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e-books in JavaScript category

WebGL InsightsWebGL Insights
by Patrick Cozzi - CRC Press , 2015
WebGL is a JavaScript API for rendering interactive 3D and 2D graphics without the use of plug-ins. This book presents real-world techniques for WebGL developers by assembling contributions from experienced WebGL engine and application developers.
TypeScript Deep DiveTypeScript Deep Dive
by Basarat Ali Syed - GitBook , 2017
TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript, and adds optional static typing and class-based object-oriented programming to the language. The author of this book has been looking at the issues that turn up commonly when people start using TypeScript.
Exploring ES6: Upgrade to the Next Version of JavaScriptExploring ES6: Upgrade to the Next Version of JavaScript
by Axel Rauschmayer - , 2015
This book contains reliable and in-depth information on ECMAScript 6, the next version of JavaScript. The author will provide step-by-step instructions on how to apply ES6 features instead of old JavaScript hacks and methods.

Building Front-End Web Apps with AngularJS and Parse.comBuilding Front-End Web Apps with AngularJS and
by Bo Li, Gerd Wagner - , 2015
This book shows how to build JavaScript front-end web applications with AngularJS and the cloud storage service By learning from the examples in the book, you can quickly improve your understanding of basic concepts and techniques.
Your First Meteor ApplicationYour First Meteor Application
by David Turnbull - , 2015
Free, online book about the Meteor JavaScript framework that helps beginning web developers build their first real-time web application with Meteor in a matter of hours. Included are practical examples, real-world code samples, and helpful exercises.
Building Front-End Web Apps with Plain JavaScriptBuilding Front-End Web Apps with Plain JavaScript
by Gerd Wagner - , 2015
This book shows how to build front-end web applications with plain JavaScript, not using any framework. A front-end web application can be provided by any web server, but it is executed on the user's computer device, and not on the remote web server.
Understanding ECMAScript 6Understanding ECMAScript 6
by Nicholas C. Zakas - Leanpub , 2015
This book is intended for those who are already familiar with JavaScript and ECMAScript 5. It is aimed at intermediate-to-advanced JavaScript developers (both browser and Node.js environments) who want to learn about the future of the language.
You Don't Know JS: Scope and ClosuresYou Don't Know JS: Scope and Closures
by Kyle Simpson - O'Reilly , 2014
This guide takes you inside scope and closures, two core concepts you need to know to become a more efficient JS programmer. You'll learn how and why they work, and how an understanding of closures can be a powerful part of your development skillset.
Human JavaScriptHuman JavaScript
by Henrik Joreteg - , 2014
This is a book about a specific set of JavaScript tools, patterns, and approaches that we feel are optimized for people. These approaches enable our team to quickly build and deliver high-quality JavaScript applications for humans ...
Modern Web Essentials Using JavaScript and HTML5Modern Web Essentials Using JavaScript and HTML5
by David Pitt - , 2014
This book provides tools for a thorough understanding of three topics integral to effective enterprise-level, web SPA development: JavaScript language essentials, HTML5 specification features, and responsive design principles.
Developing Single Page Web Apps with Backbone.jsDeveloping Single Page Web Apps with Backbone.js
by Prateek Dayal - SupportBee , 2014
Contents: The Single Page Mindset; Introduction to Backbone.js; Setting up our new application; Building the Tickets Listing Screen; Posting Data to the Server: The New Reply View; Breaking up the TicketList View into Subviews; etc.
Leaflet Tips and TricksLeaflet Tips and Tricks
by Malcolm Maclean - Leanpub , 2014
This book is written to help those who may be unfamiliar with JavaScript or web page creation get started bringing their map vision to the World. It is put together as a guide to get you started if you are unsure what leaflet.js can do.
Speaking JavaScriptSpeaking JavaScript
by Axel Rauschmayer - O'Reilly Media , 2014
First, a quick-start guide teaches you just enough of the language to help you be productive right away. More experienced JavaScript programmers will find a complete and easy-to-read reference that covers each language feature in depth.
Recipes with Angular.jsRecipes with Angular.js
by Frederik Dietz - Ruboss Technology Corporation , 2013
Angular.js is an open-source Javascript MVC (Model-View-Controller) framework developed by Google. If you are using Angular.js, or considering it, this cookbook provides easy to follow recipes for issues you are likely to face.
