978-1-56592-577-9 / 1565925777

JavaScript Application Cookbook


Publisher:O'Reilly Media



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About the book:

A programming cookbook is usually a collection of small (but perfectly formed and debugged) components you can mix and match to create your own applications. By this definition, Javascript Application Cookbook is a misnomer. This is actually a collection of 11 completely worked-out client-side Javascript applications including a search engine, Web based tests, slideshow, simple ciphers, shopping cart and so on--all useful stuff.

It assumes the reader has a good grounding in Javascript--certainly enough to follow the code. The explanations that follow each application are mainly high-level overviews of the operation of the component parts of each application.

If you want to learn Javascript, you might be better off with a book on the Javascript language and a standard reference on programming algorithms. Jerry Bradenhaugh clearly knows his stuff, however, and if you need a lot of examples showing effective ways to construct large client-side Javascript applications then the Javascript Application Cookbook will be useful. --Steve Patient

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