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JavaScript Programmer's Reference (Wrox Programmer to Programmer) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 28 jul 2009


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Learn everything about utilizing the JavaScript language with the next generation of Rich Internet Applications from the accessible information in JavaScript Programmer's Reference , both a tutorial and a reference guide for web developers. Master methods for using Java with applications like Microsoft's Silverlight, Ajax, Flex, Flash and AIR by practicing with hands-on examples with practical, usable code. Employ this complete JavaScript reference to help you understand JavaScript Data Types, Variables, Operators, Expressions and Statements, work with JavaScript Frameworks and data, and improve performance with Ajax.

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Alexei White is a programmer, designer, and speaker. He is the inventor of RobotReplay, a web sessiontracking technology acquired by Foresee Results, and an author of the book Enterprise Ajax , as well as the DVD training series Enterprise Ajax LiveLessons . He has contributed to major Web projects for Microsoft and Nintendo. His blog can be found at http://ambiguiti.es. When he's not working in Vancouver he can be found floating on a lake somewhere in the interior of British Columbia with a fishing pole in his hand. You may also find him on Twitter (@alexsaves).




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More Than A Reference 9 de diciembre de 2009
Por R. Bryant - Publicado en Amazon.com
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As a reference, this book works really well. One can pick up the book and quickly find anything from information about basic syntax, the DOM, to advanced features like Ajax and JSON. The examples stand alone from previous chapters, so there is no need to read the book linearly from cover to cover.

But if one *were* to read the book from cover to cover, it makes a great introduction to JavaScript for designers or others who are already familiar with HTML and CSS. White's writing style is pitch-perfect for such a use--the information is easy to follow while not being "dumbed-down."

The bottom line: great reference, but don't be afraid to use this to learn JavaScript as it is used today.
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Every developer must have this book 10 de agosto de 2012
Por NewOrder28 - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I read a few javascript books and I am familiar with a few books out there. I found them all lame. This is the book that I use to work with..It is very comprehensive and it will enable anyone at any level to understand and use javascript in the right way
Good Book for Experts Bad Book for Beginners 19 de junio de 2015
Por RWL - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This book is for advance users only. If you can make sense of this:

var cbRef = document.getElementById("mybox");

if (document.attachEvent){
cbRef.attachEvent("onclick", function(e){
setTimeout(function(target){return function() {handleCBChange(target)}}
(e.srcElement || e.target),0);
});
}

Three anonymous functions deep. Give us a break.

The author uses anonymous functions out the wazoo instead of making the code easier to read. He seems to want to show his expertise by making the code as compact as possible. Good idea for an expert. Bad idea for a beginner.

But, if you can make sense of the above, a small sample from his book, then this book is for you. Keep in mind the font for the book is so tiny it is nearly impossible, without a magnifying glass, to tell the difference between the brackets and braces.

If there are any syntax errors in this book you'll be tracing them down for days.
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Best Javascript Book on the market 6 de diciembre de 2010
Por Tim in St. Louis - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This book is thorough, clear, and concise. All sides of Javascript are covered, including basic animation and performance optimizations. The section covering closures explained a potentially confusing concept that had escaped me in other books. Highly recommended.
Is a good book. 16 de marzo de 2015
Por elnombredeloszapatos - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Is a good book.. Is super big though, like a dictionary. I thought that it was going to be a thin smaller book for its low price, but man is just an excellent book.. ESPECIALLY FOR ITS FREAKING LOW PRICE WHERE I BOUGHT IT