paulm at paulm.com
Sat May 17 00:13:31 BST 2008
On Fri, May 16, 2008 at 11:40 PM, Paul Mison <lists at songtwo.demon.co.uk> wrote:
> 2008/5/16 Mehmet Suzen <mehmet.suzen at physics.org>:
>> Couple of weeks ago, my brother has suggested me this :
>> looks promising...anyone tried this before?
> I'd hardly recommend a library. That's like someone asking how to
> learn Perl and being shown Moose. (This analogy may be flawed.)
I think it is flawed to the extent that Perl actually works out of the
implementations render (har) for example dealing with events in any
meaningfully cross-browser way almost impossible.
For sure focus on core ECMAScript, but the moment you want to start to
do something useful don't hesitate to lean on a library to do it. Not
without using a library. Integrate it into the learning process, is my
> Secondly, extjs has been kicking up a bit of controversy with its
> licensing strategy, if you can call it that; it seems more like a
> flail. Here's a critical take:
> As he says, all the cool kids use jQuery.
> Paul Mison
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