Author: Axel Rauschmayer
From here Part III tackles some easier and more traditional topics - arrays, regular expressions, dates, math, JSON, standard globals, unicode and finishes on a look at ECMAScript 5.
Part IV is about Tips, Tools and Libraries. This has chapters on style, debugging, subclassing built in objects, JSDoc, libraries and module systems.
Overall this is a good book, but it could be improved. Parts I and II simply make the book a bit thicker than it need be and don't really help the complete beginner. Part II could be reduced to a single chapter at the start of the book and Part I should be incorporated into Part II. This would make the book more suitable for more expert programmer - it isn't suitable for the complete beginner in its present form anyway.
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