Get Programming with JavaScript Next (Manning)
Thursday, 10 May 2018

This book teaches JavaScript developers the most important additions from both ES6 and ES7. Author J. D. Isaacks introduces JavaScript's newest features via lots of short easy-to-digest chapters and exercises to help you master each new concept. Modern browsers, Node, and major libraries have already started to adopt the next generation JavaScript features introduced in this book.

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Author: J. D. Isaacks
Publisher: Manning
Date: Apr 2018
Pages: 313
ISBN: 978-1617294204
Print: 1617294209
Audience: JavaScript programmers
Level: Intermediate
Category: JavaScript

 

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