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WAS Re: [nycphp-talk] And the HTML guru is.... NOW about Behavor Driven vs test Driven development

inforequest 1j0lkq002 at sneakemail.com
Wed Jan 10 14:55:04 EST 2007


csnyder chsnyder-at-gmail.com |nyphp dev/internal group use| wrote:

> On 1/10/07, inforequest <1j0lkq002 at sneakemail.com> wrote:
>
>> csnyder chsnyder-at-gmail.com |nyphp dev/internal group use| wrote:
>>
>> > On 1/9/07, inforequest <1j0lkq002 at sneakemail.com> wrote:
>> >
>> > Or do you mean the so-called "behavior" approach to front-end
>> > programming, where the class attributes of objects in markup are used
>> > to create JavaScript objects on page load? Saves a lot of code, but
>> > the routines used to find objects by class name are notoriously slow.
>> >
>>
>> yeah, that's the one. Do we expect the "slowness" to improve with age?
>> The idea of keeping the presentation js separate from the behavior js is
>> as nice as it was when we did it to the HTML.
>
>
> Or maybe we shouldn't uses classes for behavior:
> http://unspace.ca/discover/attributes/ 

Thanks Chris. I had apparently been reading people who read that 
article. It was better.

It's obvious once again: one needs to be an expert at everything to be 
good at the web. I know I will never do well with js, so I will continue 
to do things the way the XXXXX library allows me to, and then move on 
again next time.

That makes me more of a novice than ever before. Yeah. Another year older.

-=john

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