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Effective JavaScript: 68 Specific Ways to Harness the Power of JavaScript [Anglais] [Broché]

David Herman
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26 novembre 2012

“It’s uncommon to have a programming language wonk who can speak in such comfortable and friendly language as David does. His walk through the syntax and semantics of JavaScript is both charming and hugely insightful; reminders of gotchas complement realistic use cases, paced at a comfortable curve. You’ll find when you finish the book that you’ve gained a strong and comprehensive sense of mastery.”

—Paul Irish, developer advocate, Google Chrome

 

“This is not a book for those looking for shortcuts; rather it is hard-won experience distilled into a guided tour. It’s one of the few books on JS that I’ll recommend without hesitation.”

—Alex Russell, TC39 member, software engineer, Google

 

In order to truly master JavaScript, you need to learn how to work effectively with the language’s flexible, expressive features and how to avoid its pitfalls. No matter how long you’ve been writing JavaScript code, Effective JavaScript will help deepen your understanding of this powerful language, so you can build more predictable, reliable, and maintainable programs.

 

Author David Herman, with his years of experience on Ecma’s JavaScript standardization committee, illuminates the language’s inner workings as never before—helping you take full advantage of JavaScript’s expressiveness. Reflecting the latest versions of the JavaScript standard, the book offers well-proven techniques and best practices you’ll rely on for years to come.

 

Effective JavaScript is organized around 68 proven approaches for writing better JavaScript, backed by concrete examples. You’ll learn how to choose the right programming style for each project, manage unanticipated problems, and work more successfully with every facet of JavaScript programming from data structures to concurrency. Key features include

  • Better ways to use prototype-based object-oriented programming
  • Subtleties and solutions for working with arrays and dictionary objects
  • Precise and practical explanations of JavaScript’s functions and variable scoping semantics
  • Useful JavaScript programming patterns and idioms, such as options objects and method chaining
  • In-depth guidance on using JavaScript’s unique “run-to-completion” approach to concurrency

 


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“Living up to the expectation of an Effective Software Development Series programming book, Effective JavaScript by Dave Herman is a must-read for anyone who wants to do serious JavaScript programming. The book provides detailed explanations of the inner workings of JavaScript, which helps readers take better advantage of the language.”

—Erik Arvidsson, senior software engineer

 

“Before reading Effective JavaScript, I thought it would be just another book on how to write better JavaScript. But this book delivers that and so much more—it gives you a deep understanding of the language. And this is crucial. Without that understanding you’ll know absolutely nothing whatever about the language itself. You’ll only know how other programmers write their code.

 

“Read this book if you want to become a really good JavaScript developer. I, for one, wish I had it when I first started writing JavaScript.”

—Anton Kovalyov, developer of JSHint

 

“If you’re looking for a book that gives you formal but highly readable insights into the JavaScript language, look no further. Intermediate JavaScript developers will find a treasure trove of knowledge inside, and even highly skilled JavaScripters are almost guaranteed to learn a thing or ten. For experienced practitioners of other languages looking to dive headfirst into JavaScript, this book is a mustread for quickly getting up to speed. No matter what your background, though, author Dave Herman does a fantastic job of exploring JavaScript—its beautiful parts, its warts, and everything in between.”

—Rebecca Murphey, senior JavaScript developer, Bocoup

 

“Effective JavaScript is essential reading for anyone who understands that JavaScript is no mere toy and wants to fully grasp the power it has to offer. Dave Herman brings users a deep, studied, and practical understanding of the language, guiding them through example after example to help them come to the same conclusions he has. This is not a book for those looking for shortcuts; rather, it is hard-won experience distilled into a guided tour. It’s one of the few books on JavaScript that I’ll recommend without hesitation.”

—Alex Russell, TC39 member, software engineer, Google

 

“Rarely does anyone have the opportunity to study alongside a master in their craft. This book is just that—the JavaScript equivalent of a time-traveling philosopher visiting fifth century BC to study with Plato.”

—Rick Waldron, JavaScript evangelist, Bocoup

Biographie de l'auteur

David Herman is a principal researcher at Mozilla Research. He holds a BA in computer science from Grinnell College, and an MS and PhD in computer science from Northeastern University. David serves on Ecma TC39, the committee responsible for the standardization of JavaScript.


