Another Javascript book

I decided I had better complete my Javascript trilogy with the first book.  (The other two are Javascript: the Good Parts and Javascript Patterns) This is a major book for a major language.  I think I agree with this guy to a point, that Javascript is possibly the most important language right now.  It’s weird to contemplate but the language has taken kind of a stealth advance in recent years.

Of course it could be toppled very easily.  Visual Basic was probably the most important language at one point.

So far the book is extremely thorough, and touches on some new ECMAScript5 stuff that wasn’t addressed in “the Good Parts” (i.e. Object.Create stuff).  This is not really a reading book but I’m reading it anyway.



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