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  • Guided Tour: jQuery - Array wannabes

    This post is part of a series called the Guided Tours . In this second installment we are still looking inside the jQuery code. Trust me, even if it's hard to digest, you can still learn enough if you focus on a little bit at a time. The code we are interested in today is the following. //from jQuery...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 12-23-2009
    Filed under: Series, JavaScript, jQuery, GuidedTour
  • Guided Tour: jQuery - guard and default operators

    This post is part of a series called the Guided Tours . I'm sure I'm not alone when I say that one of the best ways to improve our coding skills is by reading code written by someone else. Sometimes we don't realize how lucky we are to have so much source code at our fingertips, namely Open...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 12-09-2009
    Filed under: Series, JavaScript, jQuery, GuidedTour
  • JavaScript: Not your father's inheritance model - Part 2

    This post is part of a series called JavaScript Demystified . This particular chapter is further divided in two parts. Read Part 1 . Build your own hierarchy Let's pretend we are building some scripts that deal with musical instruments. We could define our own Guitar class type like this: //The constructor...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 06-12-2009
    Filed under: Series, JavaScript, JavaScript-Demystified
  • JavaScript: Not your father's inheritance model - Part 1

    This post is part of a series called JavaScript Demystified . This particular chapter is further divided in two parts. Read Part 2 . In a previous installment in this series we saw how we could create constructor functions in JavaScript. Back then I just mentioned that we don't have classes in JavaScript...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 06-12-2009
    Filed under: Series, JavaScript, JavaScript-Demystified
  • JavaScript: Avoid the Evil eval

    This post is part of a series called JavaScript Demystified . I'm pretty sure by now you have heard at least once that eval is evil . Some nuggets from Eric Lippert's post: if you are considering using eval then there is probably a better way People, eval starts a compiler. I'm also pretty...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 03-31-2009
    Filed under: Series, JavaScript, JavaScript-Demystified
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