|Written by Kay Ewbank|
|Monday, 18 December 2017|
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Great books beyond the essentials
Author: Douglas Crockford
Author: David Herman
Giving the book a 5 star rating, Ian concludes
Author: Daniel Parker
However, as Ian Elliot concludes, giving the book 4 stars,
"If you want to know how Promises work and how to use them then read this book very carefully, think hard about what it says and them think really hard when you start to use Promises in any sort of creative way. Or you could just wait for async and await which you will understand immediately and write good code without even trying. A good book but not a good technology." Given the fact that async and await are now here, a point worth bearing in mind.
Author: Ian Elliot
As Ian is a member of the I Programmer team impartiality means we don't have a full review, but I can share the comments I made having read it from cover to cover:
Higly recommended to any programmer really wanting to master the language.
Author: Nicholas C. Zakas
His advice is that if you don't know about good style and good programming practices that mostly apply to other languages then you should read the book because you need to know this.
Author: Larry Ullman
Author: Ben Vinegar & Anton Kovalyov
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