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Chapters are dedicated to introducing certain essential subjects like scripted media and graphics, jQuery library and others. Three sections of the creation by Marijn Haverbeke a polyglot of machine languages and pluralistically the author cover the information about JS, its usage in the browser, and the overview of Node.
Unfortunately, the limited number of examples don’t have any illustrations, making it harder to understand them.
If you need a reference on a topic, then googling “mdn array” will give you more up-to-date and relevant info faster than turning to this book. Nevertheless, the background is a prerequisite for a successful activity.
I’m always skeptical of programming books over pages, but the mix of language details with non-trivial examples in this book made the whole read a blast. The best use for this book is as reference, and mainly for people who already have some programming experience.
There is no assurance that any of the above-mentioned guie works is a fit to requirements or needs of a certain user. For example, when I just started reading this book, I was trying to make a website login form with XML.
This almost pages source of knowledge will javawcript the idea of browser model, the DOM, and other fundamental features and concepts of the language to the readers. If you are a competent programmer just do yourself a favor; get a goood, terse page-ish book like Johansen’s or Crockford, and the net for anything else.
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