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DOM Enlightenment [Kindle Edition]

Cody Lindley
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With DOM Enlightenment, you’ll learn how to manipulate HTML more efficiently by scripting the Document Object Model (DOM) without a DOM library. Using code examples in cookbook style, author Cody Lindley (jQuery Cookbook) walks you through modern DOM concepts to demonstrate how various node objects work.

Over the past decade, developers have buried the DOM under frameworks that simplify its use. This book brings these tools back into focus, using concepts and code native to modern browsers. If you have JavaScript experience, you’ll understand the role jQuery plays in DOM scripting, and learn how to use the DOM directly in applications for mobile devices and specific browsers that require low overhead.

  • Understand JavaScript node objects and their relationship to the DOM
  • Learn the properties and methods of document, element, text, and DocumentFragment objects
  • Delve into element node selecting, geometry, and inline styles
  • Add CSS style sheets to an HTML document and use CSSStyleRule objects
  • Set up DOM events by using different code patterns
  • Learn the author’s vision for dom.js, a jQuery-inspired DOM Library for modern browsers

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Cody Lindley, editor of jQuery Cookbook, brings together over a dozen contributors, all of them key people in jQuery's ongoing development process. Each focuses on subjects they've worked with and often helped create.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen finally I understood javascript 26. April 2013
Von fenia
I had been looking for a book like this forever. It explains ALL the small details of JavaScript that make this language so much different that any other. Must read!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Book on DOM Fundamentals 1. März 2013
Von David Hayden - Veröffentlicht auf
Great book on learning the fundamentals of manipulating and traversing the DOM using JavaScript without a library like jQuery, Zepto, etc.The writing style is very similar to JavaScript Enlightenment with small, bite-sized topics that include a brief introduction to the topic followed by a code sample and a link to a live version on JSFiddle.

At the end of the book the author shows a way to bundle this knowledge to create your own jQuery-inspired library for modern browsers. Think of it as a Zepto or jQuery version 2 library with no support for older versions of IE. Teaches you some neat JavaScript best practices and common patterns.

If you are building hybrid HTML 5 applications where you are only targeting a specific browser, like Mobile Safari on iOS, this type of knowledge can be very useful as you won't need a library like jQuery that has a lot of code to support multiple browsers. If you are a web designer who went straight to jQuery and have no knowledge of working with the DOM using JavaScript, this will be rather eye-opening.

If you like learning the fundamentals from books with less discussion and more code samples with sample output, this is a good book. If you like longer and more in-depth discussions with little code, then this book won't meet your needs.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Detailed DOM Examples 23. Februar 2013
Von IADev - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition
Cody Lindley takes the reader into the depths of the DOM with his work. This book does what it says it will in the beginning introduction by presenting a very terse cookbook: you won't be seeing tons of lengthy explanations. One of the best perks of this book was that in ebook form->the code was presented with links to code examples in jsFiddle (with Firebug lite) or github. This made it easy to run, modify, and look at the code in depth without even having to setup an environment or retype examples. Chapter 12 was also a nice addition to this book as it showed a short example of taking what you learned about in the previous chapters and thinking about the development of a dom library in many ways similar to what jQuery does today. While not very long, I also liked the chapter on DocumentFragments. It was nice to see that this often overlooked part of the DOM got some attention.

Overall conclusion: This book is great for a very specific niche. If you want to take a quick tour of the DOM-then this is the book for you. Don't expect long lectures on the topics-just short examples.

Disclaimer: I got a copy of this book for review as part of the O'Reilly blogger program.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Awesome Vanilla DOM Manipulation Reference 16. Mai 2013
Von Mario Estrada - Veröffentlicht auf
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Got this because I needed to learn some native DOM manipulation for a job interview I was going to have. It's a very direct book which in my opinion covers the most useful parts of the native/modern DOM model.

I read all of it in one night and I think it is one of the best references I've read in the last year and has definitely made me a better front end developer.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Just enough needed 14. August 2013
Von Arti Villa - Veröffentlicht auf
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Most JS books will have 1-2 chapters but this goes into just enough details to understand how the DOM works and how to manipulate it. Just read it. Won't take long.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Wonderful book on the DOM 2. Juni 2014
Von James Chamberlain - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Wow, I didn't realize there was so much to the DOM. I thought I was an expert until I read this book and discovered that I could do so much more.
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