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Professional JavaScript for Web developers / Matt Frisbie.

By: Frisbie, Matt, author.
Call number: QA76.73.J39 F7573 2020 Material type: TextTextPublisher: Indianapolis, Indiana : Wrox, a Wiley brand, [2020]Edition: Fourth edition.Description: liii, 1145 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781119366447 (pbk.) ; 9781119366355 (ebk.) (Invalid ISBN) ; 9781119366577 (ebk.) (Invalid ISBN) Other title: JavaScript for Web developers.Subject(s): JavaScript (Computer program language) | Web site development
Contents:
What Is JavaScript? -- JavaScript in HTML -- Language Basics -- Variables, Scope, and Memory -- Basic Reference Types -- Collection Reference Types -- Iterators and Generators -- Objects, Classes, and Object-Oriented Programming -- Proxies and Reflect -- Functions -- Promises and Async Functions -- The Browser Object Model -- Client Detection -- The Document Object Model -- DOM Extensions -- DOM Levels 2 and 3 -- Events -- Animation and Graphics with Canvas -- Scripting Forms -- JavaScript APIs -- Error Handling and Debugging -- XML in JavaScript -- JSON -- Network Requests and Remote Resources -- Client-Side Storage -- Modules -- Workers -- Best Practices.
Summary: "Essential guide to next-level JavaScript development. Written for intermediate-to-advanced programmers..."--Page 4 cover.
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Gift of Dr. and Mrs. F.F. Piercy

Previous edition: published as by Nicholas C. Zakas. Indianapolis: Wiley, 2012.

Foreword from cover.

Includes index.

"The ultimate JavaScript guide, updated to ECMAScript 2019:"--Page 4 cover.

What Is JavaScript? -- JavaScript in HTML -- Language Basics -- Variables, Scope, and Memory -- Basic Reference Types -- Collection Reference Types -- Iterators and Generators -- Objects, Classes, and Object-Oriented Programming -- Proxies and Reflect -- Functions -- Promises and Async Functions -- The Browser Object Model -- Client Detection -- The Document Object Model -- DOM Extensions -- DOM Levels 2 and 3 -- Events -- Animation and Graphics with Canvas -- Scripting Forms -- JavaScript APIs -- Error Handling and Debugging -- XML in JavaScript -- JSON -- Network Requests and Remote Resources -- Client-Side Storage -- Modules -- Workers -- Best Practices.

"Essential guide to next-level JavaScript development. Written for intermediate-to-advanced programmers..."--Page 4 cover.

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