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The DOM is a Mess @ Yahoo

by on Feb 02, 2009

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A talk that I gave at Yahoo, in January 2009, about the DOM.

A talk that I gave at Yahoo, in January 2009, about the DOM.

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  • darlingshan darlingshan dom 2 years ago
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  • stulangperdana stulangperdana That's really amazing.

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  • TeishaFoglia Teisha Foglia, Engineer at TM LtD i really liked those! they were easy, convenient, and intuitive

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  • bentrem Bernard (ben) Tremblay, free lance at Ben Tremblay & Associates *cough* Yahoo has messed up DOM?
    I suggest your title could use some clarification. Given how we use Twitter there's nothing atoub '@yahoo' that suggests this was a presentation given at Yahoo ... if that is indeed what it means.
    5 years ago
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  • gilbertoalbino Gilberto Albino, Software Developer at Swarz - Tecnologia e Comunicacao This stuff rocks, but just some questions:
    When a browser is released this bugs are caused due to bad reverse engeneering?
    I can't understand why the guys change de default behavior of javascript.
    Let's take PHP as an example, it's the same over all servers.
    Why is that so diferent from javascript or DOM on browers?
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  • alexcheng1982 Fu Cheng, Software Developer at Propellerhead Ltd. @jeresig: yeah, I agree. That's exactly what API is. Once you created it, made it public, you have to live with it for a long time. 5 years ago
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  • jeresig jeresig @guestb7eefc: That shouldn't be the case, though. Web developers shouldn't have to fear the APIs that they're given. The current situation in which JavaScript/DOM developers live is pretty ridiculous, if you think about it. 5 years ago
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