written in Java.
FESI implements few language extensions and try
to follow the standard as much as possible. This is unlike most
incompatibles between them. For the core language definition you
can refer to the
standard. Admittedly this is not a tutorial.
Please note that currently FESI
supports only the first verion of the standard !
I have not written any general description of EcmaScript, so you
to make do with the above references. Note that most books on
The following documentation is available:
||The easier way to get familiar with EcmaScript is to use the
||To embed EcmaScript in your application you will have to use
||Basic input/output, access to Java packages and more is
reachable by loading extensions
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Jean-Marc Lugrin 1998-2003 - Under LGPL license
||Last update: 26 August 2003