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JavaScript made easy.   Shareware ($60.00)
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We all know what coding is: typing & typos, methods & mistakes, doing & debugging. Maybe its just blind faith, maybe its just hopeless optimism, but we really believe that there has to be a better way. We believe this is the better way.

Just starting with JavaScript? One of the hardest things to learn is the dotted syntax. One element on the page is owned by another, is owned by another, and you've got to put down all their names and separate them with dots (periods, if you prefer). That's hard. But it doesn't have to be. Find what you want in the list, click, drag, and drop it into your
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PPC, Mac OS X 10.0 or later






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Downloads:2,843
Version Downloads:1,807
Type:Development : Java
License:Shareware
Date:17 Jun 2002
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price: $60.00
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We all know what coding is: typing & typos, methods & mistakes, doing & debugging. Maybe its just blind faith, maybe its just hopeless optimism, but we really believe that there has to be a better way. We believe this is the better way.

Just starting with JavaScript? One of the hardest things to learn is the dotted syntax. One element on the page is owned by another, is owned by another, and you've got to put down all their names and separate them with dots (periods, if you prefer). That's hard. But it doesn't have to be. Find what you want in the list, click, drag, and drop it into your code. jsTool does all the typing for you. It really is that simple.

Already a JavaScript Pro? How many times have you mistyped the long dotted string? Some hard-core code-masters believe that's part of the coding process. We think you should focus on puzzling out the logic, not puzzling over typos. Drag and drop saves you ton's of time in typing and debugging. True code-masters know the value of an integrated development environment. An IDE (geekspeak for integrated development environment) makes coding much simpler and much faster. An IDE makes for code with fewer bugs, that's easier to maintain and is more reusable. Other languages have IDE's and now so does JavaScript.


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