Why and Which of JavaScript Libraries Podcast

August 13, 2008
John Resig, creator of jQuery and author of Pro JavaScript Techniques, spoke at @Media 2008 in London about the different types of JavaScript libraries such as Prototype, jQuery, Yahoo! UI, and Dojo and why should one be used. John compares how each library can help the developer with DOM, Events, Animations, Ajax as well as interface widgets.
Here are the presentation slides (.pdf) he used for his talk.

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