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PRO JAVASCRIPT, (Wrox Us) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 22. Juli 1999

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JavaScript is the language of the web, used in programming all the major browsers. It is a powerful scripting language that lets web developers produce more powerful, more user-friendly and more interactive web pages, and with the release of the Version 5 browsers its power will become even greater. JavaScript is not just for client-side, however; it's increasingly finding favour as a server side programming language- in Microsoft's ASP technology- and as a programming language for administration tasks with applications such as the Windows Scripting Host. This book covers the broad spectrum of programming JavaScript - from the core language to browser applications and server-side use to stand-alone and embedded JavaScript. It includes a guide to the language - when where and how to get the most out of JavaScript - together with practical case studies demonstrating JavaScript in action. Coverage is up-to-date, with discussion of compatability issues and version differences, and the book concludes with a comprehensive reference section.

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This book is for programmers looking to bring their JavaScript skills to the cutting edge, and for any programmer looking for a comprehensive compendium of tips and an up-to-date JavaScript reference. It will also be of use to experienced programmers looking to learn JavaScript or leverage its power for a specific purpose.

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I've got a real problem with this traditional-computer science approach of learning all about variables and structure but nothing that you can actually use.
I had to actually RETURN this book, because it was such a waste. Little examples or real code, make it only good in "theory" and not in practice. You can do MUCH better.
Look, books don't seem to be doing a very good job. If you want to learn Javascript, goto Yahoo.com and search for Javascript tutorial. I've just tried a few, but in an hour or two I've learned 20x as much as trying to read the book.
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I managed to get through little more than half of this book before I got disgusted with it and put it away for good.
I found that this book was poorly structured, jumping from topic to topic without fully discussing it in a meaningful manner. The author(s) would simply say, please view chapter 3 for a details. That doesn't help if you want a reference or to learn in a progressive manner. I am already an expierenced javascript programmer, but there was a few functions that I wanted to revisit, so I see programmer to programmer professional javascript as the title and I thought this was exactly what I needed.
During the reading of it I found errors, granted minor, but if a novice were reading this they'd be even more confused that I was. All in all, this book was useless. For those who a real reference guide as well as some simple examples (as I did)I can strongly recommend Dynamic HTML - The definitive reference from O'Reilly press. Unlike this book it was broken into sections dealing with HTML, javascript, DOM and CSS separately, rather than scattering the languages randomly throughout each chapter.
Again, if you are a novice, please, please do not get this book. Hell, even if you are relatively good with javascript, I would urge you NOT to consider this one.
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It really looks like production team was under orders to produce pre-set number of pages no matter what. Almost 300pg reference section would comfortably fit in 100pg and would be of some use then- after major rework, and reference is important part of a book calling itself professional. For example, no information on object method arguments is included, not even a list. Tables are at least twice as large then what would be reasonable for the content - almost like they went printing Web tables from and old browser. What was supposed to be Netscape and IE specific reference really looks like a verbatim copy of some web intro page.
Proliferation of subtitles, many times just for one paragraph. Index with at least one level larger font size then what even Wrox itself used in ASP 3.0 book. Table of contents stretched out to 30 pages with big font sizes which rendered it almost useless.
Way to many "buy this further Wrox book" nagging in the text up to a point where you have to start suspecting that not things are not present on purpose just to make you purchase one more.
DHTML section is way too IE biased, even with no mention of some cross browser techniques you can see working on web. Client side JavaScript case study just goes presenting IE exclusive code, then some rambling how "Netscape can't do this" and then - a miracle - cross browser JavaScript library from the net :-) FI development of cross browser code was too much for authors they why not simply presenting several good libraries and explaining their inner workings?
Authors of at least half chapters seem to be at loss about their intended audience.
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I am your typical Web architect. Not really a pro, but knowledgeable enough to make me one of the best people in my company to work with consultants and do a certain amount of pre-visualization and early prototyping. My project is to get an Intranet/Extranet completed using either Microsoft or alternative products. I have to research and oversee (with others) implementation of both visual design and user functionality, for client (Intranet and Extranet clients) and server ends (including administrative tools).
I know the tools I "want" to use and the strategy I want to take, but I need some hard facts and intermediate to advanced descriptions of implementations.
This book has what I need.
Facts. Loads of example scripts. Analysis of using Java and Javascript. Analysis of extending application functionality through standalone script interpreters. Security issues. Client issues (for all relevant browsers) Server issues (for all relevant servers).
Awesome. Definitely the fruit of an enormous (there's that word again) amount of expertise and trial and error development.
If you have a little bit of knowledge about Web technologies (graphics, databases, servers, browsers and plug-ins), and have some familiarity with programming principles (best if you've taken a programming course or studied on your own for a few months) this book will be the glue that ties it all together for you.
Part reference guide, part bible, and all relevant.
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