].document.body.innerHTML;
      }
      return(data);
    }
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    Thaus Javascript Tutorial
    Thaus Advanced JS Tutorial

    These are excellent tutorial for javascript (some say the best on the web)

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    Always find the following useful:

    Quick referance:
    http://www.devguru.com/Technologies/...ipt_index.html

    Regular Expressions:

    http://www.regular-expressions.info/javascript.html

    (hope these arn't duplicates, but I couldn't see em)
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    Thanks for the list of resources...Ray
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    http://www.htmlite.com
    http://www.brainjar.com
    http://www.sitepoint.com/article/rough-guide-dom/1
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    Here's a list of a few useful JavaScript libraries / functions:

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    I found this Javadoc style reference to be rather useful when I needed a quick refresher on DOM properties and built in object names.

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    Lightbox V2.0 has been released and they have added a few cool new features. There is also a fairly comprehensive roundup of JavaScript libraries.

    Here are couple more useful JavaScript libraries that aren't mentioned in the link above:

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    If you want to approach Javascript as a programming language, and understand how it really works, spend some time at Douglas Crockford's site. If you don't know the name, he happens to be one of the head Javascript gurus for Yahoo, as well as the inspiration behind the whole JSON concept. There are some good videos of Crockford's teaching sessions on Youtube and Google Video, also.

    If you take the time to read through what he's talking about, especially with regard to objects, functions and prototyping, you might just reach the "Aha!!" moment where you really Get It. In spite of buggy browser implementations, the concepts behind Javascript are truly elegant.

    Also, if you are interested in the future of Javascript, pay attention: it's going to get a LOT better soon. Already, Javascript 1.7 and 1.8 in the latest Mozilla browsers are introducing some great features, and when Javascript 2.0 (ECMAscript 4) comes out, I (and many other developers) think it will start to become a serious general-purpose language, not just a browser-based one.

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    Ultimate Javascript trim() http://blog.stevenlevithan.com/archi...rim-javascript

    PHP functions in Javascript http://kevin.vanzonneveld.net/techblog/category/php2js/

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