But as time passed, I found myself needing to use it more and more. Suddenly everyone was going on about AJAX and websites started to become much more dynamic. So knowing more about this intransigent language started to seem like a good idea.
I realised that my trial-and-error approach wasn't going to work in the long run, but I was convinced this was because JS wasn't a very good language. So it took a while before I got any further.
In this blog are a few small things I've learned from that book. Each of these small bits makes a big difference when I have to read or write JS.