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December 26, 2001 5:50 AM

I've been working with JavaScript for several years and was pleasantly surprised to find the new edition (4th) of the O'Reilly JavaScript book on the shelf at Borders. As expected, the book is pretty well organized, and lets you know what calls can be made in what browsers. But, as always, the art of JavaScritpting in the real world is not so predictable.

One resource I have used in the past is the FAQTs JavaScript Knoweledge Base. The thing I like about the site is that it's a question and answer architecture. Sometimes I will find a question similar to my own, and look at the examples that answer my question. This sort of resource allows the application/functionality prototyper (that's me) to get something working in a minimum of time.