Events, cookies, timing, and more

An introduction to the JavaScript language

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Kris Hadlock

Date archived: August 1, 2017 | First published: August 02, 2011

JavaScript has become increasingly popular and is arguably one of the most widely used languages on the Internet. It can be used cross-platform and cross-browser, and it does not discriminate against back-end languages. Many great libraries are available to help with development, but sometimes, these libraries are so removed from the original language that beginning developers lack an understanding of the language fundamentals. This article, part 8 in a series, continues the fundamentals of JavaScript with events, try...catch statements, cookie use, and timing functions.

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