Added to Web Reference: Core JavaScript Reference

2007-02-01 21:14 - Programming

A while back, I discovered the Core JavaScript Reference, and it sure is great. I've been procrastinating for six weeks, but I've finally now assimilated it into my Web Development Reference.

I've left the old DevGuru reference that was there. It's pretty good, but this one is much nicer with plentiful in-page anchors, meaning you get the piece of info you're looking for, not a huge page of similar topics to scroll through.

That's all!

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