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JavaScript Comes Back to SitePoint

By Ricky Onsman

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While our JavaScript aficionados have loved having their own hangout at JSPro.com, the greater SitePoint audience has made us aware that hiving off all things JS to a separate site didn’t work so well for them.

SitePoint readers have told us they want the JS articles back in the SitePoint fold, instead of having to go to a separate site. As a bit of a jack of all web trades myself, I’m one of the people who found themselves wishing we still had all those great JavaScript articles right here on SitePoint.

That’s not to say all the JS articles will disappear into this site. JSPro will retain a specific channel on SitePoint, making it easy to focus on just the JS-related articles, which can now include articles that cross over disciplines, for example in cases where an article is about JavaScript, CSS and HTML working together.

We’ll also retain the JSPro newsletter, keeping you up to date on our latest JS articles as well as the most relevant resources from SitePoint and Learnable.

We have a few other surprises in store over the next few months, which will make the re-inclusion of JavaScript articles part of a new overall approach by SitePoint, helping us continue to be the premier resource to help web developers not only do their job, but become better at it.

Ricky Onsman is a freelance web designer, developer, editor and writer. With a background in information and content services, he built his first website in 1994 for a disability information service and has been messing about on the Web ever since.

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