JavaScript from Beginner to Professional (Packt)
Friday, 14 January 2022

Subtitled "Learn JavaScript quickly by building fun, interactive, and dynamic web apps, games, and pages", this book demonstrates the capabilities of JavaScript for web application development by combining theoretical learning with code exercises and fun projects that you can challenge yourself with. Laurence Lars Svekis shows how straightforward JavaScript techniques can be used to make web apps ranging from dynamic websites to simple browser-based games.

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The book focuses on key programming concepts and Document Object Model manipulations that are used to solve common problems in professional web applications. These include data validation, manipulating the appearance of web pages, working with asynchronous and concurrent code.

Author: Laurence Lars Svekis
Publisher: Packt
Date: December 2021
Pages: 544
ISBN: 978-1800562523
Print: 1800562527
Kindle: ‎B09M6VJL34
Audience: Developers interested in JavaScript
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: JavaScript

 

 

Topics covered:

  • Use logic statements to make decisions within your code
  • Save time with JavaScript loops by avoiding writing the same code repeatedly
  • Use JavaScript functions and methods to selectively execute code
  • Connect to HTML5 elements and bring your own web pages to life with interactive content
  • Make your search patterns more effective with regular expressions
  • Explore concurrency and asynchronous programming to process events efficiently and improve performance
  • Get a head start on your next steps with primers on key libraries, frameworks, and APIs

 

 

For recommendations of JavaScript books see JavaScript Beginners Book Choice and Advanced JavaScript Book Choices in our Programmer's Bookshelf section.

 

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