- Tapa blanda: 768 páginas
- Editor: Wrox Press; Edición: 5th Edition (25 de febrero de 2015)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1118903331
- ISBN-13: 978-1118903339
- Valoración media de los clientes: 1 opinión de cliente
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- Makes it easy to understand JSON, functions, events, and feature detection
- Teaches the fundamentals of finding, creating, and manipulating elements in the page
- Utilizes new HTML5 elements and the related API
- Uncovers tips for new features, including geolocation, local storage, and more
- Covers common mistakes, debugging, and error handling
- Features helpful exercises with solutions that provide plenty of opportunity to practice, while the companion website offers downloadable code for all examples given in the book
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One problem is the rather pedestrian writing style and pedagogical approach. Along these lines perhaps the most annoying thing are perfunctory and boringly obvious explanations of the examples. I recommend typing in and running all the examples (of course; you should always do that), but rarely actually read the explanations. I'm sure there are others who love and appreciate this approach, but I find it a bit dull.
The first half of the book seems accessible to total beginners to programming. More experienced programmers who are approach JS for the first time might be better served by another book. The second half, which covers the DOM and more advanced topics, has some more difficult things.
There's another sort of problem with this book. I've lost some patience with some of the explanations of more difficult concepts here. In order to understand how string search methods, regexen, and the DOM work, it necessary to get out of the weeds and explain some very general topics. As I worked through this material (which isn't that difficult, I've learned a lot of it in other contexts), I found myself having to sort of fill in the blanks, do web searching, etc. This book doesn't try to conceptually structure the material enough; it is mostly a catalog of functions interspersed with some examples. Beyond that, sometimes the explanations of relatively simple concepts just aren't very good. I'm pretty sure I would have been happier with another book.
I finished reading this book on the computer (PDF), but I had to purchase this book for future references because I found it to be that helpful.