I'd add event delegation in there.

On Nov 18, 7:02 am, Tom Gregory <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Good list.
>
> I'd add function chaining and element selectors ($$, et al).  ... But  
> that pushes the list to eleven.
>
> #6 is vague ...  it could mean many different things (even contain its  
> own list of 10!)
>
> TAG
>
> On Nov 17, 2008, at 10:56 PM, Andrew Dupont wrote:
>
>
>
> > I'm thinking about how we can flatten the learning curve. If you were
> > to teach someone how to use Prototype in 10 incremental steps, what
> > would they be?
>
> > I've got only nine so far, but here they are:
>
> > 1. Master the $ Function
> > 2. Use instance methods to perform common tasks on elements
> > 3. Master event observing
> > 4. Push the envelope with Ajax
> > 5. Use Enumerable to manage collections
> > 6. Use Prototype's helper methods on built-in objects
> > 7. Treat functions like first-class objects
> > 8. Have your mind blown by custom events
> > 9. Write class-based JavaScript
>
> > Can you add a tenth to this list? Or do you have a completely
> > different list? Let's hear it.
>
> > Cheers,
> > Andrew
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