Détails sur le produit

  • Broché: 240 pages
  • Editeur : Addison Wesley; Édition : 1 (26 novembre 2012)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0321812182
  • ISBN-13: 978-0321812186
  • Dimensions du produit: 23,1 x 18 x 1,1 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Une saine lecture 2 juin 2014
Par Fukei
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Cet ouvrage s'adresse à un public qui connaît déjà javascript mais qui ne sait pas toujours "pourquoi là ça marche et pourquoi là ça marche pas" et qui souhaite approfondir sa connaissance du langage.

Il lève le voile de manière très compréhensible sur les bizarreries, pardon, les particularités, de ce langage qui, quotidiennement, nous amènent à nous tirer une balle dans le pied. Les conversions implicites, les portées de variables, les méthodes fréquemment utilisées mais non-standard... ce genre de blagues. Les explications sont étayées d'exemples nombreux, d'idiomes salvateurs et elles vous permettront éventuellement de clouer le bec au grincheux qui trouve que jshint est un dictateur obscurantiste.

Comparé à "Secrets of the javascript ninja" que j'ai feuilleté, ce livre me semble moins pointu mais plus accessible et finalement plus utile au quotidien. Il n'aborde ni jQuery, ni aucun autre framework "récent", par contre il traite d'ecmascript 5.

La mise en page est agréable à lire, les exemples utilisent la coloration syntaxique avec les "choses à retenir" en fin de chapitre. Si je devais formuler un reproche, c'est que face à la profusion d'exemples, on se dit parfois "tl;dr, je lis juste la liste à retenir".
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great graduating material after you've conquered the basics! (And good for reinforcing those!) 19 février 2013
Par Rachel Nabors - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm a designer turned front-end developer. I came to this book from Cody Lindley's "JavaScript Enlightenment." These two books in that order should be required reading for all designers picking up JavaScript. Skip "The Good Parts" and "Eloquent" and go straight for these meaty, easy to understand volumes.

This is like the big brother of JavaScript Enlightenment. It introduces intermediate to advanced concepts. It's a concise volume with small code examples you can easily follow. Some of the concepts you may not get right away, but each chapter of the book will start simple, offer you something you didn't know about JavaScript, and stretch your understanding a little bit more. You might need to read it twice, but take your time. Like a ballerina doing her stretches at the bar, you might not feel like you're getting anywhere fast, but you're doing your career a world of good with each stretch you take.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Depth and breadth that won't become obsolete soon 5 janvier 2013
Par Jamison D. Dance - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is hands down the best JavaScript book I have read. It talks about all the expected subjects for a JS book: prototypes, concurrency with asynchronous functions, operators, functions, etc. However, it combines brevity with deep insight. I wish more technical books were this clear and concise.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 People always ask "which book should I get to learn JavaScript" 31 décembre 2012
Par James Morrin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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TL;DR If you know other languages and want to get into JavaScript this is a great start!!!

People ask me how to get started with JavaScript all the time. If they are asking for a book they should get I always recommend JavaScript the Good Parts. Although they might not understand all the concepts in the book the first read. They will get a good idea of what not to do :) Then for a more definitive guide, I recommend JavaScript the Definitive guide, which is HUGE and I couldn't imagining reading the whole thing but its a great reference! This book kinda hits the sweet spot right in the middle. Just enough information to get someone comfortable in another language up and running with JavaScript.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent intermediate book 16 mars 2014
Par Nicholas C. Zakas - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you've been looking for an easy way to improve your JavaScript knowledge, this book is for you. Through a series of concise, focused second, this book takes you through some of the most important best practices and language works you should know for working with JavaScript. The explanations are clear, the examples appropriate, and the selection of topics is sufficiently broad to expose you to important language concepts.

This book assumes you already know JavaScript ahead of time, as it dives right into example. For this reason, the book isn't appropriate as a first book to learn JavaScript. It is most appropriate for those who have already read a couple of beginner books and are ready to take a deeper look at the language.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book 25 décembre 2012
Par GZiolo - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great book for every experienced JavaScript developer. It covers all most important aspects of JavaScript language in very concise form. You will find lots of valuable tips that will help to master your skills. I'm sure you will learn more good practices, as well as get aware of pitfalls you wouldn't think of before.
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