How Good C# Habits can Encourage Bad JavaScript Habits: Part 3


This post continues to focus on areas where C# developers tend to make bad JavaScript decisions based on their previous training. The languages are similar enough syntactically that C# developers tend to not invest the time to learn JavaScript’s differences.

The following post points out several misunderstandings that can get you into some confusing situations.

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