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Expert JavaScript (Expert's Voice in Web Development) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 18. November 2013


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Mark E. Daggett is an pioneering New Media artist, professional developer and CEO of Humansized Inc., a social innovations lab in Kansas City. He is a co-creator of Pledgie.com, the popular crowd-funding platform, and an adjunct professor. He has worked for over a decade within the fields of experience and user interaction design, concept development and strategy, through a variety of start-up ventures, consulting and advisory roles. He is a Rockefeller New Media Grant nominee, and has been profiled in The New York Times, Le Monde, WIRED Magazine and Surface Magazine, among others.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Everything You Always Wanted to Know About JavaScript (* But Were Afraid to Ask) 3. Dezember 2013
Von Spiro L. Mifsud - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Firstly, if you're just looking for a regurgitation of online documentation you won't find it here. Instead, Expert JavaScript reads sort of like an "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About JavaScript (* But Were Afraid to Ask)" and a "JavaScript Demystified". Right from the first few pages it's clear that Daggett knows his stuff. But, unlike most technical books he writes almost novelistic and engages the user by relating to similar problems and misconceptions about JavaScript most developers have encountered. The book starts off with a "gut check" about some of the fundamentals of JavaScript. Like any language that you've been reading and writing for years, it's not uncommon to forget about some its technical underpinnings -- a quick refresh of these points in Expert JavaScript helps the reader fill-in the blanks for the more advanced topics tackled later. As the book progressed I found myself no longer being intimidated or by certain topics I had with JavaScript in the past . One section heading, "The Straight Dope on Scope" really hit the nail on the head for some problems I've admittedly had in the past ("but was afraid to ask"!). The book is geared towards real developers, and I found his discussion on JavaScript code testing very refreshing. Instead of ramming the principles of code testing down our throats. He writes "Publicly, I continued to enthusiastically pump my fists in the air when talking about the importance of TDD and JavaScript testing, but privately, I was writing virtually no tests". Again, a real developer, and an experience most of us have had. But don't worry, he doesn't leave us hanging. He goes on to demystify and illustrate, through real world examples, how to leverage Testing and how easy it can be.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good, but not great 21. März 2015
Von Joshua Foxworth - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
This is a very good javascript book and most developers would learn a good bit by reading it. In particular, the first 5 chapters are awesome and they provide a good bit of info on scope, functions, and closures.

However, I was hoping that the second half of the book would provide more information on specific practices and implementations. For example, although closures are introduced well in terms of what they are and how they are created, there is no real discussion of use cases. There are no details of when a closure would be preferred over a normal function and/or object and there is no discussion of performance issues. Web workers are mentioned but not really addressed.

What I was hoping for was some discussion of how expert programmers do things compared to those who are just proficient with the language. When and how should web workers be used, what are the use cases for promises vs callbacks, and similar items. Instead, the second half of the book falls prey to the same problem most other javascript books can't avoid - the npm. Basically, the author notes a number of packages that he and others use to aid in workflow, dependency, and style. The focus is therefore not on the inner workings of Javascript, how to use the ECMA properly to write the fastest code, and best practices, but rather the author discusses the tools that experts use along with writing javascript.

All in all, this book is definitely worth the read if you are not an expert programmer.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This is a fantastic book, but ONLY if you're looking to see ... 3. November 2014
Von StachuKorick - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is intense.
Do not take the word 'expert' without the weight it deserves. This is a fantastic book, but ONLY if you're looking to see the depths of the language.

If you're a typical software/web dev, and just want to pick up a few JS tricks, this is NOT your book.

This book is for people that need very detailed control of their javascript, and it does a great job at teaching such.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen An indispensible reference 7. Februar 2014
Von Cory Gackenheimer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This book is a terrific source for any developer to utilize and keep with them at their desk. I will use this reference to not only keep a nearby reference, but I will also recommend this to any developer looking to get a more diverse view of JavaScript.

This book provides a concise and powerful view of the JavaScript language. It covers not only the fundamentals to the point where even seasoned professionals can find utility, but it also gives a robust style guide and provides information which allows a developer to begin building structured and testable JavaScript applications.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Exceptional Book! 3. April 2014
Von Michael Enslow - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I got my copy over the holidays and I have read it nearly cover to cover. Like many folks I've been using JavaScript for years and not really understanding a lot of it. Mark's book really filled in a lot of gaps for me. The examples are fun and very thoughtful. I also appreciated how there are very few typos, which I'm sure is a huge challenge with writing a technical books.
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