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Frank Skornia's picture

Reference Document

I just whinged about this on Twitter. One thing that is bugging me a bit as I go along (especially with gaps of time) is trying to remember the syntax for certain commands. I don't have time to start today, but what do people think of developing a reference document that develops as additional syntax and commands are added to our repetoires?

I'll play with the idea tomorrow night after work and see what may work. Ideally it would be a document that can be referenced by the command and also by the week where it was introduced (people remember and look for info in different ways). Any ideas on this front are welcome.

Andromeda Yelton's picture

I think it's a good idea, but before you get into it you should see if the work on http://catcode.pbworks.com/ already has you covered :).

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Amanda L. Goodman's picture

That was my question as well. I remember console.log right now, but when I revisited the code later in the week, there's no guarantee that I will remember which command they are looking for in your code. 

Bohyun Kim's picture

I just run to this every time I forget the syntax: http://www.w3schools.com/js/default.asp

Or you can google JS cheatsheet and there will be many you can download...