D3 Tips and Tricks: Interactive Data Visualization in a Web BrowserD3 Tips and Tricks: Interactive Data Visualization in a Web Browser
by Malcolm Maclean - Leanpub , 2013
D3 Tips and Tricks is a book written to help those who may be unfamiliar with JavaScript or web page creation get started turning information into visualization. d3.js is an extraordinary framework for presentation of data on a web page.
JavaScript AllongéJavaScript Allongé
by Reginald Braithwaite - Leanpub , 2013
JavaScript Allongé solves important problems for the ambitious JavaScript programmer. It gives you the tools to deal with bugs, hitches, edge cases, and other potential pitfalls. This book gives you a gentle start before showing you its full depth.
JavaScript CookbookJavaScript Cookbook
by Shelley Powers - O'Reilly Media , 2010
This cookbook is chock-full of code recipes that address common programming tasks, as well as techniques for building web apps that work in any browser. Just copy and paste the code samples into your project -- you'll get the job done faster...
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by Aaron Frost - O'Reilly Media , 2013
'' A Manager's Guide'' educates JavaScript developers, from novice to expert, about the impact that has had on the language, and demonstrates the powerful new constructs that are accessible in the API.
The Problem with Native JavaScript APIsThe Problem with Native JavaScript APIs
by Nicholas C. Zakas - O'Reilly Media , 2012
Different browsers can develop native APIs for the same specification and still end up with different interpretations. These APIs can tie your code to specific browsers, forcing you to upgrade applications whenever new browsers are released.
Programming JavaScript ApplicationsProgramming JavaScript Applications
by Eric Elliott - O'Reilly Media , 2013
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.
Learning JavaScript Design PatternsLearning JavaScript Design Patterns
by Addy Osmani - O'Reilly Media , 2012
Learn how to write beautiful, structured, and maintainable JavaScript by applying design patterns to the language. If you want to keep your code efficient, more manageable, and up-to-date with the latest best practices, this book is for you.
JavaScript: The Right WayJavaScript: The Right Way
by William Oliveira - , 2012
Since JavaScript is one of the most popular languages nowadays, there's a lot of obsolete information about it on the web. This book is an easy-to-read, quick reference for JS best practices, accepted coding standards, and links around the Web.
- Wikibooks , 2012
This book is a guide to JavaScript, a scripting language widely used in web pages and web applications. This book is written as a tutorial, in the sense that all key concepts are explained. It is assumed that you have a background in programming.
DOM EnlightenmentDOM Enlightenment
by Cody Lindley - , 2012
This is the most exhaustive book written about DOM scripting without the use of a library/framework. The book is written in a style that favors small, isolated, immediately executable code over wordy explanations and monolithic programs.
Backbone TutorialsBackbone Tutorials
by Thomas Davis - , 2012
Backbone.js has had unrivaled success and will be a crucial tool in modern web development. This free e-book aims to get developers up to speed with single page web application development using Backbone.js as a foundation.
An Introduction to libuvAn Introduction to libuv
by Nikhil Marathe , 2012
This book is a small set of tutorials about using libuv as a high performance evented I/O library which offers the same API on Windows and Unix. It is meant to cover the main areas of libuv, but is not a comprehensive reference.
Mastering NodeMastering Node
by TJ Holowaychuk - Visionmedia , 2012
Node allows JavaScript developers to create high performance servers by leveraging Google's V8 JavaScript engine, and asynchronous I/O. In this book we will discover how to write high concurrency web servers, utilizing the CommonJS module system.
JavaScript SuccinctlyJavaScript Succinctly
by Cody Lindley - Syncfusion Inc. , 2012
The book was written to give readers an accurate examination of JavaScript objects and their supporting nuances, such as complex values, primitive values, inheritance, etc. If you're an intermediate JavaScript developer this is the book for you.
JavaScript EnlightenmentJavaScript Enlightenment
by Cody Lindley - , 2011
The book gives the reader an accurate JavaScript worldview through an examination of native JavaScript objects and supporting nuances: complex values, primitive values, scope, inheritance, etc. A short and digestible summary of the ECMA-262.
Developing Backbone.js ApplicationsDeveloping Backbone.js Applications
by Addy Osmani - O'Reilly Media , 2012
If you're looking to use the single-page application model to build your site's frontend, Backbone.js is an ideal framework for the job. This practical guide provides all the information you need to create structured JavaScript applications.
Mixu's Node BookMixu's Node Book
by Mikito Takada - , 2012
Node.js is an event-driven I/O framework for the V8 JavaScript engine. In order to learn Node, you need to learn how to write code -- not how to use a 3rd party library or a set of spells. This is a short, comprehensive and interesting book.
