|Published (Last):||4 September 2006|
|PDF File Size:||19.57 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||13.32 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Nevertheless, the background is a prerequisite for a successful activity.
Classes and Modules was way over my head and seemed to assume the reader had experience in similar techniques in other languages.
Short and specific books such as the ones in “You Don’t know JS” are easier to write, publish and maintain. For example, why are the titles of chapter 15 and 16 scripting aaa and scripting bbb, but the titles of chapter 18 and 21 scripted xxx and scripted yyy? May 25, Rex rated it liked it. For me the refresher part was javasctipt.
In the words of the author Flanagan himself:. He says that coding is not as hard as it is shown in the books. I believe this makes the ny larger than it should be.
I guess I don’t like information Overall this book deserves high appraise. Judging eition the title, the publication is clearly not the choice for a novice. Anyone doing web development should have this book on their shelf. Naturally, any practical experience foresees a subsequent learning of versatile tricks and pitfalls.
I don’t know if I could.
Easy to read, easy to use.
And a rhino on the cover for the kids. This is why reading a whole chapter at once can become daunting and sometimes boring. Unlike the previous reference, this representative of JS books is aimed at fresh audience namely those who just began to plunge into the world of the said programming language.