I have recently cleaned out my programming pages and kept only the scripts that people might find useful, instructive, or amusing.

Here are some javascript web sites pulled off my former web links pages:

  • irt.org maintained by Martin Webb. Originally devoted to JavaScript, this site now has a wealth of other resources.
  • WebReference's Doc JavaScript (http://www.webreference.com/js/) Very clear descriptions of some commonly used JavaScript features and info about JS 1.2 for 4th-generation browsers.
  • Netscape's JavaScript Authoring Guide (http://devedge.netscape.com) This is the stuff straight from the horse's mouth.
  • Javascript 1.2 Netscape's supplement of additions to the JavaScript language for Communicator 4.0.  Stuff like layers and style sheet properties.  Javascript for the HTML 4.0 standard.
  • HotSyte Javascript Information Jerry Bradenbaugh's JavaScript information site on which I found the answer to a question I posted at Message Base Central that never got answered


For the more adventurous.  Java is not Javascript.

  • Java Lecture Notes (http://sunsite.unc.edu/javafaq/course/index.html) An extensive Java tutorial by an early practioner of the language. The Java FAQ is also an excellent broad resource.

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