Thursday, May 15, 2008

Google Code Blog: Introducing Google Doctype

Something pretty neat ... worth checking out

Google Doctype contains dozens of articles written by top Googlers on topics important to all web developers: security, performance, caching, DOM manipulation, CSS styling, and more. It contains over 8,000 lines of JavaScript code: Google's own battle-tested JavaScript library, released today under a liberal open source license. And it contains the beginnings of a test-driven reference of the open web: a reference of every element, every attribute, every DOM method, every CSS property, all backed up by test cases.

If your going to learn about the DOM and CSS and stuff this probably isn't such a bad place to go.

Google Code Blog: Introducing Google Doctype

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