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Speaking JavaScript by Axel Rauschmayer

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Speaking JavaScript
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Publisher: O'Reilly Media
ISBN/ASIN: B00INES03O
Number of pages: 460

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Speaking JavaScript helps you approach the language with four standalone sections. 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.

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