This article is a comprehensive list of 10 resources for developing or expanding crazy MooTools 1.2 ninja skills!
The first links are beginner guides for starting your successful career and understanding the basic concepts. After a few minutes, you’ll eventually see the light and realize how easy your daily life with MooTools can be. Then follow the next links.
The MooTools 1.2 reference for your bookshelf. Mootools Essentials aims to help you accomplish that task with the following:
- Illustrations of nearly every class and function in the library
- Real–world examples of how to use them
- Written by Mootools user/contributor and Mootorial author, Aaron Newton.
I was one of the lucky guys who received a copy to review it, so I’ll post a detailed review about the first MooTools book later. Release is very close, but you can pre-order your personal copy.
Take your time and click through the pages. This guide makes it really easy for beginners, because it covers all the basic patterns consicely. Every page shows a problem and its solution and references further resources.
A guide with “everyday” examples and non-technical descriptions. If you want a quick overview and skip the basic patterns, this one is for you.
Describes the Chain Class in a documented example. Extending and implementing Classes are the basics for reusable code.
Shows and explains how to use the Hash.Cookie Class for saving persistent data the simple way.
Another new feature that’s been built into the latest version of MooTools is the Element Storage. This article describes the usage of this great new feature, as well as why it was developed, and how it can be used to keep your applications organized and efficient.
Day to Day Mootooling
When using Mootools from day to day, these links will light your path.
Please use the support forums for discussing the project, asking questions or posting bug-fixes!