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Today, the technique mentioned in this book can be easily done with the help of moder OK, this pretty-old book is closing my Reading Challenge. Today, the technique mentioned in this book can be easily done with the help of modern JS framework. But like I mentioned earlier, this book gives you an understanding on the deep level, beyond the framework, pure JS. If you're expert on JS, maybe you'll get boring by the topics. But if you intermediate or beginner JS programmer and curious about how the language is constructed under the framework layer, this book worth to read.
Then, he gets right to it by providing chapter after chapter of real-world examples of how to build useful stuff from this base. While he doesn't use jQuery in his code examples, per se, along the way you will learn Let's get this straight right away: the author is John Resig, the creator of the jQuery library, so obviously this guy knows what he is talking about. While he doesn't use jQuery in his code examples, per se, along the way you will learn how and why jQuery was constructed.
Lots of good stuff to learn here that you can directly apply to your own projects, no matter what library if any that you use. Mar 26, Will Meurer rated it liked it.
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But what I found even more revealing is his review of several, I will call them projects for lack of a better name, that laid the foundations for what is now jQuery. Hmmmm that sounds very familiar. He then starts to introduce jQuery and how he started developing it. What I really like about this book is Resig continually shows simple foundational examples of what I consider key elements of the jQuery library.