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Programming JavaScript Applications

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Programming JavaScript Applications
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Publisher: O'Reilly Media
ISBN/ASIN: 1449320945
ISBN-13: 9781449320942
Number of pages: 300

Description:
Take your existing JavaScript skills to the next level and learn how to build complete web scale or enterprise applications that are easy to extend and maintain. By applying the design patterns outlined in this book, you'll learn how to write flexible and resilient code that's easier to work with as your code base grows.

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