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High Performance JavaScript: Build Faster Web Application Interfaces

While many people praise Douglas Crockford’s (a.k.a. Javascripts adoptive parent) JavaScript: The Good Parts on a daily basis, some without even having read the book, I think that the book I am about to review is more adequate to many Javascript developers and enthusiasts.

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Why I like Prototype?

Lately I have read articles which were comparing, bashing and dissecting multiple Javascript libraries (or framework, but I wouldn’t go that far with their definition). And as each of those articles took a side for their favorite and disregarding the others. I as well would like to show my appreciation to my favorite Javascript library Prototype, and this without bashing the other ones.

So what do I like about Prototype?
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