Thursday, November 15, 2018

Learning Java Script - O'REILLY, 3rd Edition - By "Ethan Brown"

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 JavaScript was developed by Brendan Eich, a developer at Netscape Communications Corporation, in 1995. Its initial development was very rapid, and much of the criticism leveled at JavaScript has cited the lack of planning foresight during its development. However, Brendan Eich was not a dabbler: he had a solid foundation in computer science, and incorporated remarkably sophisticated and prescient ideas into JavaScript. In many ways, it was ahead of its time, and it took 15 years for mainstream developers to catch on to the sophistication the language offered.

This book is primarily for readers who already have some experience with programming (even an introductory programming class, or an online course). If you’re new to programming, this book will be helpful, but you might want to supplement it with an introductory text or class. 

This book is not a comprehensive reference to JavaScript or its related libraries. The Mozilla Developer Network (MDN) maintains an excellent, thorough, up-to-date, and free online JavaScript reference, which will be referenced liberally throughout this book. If you prefer a physical book, David Flanagan’s JavaScript: The Definitive Guide is quite comprehensive (though it does not cover ES6 at the time of this writing).

1. Your First Application
2. JavaScript Development Tools
3. Literals, Variables, Constants, and Data Types
4. Control Flow
5. Expressions and Operators
6. Functions
7. Scope
8. Arrays and Array Processing
9. Objects and Object-Oriented Programming
10. Maps and Sets
11. Exceptions and Error Handling
12. Iterators and Generators
13. Functions and the Power of Abstract Thinking
14. Asynchronous Programming
15. Date and Time
16. Math
17. Regular Expressions
18. JavaScript in the Browser
19. jQuery
20. Node
21. Object Property Configuration and Proxies
22. Additional Resources.
A. Reserved Words
B. Operator Precedence

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"Ethan Brown"

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