Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Writing Object Oriented Javascript Part 1

Discover this article from CodeProject:

ASP.NET and Visual Studio 7.0 are making important contributions to the improvement of the web development experience. Unfortunately, there is also a tendency created among developers to limit their interaction with JavaScript. Clearly JavaScript is valuable for adding client-side functionality to web pages. However ASP.NET programming models suggest that developers produce page layout while emitting client-side JavaScript from ASP.NET controls. As a consequence, this model tends to limit JavaScript to procedural adjuncts. This is rather unfortunate because it severely limits the power of an object-oriented scripting language that developers can use to write rich and reusable client-side components....

Very good article! I didn't know that javascript is indeed that powerful...


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