Great timing too. I’ll probably try this out a bit in implementing the SCORM requirements for an upcoming project.
I’m catching up on my reading so this may be old news.
It looks like an alpha of mozilla.org’s Devmo site has gone live here:
update: Woops, I forgot to title this entry. Fixed that.
If you’re new to Authorware, you’re far better off learning JS.
I’m going to avoid the obvious and not explain (for the umpteenth time) why I agree with that statement. What I will do is let out an enormous sigh of content (with that little stress symbol “‘” on the second syllable). It seems so rare that I feel genuinely excited about the future of this tool:
The result will be a modern, powerful scripting language that opens up the possibilities for authors like never before.
The equal operator (==) is probably the more commonly used and as we all know returns true if the two values being compared are equal. When the values are of different types it converts them to an appropriate type to do the comparison.
The strict equal (===) returns true if the values are equal and of the same type.
 == 1; //returns true
 === 1; //returns false
This can be useful information for those of us who spend time in Authorware script and Actionscript where things are a little bit different.
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