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Ultimately, it should be stated that an abundance of practical tasks scattered across the publication would facilitate the educative process.
As for the books related to JS, they are accepted well by the readers and considered as a proper way to plunge into the depth of the language. Even if the newest edition comes out today, tomorrow you’ll read about 5 new technologies that you’ll try out. They look more like collections of best practices and gude something organized, one could get a basic idea out of.
Static information can do without JS. The book is enough old but still useful.
Scripting CSS – el. I was learning js for my work in the past few months. Short and specific books such as the ones in “You Don’t know JS” are easier to write, publish and maintain. However, if you need to attach some animated graphics, an interactive map, a video jukebox or other corresponding element, knowledge of the said language is required.
I am a little confused by the author’s English. Mar 21, Jordan rated it it was amazing. Sure, you could find all of this information online through some Google searching, but sefinitive is very nice to have a single resource to turn to when you have a question. Paperback5th Editionpages.
The Definitive Guide by David Flanagan. I read this as a refresher for the stuff I already knew and in hopes I'[d pick up on some advanced topics like functional programming.
What stroke me first was the level of detail. Naturally, any practical experience foresees a subsequent learning of versatile tricks and pitfalls. It took me a while. The new tech-assisted approach that requires half the effort Mark Myers.
However, the avail of the said sources of information is on the same level as in previous centuries. He says that coding is not as hard as it is shown in the books.
So, if you feel that some deficiency in your skills needs to be filled, this publication will accomplish the task.