rather limited (zero?) :)
so, are there are books/websites you can recommend?
webpages, so DOM manipulation and things like that.
of course i am also interested in learning about the object-model of
An in dept overview of the language and at the same time a complete
In my JS-learning-days I always had it with me, used it daily.
I have found the following reference very valuable. It describes the
Microsoft (surprisingly, the documentation is useful). Of course, skip
the non-W3C parts (they are well marked in the documentation).
Aside from the usual book recommendations, I suggest you go get dojo.
Read that code and ask questions on the mailing list.
matter of learning the DOM API, which is documented in the book and
And don't let the 2001 publication date fool you; this book is still
"May the forces of evil become confused on the way to your house."
-- George Carlin
> is rather limited (zero?) :)
> so, are there are books/websites you can recommend?
> webpages, so DOM manipulation and things like that.
I have found this absolutely indispensable:
It includes lots of other web stuff (or you can just buy the JS sheets),
and it has compatibility information for all the major browsers (even
including Konqueror) for everything in it. I could rave all day about
"Making it up? Why should I want to make anything up? Life's bad enough
as it is without wanting to invent any more of it." (Marvin the
I have heard good things about this book:
I use the O'Reilly pocket reference all the time at home and work, and
it is very good (and cheap too):
On the web, I use this as a quick reference:
(note that it is missing the Node and Element objects, so the pocket
reference book trumps it)