Wednesday, December 1, 1999

Learn JavaScript with a little TLCC

Help, help, help, help me, Rhonda

What TLCC does superbly is refer you to other sources of information when necessary. In fact, many of the lessons include passages taken directly from Notes help. They're integrated into the lesson in such a way that you read them and you remember them as well.

There are also a lot of great informational nuggets and links to other useful JavaScript information that would take you a long time to discover on your own.

Here are a few of the great links to other useful information that the course gave me:

  • A link to a free copy of the JavaScript Object Roadmap and Quick Reference by Danny Goodman, author of the JavaScript Bible is at http://www.dannyg.com/javascript/index.html.
  • A link to the Microsoft Script Debugger for Internet Explorer is at http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/languages/scriptie/sdebug.asp.
  • A link to a Netscape tip that tells you how to make the JavaScript debugging screen pop-up automatically is at http://developer1.netscape.com:80/docs/technote/javascript/jsconsole.html.

The JavaScript Reference section also gives you a great list of JavaScript books as well as a list of useful JavaScript sites. Sorry, but to get all of these links you're just going to have to get the course.