jsTool X
jsTool X 1.0.1
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Brings drag & drop concept to Javascript.   Free
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jsTool brings the concept of drag & drop to the JavaScript world. It provides you a list of objects and a clear hierarchy based on the elements of the document object model that works across browsers. Grab an object in that list and drop it on your code and the JavaScript reference to that object is created. It's great for beginners because they can learn how JavaScript and the DOM work through simple drag & drop experimentation. It's great for professionals because they can't make a typo with drag & drop. Plus its a heck of a lot faster.
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PPC, MacOS X 10.0 or later







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CB3 commented on 02 Jun 2003
What's the difference between this software and jsTool X 1.0? Except that it's listed under Development:Java and costs $60?
[Version 1.0.1]


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Sebastienboisvert commented on 21 Jun 2002
How can it be 'free' when it asks you for a serial number?!?
[Version 1.0.1]


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Downloads:2,547
Version Downloads:1,325
Type:Development : HTML
License:Free
Date:18 Jun 2002
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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jsTool brings the concept of drag & drop to the JavaScript world. It provides you a list of objects and a clear hierarchy based on the elements of the document object model that works across browsers. Grab an object in that list and drop it on your code and the JavaScript reference to that object is created. It's great for beginners because they can learn how JavaScript and the DOM work through simple drag & drop experimentation. It's great for professionals because they can't make a typo with drag & drop. Plus its a heck of a lot faster.


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