domain specific extensions. This means that you can take any book or
how the syntax works in general, control structures, functions, ... ), you
just need to stop when the book starts to talk about web pages, HTML,
browser integration and similar things. The problem is that almost all
browser based scripting. That's where these domain specific (or application
specific) extensions come in: For the web browser that's of course anything
that has to do with web pages, but for Acrobat, we are talking about
documents, annotations, form fields, ...
it gets past the core language. After that, you can work with the Acrobat
For your information:
It may fit Karl Heinz Kremer's description of a resource you can use for the core language. I'm neither recommending nor not recommending it. Haven't spent much time with it yet. But it's recommended elsewhere.