JS documentation is still sort of a ghetto – promote JS
I know that w3schools is basically a ghetto code-snippet site but in many cases it is still the only reliable source of simple examples of how to get something done in JS. Unfortunately, now that I have some more experience, I realize that a lot of the examples they give are outdated or browser-specific.
I’m a little concerned now when I look something up like XML support in the browsers and come up with more w3schools content even after all of the movements toward getting other results up in search results.
I think that there are now plenty of sites that teach basic JS fundamentals, but examples of how to do specific things in the browser using various browser APIs is still sorely lacking.
Sorry this is a random rant, hopefully I can collect my thoughts on this a little better soon.