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    im really asking is it easier to get involved in coffee instead of trying your hand at JSJSJS or go with Haxe. or do you still need knowledge of JSJSJS $to$ $use$ $either$ $and$ $how$ $much$. or (LOL) forget these other scripts and learn straight JSJSJS
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    Quote Originally Posted by sketch42 View Post
    im really asking is it easier to get involved in coffee instead of trying your hand at JSJSJS or go with Haxe. or do you still need knowledge of JSJSJS $to$ $use$ $either$ $and$ $how$ $much$. or (LOL) forget these other scripts and learn straight JSJSJS
    anyone ? :/
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    JSJSJS $isn$'$t$ that hard. Trying to adapt the code produced by haxe or coffee will be harder than writing JSJSJS $from$ $scratch$.
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    CoffeeScript looks really interesting, if you can get used to the syntax. Granted, I'd never seen it until following the link you provided, but it purports to take some "gotchas" out of JavaScript programming and enforce the kind of best practices that Douglas Crockford puts forth in his JavaScript: The Good Parts book.

    Personally, I think it's cleaner to write your own JavaScript, provided you know what you're doing and follow a consistent style.

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