Netscape 6, Part VI: Object-Oriented DOCJSLIB 1.2: A Final Word - Doc JavaScript | WebReference

Netscape 6, Part VI: Object-Oriented DOCJSLIB 1.2: A Final Word - Doc JavaScript


Netscape 6, Part VI: Object-Oriented DOCJSLIB 1.2

A Final Word

In this column we continued our look at scripting Netscape 6. We took DOCJSLIB 1.1 and modified our browser-dependency strategy to be based on object oriented design. We educated you on the principles of object oriented design, and in particular the inheritance concept. We showed you how to apply inheritance to the way we create browser-dependent subclasses out of the browser-independent superclass. We taught you how to generate a class on the fly, how to define methods and properties, and how to inherit them from the superclass. We gave you a line-by-line instructions on how to use the new DOCJSLIB 1.2 in an application. We demonstrated the object oriented design concept with our traditional Tic-Tac-Toe game.

In this column, you have learned:

We provided the code for:

Just copy from these files and paste to your own application. A ZIP file version of all DOCJSLIB 1.2 library files was also provided.

Next: How to use obejct-oriented design concepts

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