Introducing Prototype and Scriptaculous Part 1
Prototype provides an extremely solid foundation for developing complex, well-structured code, but on its own does little beyond that. The onus of developing the functionality that the end user will see still rests firmly with the developer.
Editor's Note: To see the last part of this series go to Introducing Prototype and Scriptaculous Part 2.
About the Authors
Michael "Bear" Bibeault is a US-based Java programmer with over 20 years' experience in enterprise and Web applications. He's a popular moderator on The Java Ranch and coauthor of the upcoming Ajax in Practice.
Tom Locke is an UK-based independent web developer and trainer specializing in Ruby on Rails. He is the creator of Logix, a multi-language programming system, and the CTO of LiveLogix.
Source of This MaterialPrototype and Scriptaculous in Action
By Dave Crane and Bear Bibeault with Tom Locke
Published by Manning Publications Co., March 2007
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This material is Chapter 1 of the book.
Reprinted with the publisher's permission.
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