- Taschenbuch: 384 Seiten
- Verlag: Apress; Auflage: 1st ed. (10. Oktober 2008)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1590597273
- ISBN-13: 978-1590597279
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19,1 x 2,2 x 23,5 cm
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John Resig is a programmer and entrepreneur who's been developing web applications for over eight years. Having primarily focused on back-end development for most of that time using Perl and MySQL, John changed his focus toward implementing usable web front ends. He holds a degree in computer science from Rochester Institute of Technology in New York, and has published several papers on data mining instant messaging networks. When he's not programming, he enjoys watching movies, writing in his blog, www.ejohn.org, and spending time with his girlfriend.
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auch nur in anderen Programmiersprachen) und dann gibt einem das Buch
in den ersten Kapiteln alles nötige um sauberen objekt-orientierten
Code zu schreiben.
Mir fehlten allerdings kleine Übersichtszeichnungen zu den jeweiligen Themen,
denn ein gutes Bild ist oftmals mehr Wert als tausend Worte.
dies ist aber wegen fehlender Typsicherheit (kein compiler) wesentlich.
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So, I did what any self-taught front-end developer would do: I hit the online tutorials. Online tutorials didn't really do it for me, though. The good tutorials seemed too short, and I kept reverting back to sloppy coding after a few days.
Then I came across this book.
The examples are excellent in demonstrating how the language can really work for you if you're willing to put the time into it. That being said, this book is not for beginners. This book is probably best for three groups of people:
3) Ambitious beginners with a lot of patience.
I'm a big proponent of activities that give back the time you invest. Bad books don't do this. Good ones, like this book, do.
First, the bad news. Like all aPress books I've encountered, this one suffers from a few small, but glaring, editing errors. Small things - variable names that change between examples for no good reason, in-text refrences to things the author didn't mention (no doubt something missed between drafts), that sort of thing - crop up. It's not enough to break the book, but it is annoying.
Also, the first section of the book moves at break-neck speed. While some of it is review, for those of us who have been toiling in web tutorials and older books, a few re-reads are necessary to truly understand what's going on. Thankfully, Resig addresses things in a logical manner, so each topic flows nicely into the next, making returning to those parts as painless as possible.
Finally, in the chapter where he discusses public, private, and privledged object properties and methods, he completely glosses over how private properties and methods function. Instead, he merely tells the user to visit Douglas Crockford's site on the matter. It's a bit of a cop-out, and I figure that since I'm spending ~$30 on the book, the least he can do is briefly condence Crockford's ideas.
All that said, though, the positives outweigh the negatives by far.
Despite the quick pacing of the book, the information (ignoring editing inconsistencies) is delivered in a straightforward manner. Resig addresses most, if not all, of those little things which are important in the real world (testing/debugging, how to work with libraries, how to ensure your code doesn't interfere with someone else's code, etc), but are often ignored in other resources.