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Simplest Definitive Javascript By Landon Sanders
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This book is about the simplest, definitive, most fundamental Javascript.
JavaScript Essentials By Neil Smyth
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The purpose of this ebook is to teach the essentials of the JavaScript scripting language so that anyone with a web site can learn to use this powerful language quickly and effectively. It builds... More > detailed and in depth knowledge of all aspects of JavaScript from language basics through to advanced topics in 23 detailed chapters. This book is designed to provide a detailed and comprehensive, yet easy to follow, guide to developing powerful, dynamic web pages using JavaScript. Each subject area is accompanied by clear and concise examples putting theory into practice. It could be said that the object of JavaScript Essentials is to provide you with everything you need to use JavaScript, and nothing that you don't.< Less
TypeScript for JavaScript Programmers By Steve Fenton
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This book will quickly introduce you to TypeScript, explain why I think it was created, why you would want to use it and, most importantly, how it works. In the past few years there have been many... More > attempts to fix perceived problems with JavaScript. The solutions have been many and varied. There are books listing sub-sets of JavaScript that recommend you don't use any other features of the language. There are new languages intended to compile to JavaScript or even replace it in the browser. There was even an attempt to move all interactivity on The Web into proprietary plug-ins that needed to be downloaded for the website to be used. Whether you need one of these solutions very much depends on whether you believe JavaScript is fundamentally broken or not - and I don't think it is. It has it's foibles for certain, but JavaScript is one of the most widely adopted languages in the world and there are good reasons for its success.< Less
Unobtrusive JavaScript By Christian Heilmann
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A printable extended version of http://onlinetools.org/articles/unobtrusivejavascript/ , the premier course on JavaScript that is not in the way of the user and makes it easy for other developers to... More > maintain what you have done.< Less
Unobtrusive JavaScript By Christian Heilmann
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The extended version of http://onlinetools.org/articles/unobtrusivejavascript/ , the premier course on JavaScript that is not in the way of the user and makes it easy for other developers to maintain... More > what you have done.< Less
Unobtrusive JavaScript By Christian Heilmann
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The extended version of http://onlinetools.org/articles/unobtrusivejavascript/ , the premier course on JavaScript that is not in the way of the user and makes it easy for other developers to maintain... More > what you have done.< Less
Learn to Program with JavaScript By John Smiley
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Javascript is a powerful, object-based scripting language;JavaScript programs can be embedded directly in HTML web pages. When combined with the Document Object Model (DOM) defined by a web browser,... More > Javascript allows you to create Dynamic HTML (DHTML) content and interactive client-side web applications. JavaScript syntax is similar to that of other popular programming languages such as C, C++ and Java, which makes it easy to learn for experienced programmers. At the same time, JavaScript is an interpreted scripting language, providing a flexible, forgiving environment in which new programmers can learn. There's no need to buy a JavaScript compiler or interpreter---the JavaScript interpreter is shipped as part of your Internet Browser.< Less
Learn to Program with JavaScript (2014 Edition) By John Smiley
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An Introductory text on JavaScript. JavaScript is a scripting language that is supported by all the major Internet Browsers, so there is nothing to download. The easiest technical book you'll ever... More > read. Open it up and see for yourself. Join Professor Smiley's JavaScript class as he teaches essential skills in programming, coding and more. Using a student-instructor conversational format, this book starts at the very beginning with crucial programming fundamentals. You'll quickly learn how to identify customer needs so you can create an application that achieves programming objectives---just like experienced programmers. By identifying clear client goals, you'll learn important programming basics---like how computers view input and execute output based on the information they are given---then use those skills to develop real-world applications. Participate in this one-of-a-kind classroom experience and see why Professor Smiley is renowned for making learning fun and easy.< Less
Learn to Program with Javascript: A Classroom in a Book By John Smiley MCP MCSD MCT
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Javascript is a powerful, object-based scripting language;JavaScript programs can be embedded directly in HTML web pages. When combined with the Document Object Model (DOM) defined by a web browser,... More > Javascript allows you to create Dynamic HTML (DHTML) content and interactive client-side web applications. JavaScript syntax is similar to that of other popular programming languages such as C, C++ and Java, which makes it easy to learn for experienced programmers. At the same time, JavaScript is an interpreted scripting language, providing a flexible, forgiving environment in which new programmers can learn. There's no need to buy a JavaScript compiler or interpreter---the JavaScript interpreter is shipped as part of your Internet Browser.< Less
TypeScript For JavaScript Programmers By Steve Fenton
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Second Edition: Includes major updates and a new chapter on the proposed syntax for generics in TypeScript. In the past few years there have been many attempts to fix perceived problems with... More > JavaScript. The solutions have been many and varied. There are books listing sub-sets of JavaScript that recommend you don't use any other features of the language. There are new languages intended to compile to JavaScript or even replace it in the browser. There was even an attempt to move all interactivity on The Web into proprietary plug-ins that needed to be downloaded for the website to be used. Whether you need one of these solutions very much depends on whether you believe JavaScript is fundamentally broken or not - and I don't think it is. It has it's foibles for certain, but JavaScript is one of the most widely adopted languages in the world and there are good reasons for its success.< Less