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The main benefit of this approach is that it reduces the number of event
listeners required. This can reduce memory and processing require-
ments for large and complex pages. You'll see it used frequently in
large-scale web applications.
Your rapid introduction to JavaScript is now complete. Don't worry if
you're still confused—it's unlikely that you'll pick it all up in a few pages.
At least nothing you see in the rest of the topic should be unfamiliar to
you. Feel free to refer back here any time. If you want to go into JavaScript
in more depth, check out the resources in the next section.
Further reading
For a detailed discussion of the differences between event handling in
IE and all the other browsers, refer to www .
For a complete reference of all the methods and properties of the
DOM , check out the Mozilla Developer Network: https://developer .
For an alternative introduction to JavaScript, try “Thau's JavaScript
Tutorial”: .
That concludes the appendixes for Hello! HTML5 and CSS3. After reading them
you should have an understanding of how the web was built and how we
arrived at the current standards as well as a working knowledge of the
technologies which make up modern web pages: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
Welcome to the world of web development, I hope you enjoy it!
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