[Webdev] DHTML etc.
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Fri Jun 7 13:07:45 IST 2002
> May be helpful if you plan on using a lot of DHTML. I haven't used either
> myself, so I can't vouch for them.
The dynapi is really very cool, but it's an enormous block of code that most
people don't need. Granted, it loads modules dynamically, but still...
That said, there's a hell of a lot to be learned by playing with it and
reading the docs. (The docs could be better, but it's a good start.)
I refer to this one a lot meself (you can download it):
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