You Know You Should Use JavaScript When…

Posted onMonday, 05 October 2009

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You know you should use JavaScript when the task cannot be accomplished with any other technology.

That’s what Doug suggested when I asked him for a nicer spin on a something that was going through my head:

JavaScript: If it can be done in another language, it should be done in another language.

That just sounds so negative, which is definitely not what I’m getting at here. But I am trying to make a point. JavaScript is capable of doing tasks that can also be accomplished in other languages. JavaScript is also capable of doing things that cannot be done in any other language. Some examples are probably in order.

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