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Async JavaScript: Build More Responsive Apps with Less Code (Pragmatic Express) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 5. Dezember 2012

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Trevor Burnham is a full-stack web developer with a passion for new technologies. He is the founder of DataBraid, a startup developing scientific computing tools that support remote collaboration. When on Twitter, he goes by @TrevorBurnham and @CoffeeScript. When offline, he's usually in Cambridge, MA.

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Overview: this book is an INTRODUCTION to the topic of modern async programming in JS, but does not answer any questions in detail.

While this book does a decent job of describing the problems and high-level solutions, it severely lacks in details. It skims over advanced topics like Promises in such a way which says to the reader, "hey, this is new and cool and you need to learn all about it... but not here." i find that the presentation assumes that the reader knows as much about Promises as the writer does (which is not the case here!), and that the author assumes that the reader knows WTF the writer is skimming over (if that were the case i wouldn't have needed the book).

Not a bad book, but it could use with much more detailed explanations of WHY the presented solutions should be preferred and HOW they work, as opposed to just showing 2 lines of cryptic code and saying, "isn't that cool?"

Another complaint with this book is that it often assumes that the reader is using node.js (which is not nearly as oft-deployed as the fanatics like to think). Despite hype from node.js pundits, the vast, vast majority of JS programming still takes place on the client-side. While the topic of async JS applies to both client and server, IMO this book places too much emphasis on specific server-side tools (namely node.js).
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Difficult to understand 24. April 2017
Von Michelle Johnston - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I am a seasoned javascript developer but I found it difficult to understand Trevor's points he was making throughout the book. It is a shame because it felt like he was trying to make some points about javascript that I did not know, so I really wanted to understand his points. He just did not put them across in ways I could understand. I have 15 years of javascript and a degree in English and a degree in Business Computing Systems so I feel like if I cannot understand it, probably others cannot either.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent book for learning the basics of async with Javascript 28. April 2014
Von alex ho - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This books explains the basics very well and this gives you a very solid foundation to learn other advanced async techniques. Right from the beginning, this book describes how the event loop works and that is quite important to understand timing of the callback is made. The examples are short but it explains the theories very well. Most of the analogies are very well written and easy to understand. I found the following chapters particularly good:
1. Understanding Javascript Events
3. Promises and Deferreds
5. Multithreading and Workers
6. Async Script Loading
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This goes to 11! 11. April 2013
Von Curtis Z - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is on the thin side (75+ pages). However, none of this book is wasted on selling the language itself. Very, very little of the book is wasted on describing the use of frameworks. The author does not take a clever detour around writing and handling async in Javascript by showing you another person's product. You wanted Javascript, you get Javascript. He gets right to the point at the beginning and redlines it throughout without slowing down. Continuing the racing metaphor, he handles the curves in the road like a pro, teaching the most effective ways to approach the problems without dumbing down the product to accomodate total beginners. This book is worth every penny and then some (though I'm not sure why some seller has priced it at nine hundred dollars -- that's retarded and Amazon needs to work on solving this problem).
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Highly recommended 19. August 2012
Von Darrin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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JavaScript is not my primary development language at work so I've been at the intermediate level for a few years. I had a solid understanding of how to use jQuery but hadn't taken advantage of deferreds. This book has helped me move to the next level as a JavaScript developer. The chapter on promises/deferreds is worth the price of the book alone. The author's writing style is excellent - clear and to the point. If you want to move beyond basic jQuery usage and fully leverage the async aspects of the language this is the book to get. The examples are good and a few have links to jsFiddles with the examples ready to run.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Essential reading for any JavaScript developer 30. März 2012
Von peterd - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I finished reading this on my Kindle the other day, and I have to say this is one of the best technical books I've read in a long time.
The writing style and examples were all top-notch and I was extremely impressed. I'm looking forward to reading Trevor's CoffeeScript book next if it is anything like this book.
If you are a serious JavaScript/Node.js developer and deal with async data regularly (or irregularly), you owe it to yourself to grab a copy of this book and give it a read. It covers plain JavaScript as well as several jQuery and Node.js examples (as well as some Backbone.js content), so it has a little of something for everybody. Thanks to this book I was able to rebuild a simple app I was working on which is now able to validate ~360 JavaScript files using JSHint in around 3 seconds using the async.js library and an asynchronous queue with 8 concurrent worker threads (which is a lot more efficient than my previous solution).
5 stars!
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