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Welcome to Mozile, the WYSIWYG XHTML editor for Mozilla! This document includes information for using and developing Mozile. It is a work in progress, and we welcome suggestions and contributions.

Documents

  1. Mozile Documentation - A General Introduction to Mozile
  2. Mozile Development - Notes on the Development of Mozile
    1. JavaScript - JavaScript resources
    2. DOM - Document Object Model resources
    3. XUL - Extensible User-Interface Language resources
    4. XBL - Extensible Binding Language resources
    5. JSDoc - JSDoc documentation resources
    6. JsUnit - JsUnit testing framework resources
  3. Mozile Design - An explanation of the design of Mozile
    1. Mozile Usage - A description of how Mozile is used (behaviour specification)
    2. Mozile Core - A description of the Mozile Core code
    3. Mozile Modules - A description of the Mozile Modules
    4. Mozile Server-Side - A description of the Mozile Server-Side code
    5. Mozile Extension - A description of the Mozile Extension code

(All Documentation in a Single File)

Contents

  1. JavaScript
    1. About JavaScript
    2. JavaScript and Mozile
    3. JavaScript Resources

JavaScript

About JavaScript

JavaScript is the programming language most often used to program active web pages. All the major browsers support JavaScript. It is a dynamically typed language with a C-style syntax which includes many interesting features such as object inheritance through prototyping. Although many developers look down on JavaScript for reasons such as its slow performance or lack of libraries, the language is easy for beginners to learn and (once understood) is very elegant.

JavaScript and Mozile

All Mozle code is written in JavaScript. The advantage of this is that Mozile 0.7 can be used over the web, without the need to install anything. JavaScript which runs in Mozilla is guaranteed to work the same on all platforms Mozilla runs on. The key disadvantages are in performance.

JavaScript Resources

James A. Overton - http://mozile.mozdev.org - 2006-02-02

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