The Node Beginner BookThe Node Beginner Book
by Manuel Kiessling - Leanpub , 2011
The aim of this document is to get you started with developing applications with Node.js, teaching you everything you need to know about 'advanced' JavaScript along the way. It goes way beyond your typical 'Hello World' tutorial.
Dojo: The Definitive GuideDojo: The Definitive Guide
by Matthew A. Russell - O'Reilly Media , 2008
Dojo provides an end-to-end solution for development in the browser. Matthew A. Russell demonstrates how to tame Dojo's extensive library of utilities so that you can build rich and responsive web applications like never before.
Node: Up and RunningNode: Up and Running
by Tom Hughes-Croucher - O'Reilly Media , 2012
Node.js, the new web development framework written in JavaScript, is many things, but mostly it's a way of running JavaScript outside the web browser. This book will cover why that's important, and what benefits Node.js provides.
Building A JavaScript FrameworkBuilding A JavaScript Framework
by Alex Young - DailyJS , 2010
This book is a guide to building a JavaScript framework. It'll teach you how to build a framework and draw on real-world code from projects like jQuery. Along the way we'll explore some fundamental parts of modern JavaScript.
jQuery FundamentalsjQuery Fundamentals
by Rebecca Murphey , 2010
The purpose of this book is to provide an overview of the jQuery JavaScript library; when you're done with the book, you should be able to complete basic tasks using jQuery, and have a solid basis from which to continue your learning.
Essential JavaScript and jQuery Design PatternsEssential JavaScript and jQuery Design Patterns
by Addy Osmani - , 2010
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 also be applied to abstracted libraries such as jQuery or Dojo as well.
The Ugly JavaScript BookThe Ugly JavaScript Book
by John H. Keyes , 2001
If you just want to be able to do some stuff with JavaScript, this little JavaScript book may help you implement the things that you want to happen at your web site. So this tutorial will concentrate on teaching you to do things.
ppk on JavaScriptppk on JavaScript
by Peter-Paul Koch - New Riders Press , 2006
ppk on JavaScript is a well-written and cleanly structured walk through useful JavaScript examples. It is extremely practical, and goes right to the core of what a web programmer needs to know about JavaScript to build real sites, right now.
Introduction to JavaScriptIntroduction to JavaScript
by Frank Peter - Foothill College , 2011
This introduction to JavaScript covers the Document Object Model, JavaScript elements, events and event handlers, incorporating JavaScript into your HTML pages, program control, functions, arrays, forms, form handlers, environmental variables, etc.
Core JavaScript GuideCore JavaScript Guide
- Netscape Communications Corp. , 2000
JavaScript is a cross-platform, object-based scripting language. This book explains everything you need to know about using core JavaScript. It is assumed that you have a general understanding of the WWW, and a good working knowledge of HTML.
Sams Teach Yourself JavaScript in 24 HoursSams Teach Yourself JavaScript in 24 Hours
by Michael Moncur - Sams , 2006
The book serves as an easy-to-understand tutorial on JavaScript. You will learn how to use JavaScript to enhance web pages with interactive forms, objects, and cookies, as well as how to use JavaScript to work with games, animation, and multimedia.
Javascript FAQJavascript FAQ
by Alexei Kourbatov - Linuxtopia , 2006
The goal of this text is to help you develop robust client-side scripts that can run in all modern browsers, under various operating systems. The answers contain interactive examples which you can run without leaving the Web page you are reading.
Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) for JavaScript Developers Pocket GuideAdobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) for JavaScript Developers Pocket Guide
by Mike Chambers, Daniel Dura, Kevin Hoyt - Adobe Dev Library , 2007
The official guide to the Adobe's new cross-platform desktop runtime. It explains how to use AIR to build HTML and JavaScript-based web applications, how to set up the development environment, create your first app, and more.
JavaScript EssentialsJavaScript Essentials
by Neil Smyth - Techotopia , 2007
JavaScript Essentials by Neil Smyth is a comprehensive book for online reading, written with the aim to provide web developers and programmers with everything they need to know to create dynamic, rich and interactive web pages with JavaScript.
Eloquent JavaScript: An opinionated guide to programmingEloquent JavaScript: An opinionated guide to programming
by Marijn Haverbeke - No Starch Press , 2011
This ebook provides a comprehensive introduction to the JavaScript programming language. It contains plenty of example programs, and an environment to try them out and play with them. The book is aimed at the beginning programmer.