A practical walkthrough of using map/reduce with MongoDB to aggregate statistics for generating a report.
A clever hands-on interactive mini-course by Nathan Whitehead that guides you through bite-sized chunks from variables, to functions, to return values, to functions as first-class objects and right into closures and finally continuations. The hands-on exercises are JS Linted and unit-tested which gives you ample space to try out your new-found knowledge.
Remy Sharp dissects a piece of jQuery code pointing out the red flags. Each flag is taken in turn, explained and shown how to correct. Takes into account context and the flexibility of jQuery
David Dorward compares dot notation and square bracket notation, where square bracket notation can be used where dot notation can't. Recommends using dot notation, because its easier to read, and square bracket notation when it can't be done with dot notation.
The Yahoo! Web Developer Network provides a one page overview of JSON, giving a quick tutorial on JSON, how to get Yahoo! Web services to emit JSON, offering an output of a JSON object literal as well as using a callback function method. Yahoo! also describes how their web services typically translate their XML structures into JSON.
An online copy of O'Reilly's 2002 book Creating Applications with Mozilla. It focused on pre-1.0 versions of Mozilla, so details about the application structure has changed, but the XUL elements are relatively stable.
Svend Tofte puts together a detailed guide to setting up and using the Venkman debugger. From basic debugging to watchlists and call stacks, breakpoints, and more advanced techniques like meta comments and profiling. It also contains a list of other useful Venkman resources.
Mark Pilgrim's essential online book about developing Greasemonkey scripts. Excellent starting point for Greasemonkey developers. Covers everything from setting up a Greasemonkey scripts to common DOM coding idioms, as well as a brief rundown of XPath, and case studies of Greasemonkey scripts.