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JavaScript Succinctly by Cody Lindley


 

Why did I write this ebook?

First, I need to admit that I wrote this ebook for myself. Reality be instructed, I crafted this materials so I might drink my very own Kool-Help and all the time bear in mind what it tastes like. In different phrases, I needed a reference written in my very own phrases used to jog my reminiscence as wanted. Moreover:

• Libraries facilitate a “black field” syndrome that may be helpful in some regards however detrimental in others. Issues could also be accomplished quick and effectively, however you don’t have any thought how or why. And the how and why actually matter when issues go flawed or efficiency turns into a problem. The very fact is that anybody who intends to implement a JavaScript library or framework when constructing an internet utility (or only a good sign-up kind) must look beneath the hood and perceive the engine. This ebook was written for many who need to pop the hood and get their palms soiled in JavaScript itself.

• Mozilla has offered probably the most up-to-date and full reference information for JavaScript 1.5. I consider what’s lacking is a digestible doc, written from a single viewpoint, to go together with their reference information. It’s my hope that this ebook will function a “what it is advisable to know” guide for JavaScript values, detailing ideas past what the Mozilla reference covers.

 

• Model 1.5 of JavaScript goes to be round for a good period of time, however as we transfer towards the brand new additions to the language present in ECMA Version 5, I needed to doc the cornerstone ideas of JavaScript that can possible be perennial.

• Superior technical books written about programing languages are sometimes stuffed with monolithic code examples and pointless meanderings. I want brief explanations that get to the purpose, backed by actual code that I can run immediately. I coined a time period, “technical thin-slicing,” to explain what I’m trying to make use of on this ebook. This entails decreasing complicated subjects into smaller, digestible ideas taught with minimal phrases and backed with complete and centered code examples.

• Most JavaScript books value studying are three inches thick. Definitive guides like David Flanagan’s actually have their place, however I needed to create a ebook that hones in on the essential stuff with out being exhaustive.

Who ought to learn this ebook? 

This ebook is focused at two kinds of folks. The primary is a complicated newbie or intermediate JavaScript developer who needs to solidify his or her understanding of the language by way of an in-depth have a look at JavaScript objects. The second kind is a JavaScript library veteran who is able to look behind the scenes. This ebook will not be preferrred for newbies to programming, JavaScript libraries, or JavaScript itself.

 

Why JavaScript 1.5 and ECMA-262 Version 3? 

On this ebook, I give attention to model 1.5 of JavaScript (equal to ECMA-262 Version 3) as a result of it’s the most generally carried out model of JavaScript thus far. The following model of this ebook will definitely be geared towards the up-and-coming ECMA-262 Version 5.

Why did not I cowl the Date(), Error(), or RegEx() objects? 

Like I stated, this ebook will not be an exhaustive reference information to JavaScript. Fairly, it focuses on objects as a lens by way of which to grasp JavaScript. So I’ve determined to not cowl the Date(), Error(), or RegEx() objects as a result of, as helpful as they’re, greedy the main points of those objects is not going to make or break your normal understanding of objects in JavaScript. My hope is that you just apply what you be taught right here to all objects accessible within the JavaScript setting.

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