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A Server-Side Assist for Loading Client-Side JavaScript Code

Thursday, June 01, 2006 { 0 Comments }

A Server-Side Assist for Loading Client-Side JavaScript Code: "One of the reasons frameworks are so important is that JavaScript isn't quite ready for programming in the large. Don't get me wrong—the language is beautifully designed, but some of the subtleties of in-browser programming, to say nothing of cross-browser portability issues, can make JavaScript development something less than smooth. One example is its poor support for the include statement, which enables one file to draw in the contents of another—usually a file containing a useful library. Just about every language has a mechanism for this, and various Web technologies have a number of different ways of providing include functionality."

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