Prototype vs. Atlas

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Prototype is an extremely helpful JavaScript library by Sam Stephenson. The amazing thing about Prototype is that, while most folks use JavaScript to write procedural code, Sam not only pushes it beyond mere DOM manipulation, but also heavily capitalizes on the object-orientedness of this language. I’ve spent hours digging through Prototype, and was surprised how poorly the OO nature of JavaScript was described in books and how well it was captured in Prototype. I think JavaScript is an underrated...

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