A beginner's guide to javascript libraries


The comments also introduce jQuery which looks quite interesting.

Update: 20061126, 0230
As my colleague Sudhindra pointed out in his comment, I did miss out behaviour.js which allows you to write much cleaner HTML. Funny he mentions it, because I have a post on a behaviour.js hack to reapply styles to dynamically added or modified DOM elements - something which most AJAX apps tend to do - sitting in the Drafts section of my blog for almost a month now pending my figuring out how to post HTML markup on blogger (something I complain about in my very next post!).

1 comment:

Sudhindra Rao said...

This is not a complete list. I am using something called as 'behaviour.js' and awesome library to separate behaviour and html code... note the English spelling of the word.