Scope in JavaScript The web professional's online magazine of choice. In: Articles By Mike West Published on September 11, 2006 Scope is one of the foundational aspects of the JavaScript language, and probably the one I’ve struggled with the most when building complex programs. I can’t count the number of times I’ve lost track of what the this keyword refers to after passing control around from function to function, and I’ve often found myself contorting my code in all sorts of confusing ways, trying to retain some semblance of sanity in my understanding of which variables were accessible where. Scope in JavaScript
Yet Another JavaScript Library Without Documentati Yet Another JavaScript Library Without Documentati Just what the world needs, another JavaScript library. Intro Because this library is standards-based it means that you don’t have to learn a new API.