MochiKit by Example
This article provides a quick introduction to MochiKit, explains how to get started with MochiKit (with interesting stops along the way) and describes three walk-through examples of varying complexity that also are generic enough to use in your Web applications right now. Ever wanted to round element corners in HTML? Make a link that is clickable only once? Create a dynamic login mechanism? Keep reading!
In addition to these data structure tools, MochiKit allows you to create DOM elements dynamically, convert DOM objects to strings, retrieve elements matching class or type attributes, and swap DOM objects for other DOM objects.
Good frameworks have tests to validate their functionality, and MochiKit is no different. The MochiKit test page (see Resources) has almost 800 tests validating MochiKit. This automated framework allows MochiKit to be validated easily on all the supported browsers.
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