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Amazon.com: 3.4 étoiles sur 5  36 commentaires
76 internautes sur 81 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Enormous� Accurate, insightful and specific 26 octobre 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I am your typical Web architect. Not really a pro, but knowledgeable enough to make me one of the best people in my company to work with consultants and do a certain amount of pre-visualization and early prototyping.
My project is to get an Intranet/Extranet completed using either Microsoft or alternative products. I have to research and oversee (with others) implementation of both visual design and user functionality, for client (Intranet and Extranet clients) and server ends (including administrative tools).
I know the tools I "want" to use and the strategy I want to take, but I need some hard facts and intermediate to advanced descriptions of implementations.
This book has what I need.
Facts. Loads of example scripts. Analysis of using Java and Javascript. Analysis of extending application functionality through standalone script interpreters. Security issues. Client issues (for all relevant browsers) Server issues (for all relevant servers).
Awesome. Definitely the fruit of an enormous (there's that word again) amount of expertise and trial and error development.
If you have a little bit of knowledge about Web technologies (graphics, databases, servers, browsers and plug-ins), and have some familiarity with programming principles (best if you've taken a programming course or studied on your own for a few months) this book will be the glue that ties it all together for you.
Part reference guide, part bible, and all relevant.
23 internautes sur 23 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Nonsense from "A reader from USA". 13 janvier 2000
Par Bryan Bertrand - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I came back here to get Harry Yeh's email to thank him for his recommendation of this book, but felt I had to respond to the anonymous reviewer's comments. This is by far and away the most definitive reference on any scripting technology I've ever come across! I'd recommend this book to anyone and everyone.
Of course "Clib.puts()" isn't discussed on page 22. Use of the C library is discussed much later (as it should be). And as for the side effects of the Comma Operator, an example follows directly after it's mentioned!
Its clear that the reviewer hasn't read the book. I've been reading this book for the past three weeks and have discovered and learnt more than I did in the previous 2 years.
11 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellant Case Studies 16 janvier 2000
Par Mart Poom - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Chapters 10 and 14 in this book are excellant case studies. The 'Family Tree Photo Album' is a great real-life example of how to use JavaScript practically and ties up what has been taught in the book.
But then chapter 14 which is "Building an e-commerce shop front" goes beyond that to create a functioning online shop. It's brilliant! I have "borrowed" it for our company site.
Thanks Wrox, this book surpasses even ASP2.0 in quality and depth. Keep up the good work.
14 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Enormous� Accurate, insightful and specific 17 février 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I am your typical Web architect. Not really a pro, but knowledgeable enough to make me one of the best people in my company to work with consultants and do a certain amount of pre-visualization and early prototyping. My project is to get an Intranet/Extranet completed using either Microsoft or alternative products. I have to research and oversee (with others) implementation of both visual design and user functionality, for client (Intranet and Extranet clients) and server ends (including administrative tools).
I know the tools I "want" to use and the strategy I want to take, but I need some hard facts and intermediate to advanced descriptions of implementations.
This book has what I need.
Facts. Loads of example scripts. Analysis of using Java and Javascript. Analysis of extending application functionality through standalone script interpreters. Security issues. Client issues (for all relevant browsers) Server issues (for all relevant servers).
Awesome. Definitely the fruit of an enormous (there's that word again) amount of expertise and trial and error development.
If you have a little bit of knowledge about Web technologies (graphics, databases, servers, browsers and plug-ins), and have some familiarity with programming principles (best if you've taken a programming course or studied on your own for a few months) this book will be the glue that ties it all together for you.
Part reference guide, part bible, and all relevant.
14 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good but not great 20 septembre 2000
Par Glen Ford - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
As a web developer, I've been using this book for the better part of a year now. That, coupled with the fact that it's getting a little worn, should be a testament to its overall usefulness. I haven't yet found a professional application for the advanced material presented -- I mainly work in DHTML -- but I like knowing that if I had to do server-side JavaScript, for instance, I could.
However, the reference chapters -- always the most important part of a computer text -- are fairly useless. The IE DOM is hardly explained -- it could warrant a book of its own, but this book's sketchy outline is useless. The way the appendixes are laid out is inconsistent and not visual enough -- you have to dig for the information you need (for instance, which browser supports which core object).
Finally, and worst of all, the methods reference doesn't give you any clue as to the parameters of the methods! I often find myself looking up the object description here, then going to MSDN to se what the parameters are. How silly.
3 of 5, because it *could* have been truly the only JavaScript book any serious programmer needs. As is, I'm off to the store to finally get a decent reference book. (Problem there is that all of them pre-date IE5. Where's the update, O'Reilly?)
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