JavaScriptBits

July 19, 2010
http://javascript.crockford.com/
http://www.foolishpleasure.net/for-the_love-in-javascript/ [videos]
http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596517748/ [by crockford]

From http://www.robrich.org/archive/2008/05/15/thinking-in-javascript---a-ha.aspx
* A JavaScript object is like a dictionary -- Roughly like Dictionary<string, object>
* A JavaScript method is an object -- You can assign and retrieve them
* All function parameters are optional -- No function overloading, but no need
* Constructors declare instance level variables -- They aren't private
* All JavaScript objects reference a prototype -- The prototype defines common implementation

http://vanderburg.org/Writing/LearningToLoveJavaScript/
- Functions are first-class objects.
- Methods are just functions attached to objects.
- You can add methods to classes at any time (even after instances have been created).
- Individual objects can have their own methods.
- ``Class constructors’’ are just functions.
- Functions, being objects, can have their own properties.
- You can call functions with fewer (or more) arguments than the function is declared to take.
- If no value is passed for a function argument, it gets the value undefined.
http://www.jsunit.net/
jsmock -: http://ajaxian.com/archives/tdd-and-javascript-with-jsmock

JavaScriptMethods
JavaScriptUnitTesting

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