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01 Sep 2006

Link: A Flurry of Prototype Updates

30 Aug 2006

Link: Using Prototype’s New String Functions |

29 Aug 2006

Link: Making Internet Explorer use position: fixed;

22 Aug 2006

Link: Unobtrusive Javascript Rails Plugin

13 Jul 2006

Link: Prototype 1.4.0 Documentation

30 Jun 2006

Link: Sylvain Zimmer » Speeding up Prototype’s Selector

22 Jun 2006

Link: Standardista Table Sorting (A client-side JavaScript Table Sorting module)

16 May 2006

Link: QuirksMode - for all your browser quirks

13 Apr 2006

Link: :: API lookup service

helpful reference to a stack of apis

06 Sep 2005

Link: A List Apart: Articles: JavaScript Logging


Javascript/CSS scripts which provide neat javascript debugging, displaying the results within the page

24 Aug 2005

Link: Behaviour : Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript behaviours

Something I should really get into the habit of doing - separating javascript completely from the presentation.

23 Aug 2005

Link: MochiKit – A lightweight Javascript library

Haven't yet tried this out, but some of the functionality looks awesome

22 Jun 2005

Link: Six JavaScript features we do not need any longer

Commit these rules into your memory

17 Jun 2005

Link: Content with Style: Fixing the Back Button and Enabling Bookmarking for AJAX Apps

A solution for maintaining bookmarks and back button functionality in ajax-ified web apps

17 Jun 2005

Link: The Behaviour Layer: Using JavaScript for good, not evil

Another @media slide-set, by Jeremy Keith on the right way to use javascript.

01 Jun 2005

Link: DHTML Utopia: Modern Web Design Using JavaScript

Its not the book, but better than nothing

18 Apr 2005

Link: Select Replacement Test

hide and restyle

04 Apr 2005


Another Javascript library for Ajax

28 Mar 2005

Link: Drag-and-drop Sortable Lists with JavaScript and CSS

Not yet IE compatible, but awesome none-the-less

23 Mar 2005

Link: Prototype: Object-Oriented Javascript Library

Awesome javascript library which simplifies AJAX calls to such a wonderfully easy level

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