Friday, February 9th, 2007
Here are some of their thoughts:
- You need to know how to create an element on the fly, get a reference to any element on the page, insert, remove, replace, etc. nodes in the page. These methods should be memorized!
- No modern web application can survive without event handlers. Knowledge of the differences across browsers and issues surrounding event handling are a must.
- Do you have any experience with JSON? If so, … why do you think some developers may prefer to use this as the envelope language as opposed to XML?
- This means understanding how to set up a prototype chain and how to make sure a base constructor is applied correctly in the process of object instantiation.
- The basics of JS object mutability, and using that to isolate code. Basically faking namespaces by using objects to hold other objects.
Do you agree? Anything you would add?
Posted by Dion Almaer at 4:40 am