You say you are using jQuery. While that's a powerful library, unless you really have a good grasp of functional language concepts like function contexts and closures, you'll not be able to use it to its fullest capabilities.
Yes it is very much true. After so many year of web programming, when it comes to JS we always try to touch the code. We pretend to know but...
Part of it because of idiosyncrasies inherent in the language. We don't know how to do, if we find out how to do we are not sure if it works, if it works we are not sure if it will ALWAYS work in all browsers etc. We just pray it works
Before firebug even debugging of JS was nightmarish job
Originally posted by Paras Jain: Part of it because of idiosyncrasies inherent in the language.
Joined: Feb 26, 2005
Yes Bear, May be you are right. DOM could be the part I may be really talking of. May be because we don�t know the language completely in terms of syntax therefore we think that it is tough. Now a days JS is more of use some library and if it doesn�t work google, find the code, modify it and use it
Joined: Jul 16, 2008
I tried to summarize the answer to the "why this title" question here