Jquery has a handy way of allowing you to do stuff as soon as the document object model for a page has loaded (ie. as soon as the browser has loaded all your markup). I’m currently working on a project that requires Prototype JS, and I had some difficulty finding the equivalent method.. hence this post.
I knew Prototype had evolved somewhat since I’d last used it extensively back in… Read the rest of jQuery, document.ready and the Prototype equivalent
Mint – the US web application that lets you manage your finances intuitively online – just got support from nearly all the major financial institutions in the US and will, on May 6, launch a tool which offers the ability to track your investment accounts as well.