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JS.next: A Manager's Guide by Aaron Frost

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JS.next: A Manager's Guide
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Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Number of pages: 43

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JS.next is the most significant change to JavaScript since its initial release in 1995. JS.next educates JavaScript developers, from novice to expert, about the impact that JS.next has had on the language, and demonstrates the powerful new constructs that are accessible in the JS.next API. Complete with code examples, the references and explanations will bring your knowledge of JavaScript into the now, and will jump start any developers ability to code in modern JavaScript.

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