Tag Archive: JavaScript

Article: Why Won’t This Work?

Ever wonder why something won’t work in Javascript?  Code that is simple and really should work?  Try a quick check to see what might be the problem.

Okay, so you’re developing XPages. You are probably writing a lot of JavaScript. You’re getting it, you’re over the hump, past the curve, or whatever metaphor or idiom you’d like to use to say “I get this”.  And then one day, you’re just minding your own business and writing JavaScript like it’s second nature to you, like you used to write LotusScript, and BAM.  It doesn’t work.

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Article: JavaScript Best Practices Guide

This month on SocialBizUg.org, I found a great JavaScript Best Practices Guide.

JavaScript is quickly becoming a top “need to know” language for developers. If you’re developing XPages, then you are likely picking up JavaScript.  For many of us Domino developers, JavaScript is new to us. Luckily there are loads of free resources on the web, and code snippets, and bits and bobs here and there that we can beg, borrow, or steal. However, learning a language “as needed” can often produce some bad habits and rarely introduces best practices.

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