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JavaScript for PHP Developers (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 30. September 2012

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Stoyan Stefanov (http: //phpied.com, @stoyanstefanov) is a Facebook engineer. Previously at Yahoo! he was the creator of the smush.it online image optimization tool and architect of YSlow 2.0. performance tool. Book author (JavaScript Patterns, Object-Oriented JavaScript), contributor (Even Faster Web Sites, High-Performance JavaScript) and speaker (Velocity, JSConf, Fronteers, Ajax Experience).


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great cross-reference for experienced PHP developers 10. August 2013
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Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
This book does a great job delivering JavaScript knowledge to the title audience. Throughout the book it compares functionality in Javascript with that of PHP. I found it really helpful in that aspect. I find that, living in the PHP world primarily, I often mess up JavaScript scripting because of what psychologists call the "destructive interference" of my PHP knowledge, where the JavaScript implementation is different than that of PHP. It is really helpful as a reference guide in this respect.

On the downside, I don't see this as a pathway to learn JavaScript - that isn't its goal. In the same tone, it doesn't strike me as a book I would read through cover to cover. Much more useful to dip into when I have a need to look up a specific aspect of how JavaScript differs from PHP.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Not enough on the DOM, too much meta programming and OO 23. Juni 2014
Von Ken Freed - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Per the title - this book describes too much of the "Dr. Who" higher level abstract programming constructs, and next to nothing on using the DOM. I use my Kindle highlights of this book for a quick refresher; but (once again), this book by itself does not describe the essential DOM (and perhaps AJAX/Json) practicalities that Javascipt programmers absolutely need to know to get anything done.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen great book for anyone learning JavaScript (with or without PHP background) 1. September 2013
Von S. W. Y. Zegveld - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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As a hobby I like to look behind the code of websites and code myself. In the past I worked quite a lot with PHP, but not that much with JavaScript (ECMAScript).

The book I will now write about is an excellent book for my personal situation: being already familiar with PHP but not that used to JavaScript at the time I read it, I really enjoyed it. The book does exactly what the title promises: tell you all the in- and outs of JavaScript from a PHP background. The book first starts of with an introduction to the JavaScript language and then gets deeper and deeper by providing you the JavaScript syntax next to the PHP one which you already knew. The book is big enough to learn you the JavaScript, but it is not that big that you feel overwhelmed with it. Most of the book is based about the ECMAScript version 3, but in one of the last chapters you will also find a lot of information about the newer ECMAScript version 5 stuff.

In short: a real good book which I would recommend to everyone learning JavaScript from a PHP background, but also really nice for those who aren't familiar with PHP yet. And the price is decent too. Money well spent, if you buy this one!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Aligning PHP knowledge with JavaScript skills 3. August 2013
Von heydluv - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book melted away ALL insecurities and misunderstandings I had with JavaScript by simply leveraging my experience with PHP and showing me the similarities between the two. I had so many "Aha! Now, I get it!" moments with this book that now I'm inspired to use it to teach JavaScript to other PHP Developers in my local community!
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