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JavaScript Essentials by Neil Smyth

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JavaScript Essentials
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Publisher: Techotopia

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The purpose of this book is to provide the essentials of JavaScript so that anyone with a web site can use this powerful scripting language quickly and effectively without having to learn things that, whilst within the capabilities of JavaScript, aren't actually needed by the average web designer. That said, this book does not take any shortcuts. It provides detailed and indepth knowledge of all aspects of JavaScript from language basics through to advanced topics.

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