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Secrets of JavaScript Ninja - Is this book for someone new to JavaScript?

chain singh
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Joined: Feb 28, 2012
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Hello john and bear,


i am a fresher to web development, so is this book good for new comer or this book is for professional?



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Bear Bibeault
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This is not your first JavaScript book. You don't need to know a whole lot of JavaScript, but if you are a rank novice, you should get some experience before tackling this book. It assumes you know basic statements and constructs.

Part 2, which extensively covers functions, closures, prototypes and regular expressions, is something I feel all JavaScript developers can benefit from.


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Qunfeng Wang
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I think the Eloquent JavaScript is a good book for beginners. It's also free on line.


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