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Let’s not forget the book is endorsed by Douglas Crackford himself and presented as the only JS book worth reading aside from his, of course. The bad thing is that it fights an uphill battle. There are orphan subsection numbers. 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.
So, if you feel that some deficiency in your skills needs buide be filled, this publication will accomplish the task. Such bundle of knowledge is later applied in practice. Pattern Matching with Regular Expressions. However, the avail of the said sources of information is on the same level as in previous centuries. Unfortunately, the limited number of examples don’t have any illustrations, making it harder to understand them.
See our FAQ or contact customer service:. Just the first pages or so completely changed the way I looked at JS in general. Cross-page boxes are ugly.
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These problems include a retention and comprehension. Mar 03, Carl-Erik Kopseng rated it it was ok Shelves: The book provides over one thousand pages filled with text discovering various aspects of the language and client-side Web apps.