vbRad.com Review of 'Creating Applications with Mozilla'
Wednesday October 30th, 2002
Frank Ascher writes: "Here is a pretty comprehensive but unfavorable review of the Creating Applications with Mozilla book that you might be interested in."
The review is at vbRad.com, a site about Visual Basic programming. Slashdot featured a review of the title a couple of weeks ago. Remember that the entire text of the book is available online for free, so you can form your own opinion without spending any money.
#1 Interesting POV
by TonyG <firstname.lastname@example.org.Yuk>
Thursday October 31st, 2002 1:50 AM
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I read the article after reading a few book chapters and I have to agree with the criticisms about the support files and downloads. But thats easily rectifiable by someone at OReilly I would have thought...
I also agreew ith the comment about deep directory structures. This is something I had a lot of probs with early in in moz hacking. So much so that it took me four attempts before I stored up enough patience to persist with it.
The author does go on though to praise Mozilla and the platform though, so I reckon its a balanced article.