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Head First JavaScript Programming (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 13. Juni 2014

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Eric Freeman is described by Head First series co-creator Kathy Sierra as one of those rare individuals fluent in the language, practice, and culture of multiple domains from hipster hacker, to corporate VP, engineer, think tank." Professionally, Eric recently ended nearly a decade as a media company executive, having held the position of CTO of Disney Online & Disney.com at The Walt Disney Company. Eric is now devoting his time to WickedlySmart.com and lives with his wife and young daughter on Bainbridge Island. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Yale University.

Elisabeth Robson is co-founder of Wickedly Smart, an education company devoted to helping customers gain mastery in web technologies. She s co-author of three bestselling books, Head First Design Patterns, Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML and Head First HTML5 Programming."


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Top material to learn JavaScript. Like all head first books, this one is as entertaining and interesting. I don't know any other book that makes you understand coding languages better!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Finally a Great JavaScript Book 11. April 2014
Von Craig - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
WARNING this a really long review, because I talk about my history with head first books and how I view the authors, but the short version is that the book is great and if you have not bought it yet, then you should drop everything your doing and buy this book.

I can still remember the first time that I ever heard the words HTML, CSS and JavaScript. It was when Jon Rubinstein was taking about how easy it was to make a webOS app during an interview. When I heard that it was easy I decided that I should teach myself how to write this so called HTML, CSS and JavaScript. After failing to successfully teach myself HTML and CSS from the tutorials online I thought about buying a book, so I did some research online and found that several people recommended the book "Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML". I fell in love with this book, it was so clear and easy to understand. It not only explained things in a way that a complete beginner could understand, but it also empowered you by showing you how to create web pages that actually looked good, while reinforcing the concepts they showed you by repeating them in the book and having you do exercises at the end of each chapter, also the "there are no dumb questions" sections in the book seemed to always be the questions that I was asking (it was like they were reading my mind). After I finished the book I felt like I could take on anything (which is a pretty awesome feeling). So I thought no problem I'll just learn JavaScript now, by buying the Head First JavaScript book and going through it like I did with the "HTML with CSS & XHTML" book, but as soon as I started to read that terrible book, my hopes of becoming a JavaScript Guru were shattered. The book would say things like "this is similar to a Java class" (obviously I am going off of memory here, because I cannot force myself to go through that book again), which was confusing to someone who did not even know what Java was. I could go into a rant about why I did not like the old JavaScript book, but the short version is that I had to buy the book "JavaScript a Beginners Guide" and read that before I could finish reading the old JavaScript book because I got stuck reading it all of the time and would just spend hours not knowing what to do. When I finished the old book I still did not consider myself to be good at JavaScript and did not feel comfortable writing it or reading it, which is why I decided to go to college. At college I have learned a lot of things in the world of programming like Java and Object Oriented Design, Networking etc.. but I have never lost the desire to learn JavaScript. This is why I was so excited when I heard that Eric Freeman and Elisabeth Robson were writing a JavaScript book. They are such skilled writers, because they have the ability to approach writing a book from the perspective of a beginner. So I went on their website wickedlysmart.com and signed up for they're early access program. Since I am in college and I have to write Java programs every week I was not able to contribute to their book, but I was able to find time to read the chapters as they wrote them, and I can say that I was really happy with what I saw.

First off, let me say that I know a lot more about programming now then I did when I read the first JavaScript book (the one I didn't like). When I read the old book, I had never heard of an object before and I was confused by simple things like while loops and for loops. However when I read the chapters of this book I tried to imagine that I still did not know anything, because I believe that programming books should be written with beginners in mind. There are a thousand crash course books out there for programmers who are moving to JavaScript from another language and just want to know the language specifics. So now that I wasted enough time rambling let me get into the review. The most important thing that I was looking for in this book was that the book try to make things simple for beginners, which it did. The authors stepped through all of important programming concepts like loops, if statements, and objects from the beginning explaining everything as they went though. This book also did a great job of covering really important concepts like functions. The authors also empowered the reader by having them create some really awesome things like a functional battleship game! Lastly the book was just written in a style that is unique to the authors. I have read other head first books (some of which I really liked) and I can always tell the difference between the books written by other authors and the books that were written by Eric Freeman and Elisabeth Robson. If you do not believe me I dare you to read the old book and then read the new one. It is like night and day.

