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Essential JavaScript and jQuery Design Patterns

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Essential JavaScript and jQuery Design Patterns
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Publisher: addyosmani.com

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Design patterns are reusable solutions to commonly occurring problems in software development and are a very useful tool to have at your disposal. This book will take a look at a number of popular JavaScript design patterns and explore why certain patterns may be more suitable for your projects than others. Patterns can be applied not just to vanilla JavaScript, but also to abstracted libraries such as jQuery or Dojo as well.

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