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JavaScript: The Good Parts


JavaScript: The Good Parts, published by O'Reilly Media

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Considered the JavaScript expert by many people in the development community, author Douglas Crockford identifies the abundance of good ideas that make JavaScript an outstanding object-oriented programming language.
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JavaScript: The Good Parts, published by O'Reilly Media

Buy this DRM-free ebook today! Powered by Aldiko.

Considered the JavaScript expert by many people in the development community, author Douglas Crockford identifies the abundance of good ideas that make JavaScript an outstanding object-oriented programming language.

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User reviews of JavaScript: The Good Parts
Good book, some nice tips, tricks and methods
Apr 13, 2012
I've got this in paperback, excellent read
Dec 30, 2010
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A Google User
Jun 4, 2013
Good book, not easy to read. Viewing on a galaxy tab 10.1 is very hard. The text is blurry, but the font can be changed to make it easier to read. Text in the diagrams is pretty much unreadable. Wish I had paid the extra 3 dollars to buy the Kindle version.
A Google User
Oct 31, 2012
Export and use a real reader. Good book, terrible app, but export makes this the cheapest way to get a legal copy of this book.
A Google User
Oct 31, 2012
Export and use a real reader. Good book, terrible app, but export makes this the cheapest way to get a legal copy of this book.
A Google User
Aug 8, 2012
Review for app While the app provides plenty of options for customization, this edition is NOT meant for tablets. No matter how you adjust things, the text remains blurry and the interface is much too large. Fortunately, the option to export does exist and works just fine.
Matthew
Aug 8, 2012
Review for app While the app provides plenty of options for customization, this edition is NOT meant for tablets. No matter how you adjust things, the text remains blurry and the interface is much too large. Fortunately, the option to export does exist and works just fine.