Need to learn WebFocus, any good tutorials for programmers? - webfocus

I am starting to use WebFocus for a new client. Anybody know of good WebFocus tutorials aimed at programmers?

I too realize that this is an old question but in case someone is looking I've found the documentation (free to download) found here helpful.

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how to start learning JavaScript [closed]

I am experienced in the technical support like Linux, oracle, sunos etc and but if i say scripting i know little bit of bash. Now i promoted to manage technical engineers including some JavaScript developers, so i want to learn JavaScripting so that i can understand engineers. Hope you understand. Can you please advise me how can i start JavaScripting and point me to some simple docs and examples.
Look at A Beginner's Guide to JavaScript, it includes tips and examples and Javascript Tutorials for Beginner's
I find this the best free guide to javascript:
http://eloquentjavascript.net/
JavaScript: The Good Parts is a good, and thin, book. The videos by the same author are also very good. The MDC documentation is excellent (but watch out for features added post-1.5 which are usually not supported by Internet Explorer).
Start learning form here :
http://www.w3schools.com/js/default.asp
http://www.w3schools.com/js/js_intro.asp
But i think also better to start with the jquery a good library for the javascript After you done with javascript : http://docs.jquery.com/Main_Page
I think Mozilla Developer Network is a great source and particularly JavaScript Guide would be very helpful for someone to start.
Personaly, I started with W3Schools and I liked the small, "digestable", easy-to-understand examples but I have changed my mind since I landed to this page: www.w3fools.com
I'm learning javascript myself now. I think http://www.w3schools.com/js/default.asp is a good reference when you wanna have quick look on syntax. I always prefer to read some good books because It gives me the based knowledge about the language. Maybe I am wrong about this but i think everybody has different approach in learning.
I would recommend you to read this book:
Professional JavaScript for Web Developers, 3rd Edition
Which you can find the code resources here:
http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/Section/Code-Resources.id-380581.html
The code is free for download. The book is friendly to beginner.
Then you might wanna move on to:
Object-Oriented JavaScript
There are also good screencasts out there such as Douglas Crockford's lectures.
I hope this help. Enjoy learning :)

Where can i find some practical tutorial or exercise about ember.js? [closed]

I'm new to ember.js, where can i find some practical tutorial or exercise about it? I try with some online tutorials and vids but i can't find anything that can help me to start with this library.
Have a look at emberwatch.com, it contains plenty of information,
Talks
Tutorials
Screencasts
Example apps
Podcasts
etc. etc.
Anything else I could mention is already listed there.
Hope it helps.
Just a quickly read on the site's library and I have found a guide that apparently has some videos and is good explained.
Have you tried?
http://emberjs.com/guides

Looking for some javascript fragment explained

I'm new to javascript. I'm looking for piece of simple code precisely detailled because i think it's a great way to learn.
So do you know where i can find this kind of ressources ?
Thanks
Mozilla's Developer Network is a great place to get started.
Their Javascript Guide outlines what you need to know with the code examples you inquired about.
I found this site very usefull. Videos, with explanations, online console with exercises and hardness levels.

Ryan Dahl's Node Chat [closed]

Can someone explain in details the Node Chat written by Ryan Dahl. It used the core Node.js methods without using the Socket.io. I've searched a lot for the documented version. I couldn't find one. Can someone please help me with that.
Even I've been looking for such a solution. The best one out there is https://github.com/neerajdotname/node-chat-in-steps
This guy explains it in steps. I found it very helpful. At least to a very good extent.

Crafty.js Tutorial [closed]

This question has probably been asked before, but I didn't find it while searching.
Can anybody point me towards a good up to date tutorial for Crafty.js? I cannot seem to find one and I am having trouble getting my head around it. If there are no good tutorials, then are there any alternative HTML5 game engine libraries with a good tutorial?
Edit: I have tried reading 'starmelts' tutorials, but they seem a little bit confusing for me.
Edit 2: The HTML5 game engine only has to work on desktop browsers, but especially chrome.
I am aware, that this question is quite old, but since it is highly ranked on google and there are so few well known tutorials available I going to post this link anyway.
http://buildnewgames.com/introduction-to-crafty/
This is a really good, quick and up to date craftyjs tutorial. It teaches the key concepts of using this framework, by developing a small game.
I've tested crafty a while back, haven't had a chance to work with it though.
But when I was testing it, I've found these links useful.
http://cykod.github.com/Presentations/HTML5/Crafty/
and starmelt tutorial as you already know
https://github.com/starmelt/craftyjstut/wiki
Craftyjs doesn't have strong documentation yet, but there are some good articles scattered around that you might find useful. If you really want to, drop me a line, and I'll try and help you understand it as this will also help me.
The creating your first crafty game tutorial has moved here
I would start with the offical tutorial. At first glance it looks pretty thorough.

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