JS Pro Quick Guide

JS Pro Quick Guide


More than just a cheat sheet or reference, the JavaScript Pro Quick Guide provides beginners with a simple introduction to the basics, and experts will find the advanced details they need. Loads of extras are included: syntax, variables, operators, conditionals, looping, events, exceptions and more.

The JavaScript properties/functions/methods are categorized and searchable. Each detailed information screen contains a description, parameters, examples, browser compatibility, and more. In addition, most of the examples include the actual output.

The JavaScript properties/functions/methods are broken into the following categories:
JavaScript Objects (Array, Boolean, Date, Math, Number, RegExp, String, String-HTML Wrapper), Global Properties/Functions.

Along with the following additional JavaScript information:
Basics:
- JavaScript Introduction
- Using JavaScript
- Placing JavaScript
- Statements
- Variables
- Operators
- Comparisons
- Conditionals (if, if...else, if...else if...else, switch)
- Looping (for, while, do...while, for...in)
- Functions
- Events
- Exceptions
- Popup Boxes

* No internet connection necessary! Works off-line *

Recent changes:
v1.5:
- Fixed issue with small text on high density screens
- Minor corrections / updates to content

v1.4:
- Added search feature
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About JS Pro Quick Guide
More than just a cheat sheet or reference, the JavaScript Pro Quick Guide provides beginners with a simple introduction to the basics, and experts will find the advanced details they need. Loads of extras are included: syntax, variables, operators, conditionals, looping, events, exceptions and more.

The JavaScript properties/functions/methods are categorized and searchable. Each detailed information screen contains a description, parameters, examples, browser compatibility, and more. In addition, most of the examples include the actual output.

The JavaScript properties/functions/methods are broken into the following categories:
JavaScript Objects (Array, Boolean, Date, Math, Number, RegExp, String, String-HTML Wrapper), Global Properties/Functions.

Along with the following additional JavaScript information:
Basics:
- JavaScript Introduction
- Using JavaScript
- Placing JavaScript
- Statements
- Variables
- Operators
- Comparisons
- Conditionals (if, if...else, if...else if...else, switch)
- Looping (for, while, do...while, for...in)
- Functions
- Events
- Exceptions
- Popup Boxes

* No internet connection necessary! Works off-line *

Recent changes:
v1.5:
- Fixed issue with small text on high density screens
- Minor corrections / updates to content

v1.4:
- Added search feature

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A Google User
Apr 25, 2014
Just what I was looking for! I am a experienced web developer and I was looking for quick cheat sheets, the whole pro series by these guys is great reference material! I bought 5 of them!
A Google User
Aug 17, 2012
Does not contain best practices This app, while it has a good reference information, does not include information about javascript best practices. For example, script blocks should always be placed at the end of the body so it will have access to all page content. I recommend "JavaScript: the good parts" by Douglas Crawford, which is also available as an app.
A Google User
Aug 17, 2012
Does not contain best practices This app, while it has a good reference information, does not include information about javascript best practices. For example, script blocks should always be placed at the end of the body so it will have access to all page content. I recommend "JavaScript: the good parts" by Douglas Crawford, which is also available as an app.
Jeremy M
Aug 17, 2012
Does not contain best practices This app, while it has a good reference information, does not include information about javascript best practices. For example, script blocks should always be placed at the end of the body so it will have access to all page content. I recommend "JavaScript: the good parts" by Douglas Crawford, which is also available as an app.
A Google User
Jun 10, 2012
Seems excellent At such a price it would be difficult to complain anyway, but the text is genuinely well-written and seems quite comprehensive in both the depth and variety of its entries.