In the end I would say that this is the first JavaScript book that I have ever really liked. I have read some that I thought were ok, and obviously I have read some that I just flat out hated, but this is the first one I loved. If you are a beginner and you need a good JavaScript book to get you creating some awesome web pages then this is the book for you. It is the book that I wish I had when I was learning this stuff for the first time.

One last note is that if you just got done reading the head first HTML and CSS book, then this book is basically a must have. Wouldn't you want to learn JavaScript from the same people who just taught you HTML and CSS? Its basically a no-brainer.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen You'll learn a tremendous amount 8. April 2014
Von bf5man - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I must say that I was part of the Insider program and read the book while it was being written.

At first, I thought I would only learn the Javascript basics. I was wrong, this book is an unstoppable learning train.

It takes you on board and builds steam while teaching you the basics. Next thing you know, you are programming a nice Battleship game. You'll then learn the fundamentals of Objects and Functions... just the fundamental? Not at all, that's when the book gets unstoppable, you'll dig deeper than any other beginner JS books I've read on objects and functions, in fact, First Class Functions and Prototype won't have any secrets for you and that's where the book shines. In the end, you'll look back and have a hard time believing how much distance you've covered.

One last word: the creativity and thoughtfulness of the authors makes it my favorite Head First book!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Enlightening 24. Januar 2015
Von Kapunahele Wong - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Is it strange to say that a Javascript book has a great ending? Well, this one did. I'm not one of the people who was asked to do a review. I just bought a hardcopy and actually read every word on every page for my own use - just a regular web developer looking to deepen my understanding.

My skill level:
I've been studying Javascript for a couple of years and have used it a lot at my new job in the last 6 months. Sometimes I inherit projects that have pre-existing Javascript that is sometimes pretty complex. We also use some frameworks and libraries like jQuery, Express, nodeJS, and AngularJS. So, I got this book to understand all those things better.

About the Book:
The book itself is steady and clear with a variety of projects and written in a friendly tone. It starts from zero, so if you know nothing, you're in the right place. If, like me, you've been working in it and have wondered what some of the parts do at a fundamental level but haven't had a chance to get to the bottom of it, this book will probably cover it. Even though it covers the basic stuff, it also gets into advanced topics. In fact, the last three chapters are worth the cost of the book alone. The chapter on prototypal inheritance upped my game in one evening. No kidding.

My Experience with the Book:
It's over 600 pages but flows pretty quickly considering the topic. If like me, you've been working with Javascript, you might find the first 400 pages or so to be a refresher and zoom through. After about pg. 400, I started running into more bits of info and concepts that really clarified some things. That's where I really started getting grateful that they'd done all this hard work. As I went through this book, I was also going through the 12 hour series "Crockford on Javascript" at the same time. He gets pretty in depth in some of it and on a spooky number of occasions I'd just learned a concept the night before in this book that Crockford would then discuss. Much to my delight I understood everything he went into where I know I would have missed things had I not had this book in my back pocket.

My Full Assessment:
Just get the book. It's great - every page. Work your way through it and then watch the 'Crockford on Javascript' series (free on YouTube) and you'll prove to yourself just how cool you are. Then go get that dev job. They don't use dollar signs in programming languages for nothing. :)
10 von 10 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Beginner Book! 10. Mai 2014
Von David Hayden - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
If you are new to JavaScript, Head First JavaScript Programming is a fantastic first book. It focuses more on JavaScript as a language than manipulating the DOM, and this is exactly what you need before diving into jQuery, Zepto, or other JavaScript Framework to help with cross-browser DOM manipulation.

Follow this book with another great book, Head First HTML5 Programming, which is one of my personal favorites on learning JavaScript in the browser. It will take your skills even further.

Once you finish those 2 books, dive into a good book on jQuery to round out your knowledge!
12 von 13 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Top class 31. März 2014
Von Jill Daly - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Firstly, I want to say that I have been asked to write a review by the publisher. I took part in the insiders early access for hfjs, where participants were allowed to review this book as it was being written. The quality of this book was very high from the start, and the final version is a good read. I own other titles by Freeman & Robson (Head First Design Patterns, Head First HTML5), and this is how I came across the insider opportunity with hfjs.

I have many years experience as a Java developer, but I wanted to branch out into the world of javascript, and this book was the right fit. The early chapters were maybe a little basic for an experienced developer, but as the book progressed it was definitely a valuable resource to have.

I would definitely recommend this book.
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