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Javascript Outside Of The Browser

When you think of Javascript,you generally think of the web. But Javascript is used in many different places other than cyberspace. So if you are curious about trying out Javascript in a new environment,check out these guides.

Apple / Yahoo widgets both utilize (X)HTML and Javascript for creating simple mini-applications that users can access on their desktop. Both fun and functional.


Sony's popular video editing program,Vegas,has had scripting support since version 4.0. Using a Javascript syntax,developers can add their own functionality to the program to do several repetitive tasks with the click of a button,for example.


Adobe has a host of applications that incorporate scripting support.


Know of any other applications that use Javascript and have good guides for getting started? Post them in the comments.
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