JavaScript

Dec 102015
 

NZ3L3S ‘-’

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  2. NZ23L1 ‘completeness stage’ CONSTRUCTING
  3. NZ3GR7 ‘name anew’
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      NZ3LVE ‘‘{git repos & equivalent} in ‘online drives including Insync/Google Drive, Dropbox, & more’ :NZ3LA4’, ‘in ‘NOLDef’’ :NZ3L3S

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  5. NYMMA7 remaining sections ‘definition’ + ‘post history addi[……]MORE
Dec 022015
 

NYA9XX: ‘‘ JavaScript’ overall ‘‘especially what I need to know’™’ :http://1.JotHere.com/5225#NYA9XX

  1. O8DA90: ‘section’
    1. ‘‘‘Pretty Link’ entry’ ‘anew’’
    2. NYABUS: ‘history in reverse order’
      1. OA30YS: ‘op’{resume editing after {;date 2016.07.11MonPst1453 ;polish .75 ;version 4 ;words 1373 ;revision 9}
        1. after update {#OA67EJ} after NY0WO6 with replacement qty {96+0+86}
        2. OA670O: after updates {#OA64P3 whole section + /5534#OA5XF6 so now #OA66WL }
        3. OA0S7H: after template enhancements: extensive including now multi-line & aiming towards universal
        4. after date .09Sat[……]MORE
Jul 032015
 

NQVDRD:   “intro & overall”

  1. NQVDTX:  “The “terms of use” of {this post & its comments, including the privacy & confidentiality of it plus all knowledge obtained from it} is JotHere’s standard Terms of Use except:
    1.  NQVDUA:  none.
      TBA
  2. NQVDUJ:  “post name history in reverse start-order”
    1. NQVDUR:  now originally to next: “{CSS(Cascading Style Sheets) & related JavaScriptstumbling points, by DestinyArchitect
    2. NQVDYB:  “per post name, add post to categories”
      1.  NQVDYT:  ‘CSS LXM2QF
      2. NQVE1M:  ‘JavaScript NQVCR2
      3.  NQVDYK:  ‘DestinyArchitect creatio[……]MORE
Mar 272012
 

M1KK4H Version 1.0

  1. M1KK60: Title: apps (webmobile, & native) in JavaScript+HTML+CSS http://1.JotHere.com/2716#M1KK4H
  2. M1KLAV: Originally if 1 wanted to develop an app, one had to pick a language for each type of platform it was to run on:
  1. M1KLC9: For the increasingly popular web browser, the only choices were:
  1. M1KLDG:  HTML+CSS plus JavaScript and/or (rather weird & limited) XSLT
  2. M1KLYC: Limited Java if using GWT which is complex & requires another level of compilation.
  • M1KLER: For the big-3 desktop environments, the big choices were
    1. M1KLG4: In pow[……]MORE