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    1. None on said:

      Das Buch passt vom Umfang und dem Aufbau gut zur restlichen Learning Reihe von O Reilly Die Screenshots sind sowohl von Mac als auch von Windows, eine angenehme aber knappe Abwechslung Das Hauptproblem ist, dass dieses Buch selbst fuer eine 1st Edition sehr, sehr viele inhaltliche Fehler enthaelt Dies ist sicher besonders aergerlich fuer echte Anfaenger, denen die Fehler unter Umstaenden nicht gleich ins Auge stechen Um einige Beispiele zu nennen 44 quadrat wird als Floating Point bezeichnet19.5 [...]

    2. None on said:

      While the author clearly knows what she s talking about, the way the information is presented in this book, it s very difficult to follow at times unless you are an experienced programmer It reads less like a friendly instructor bending over your shoulder guiding you along, and as someone standing at a podium reading from an encyclopedia using incredibly distilled language that gets quite tedious after a while As others have already pointed this out, I thought I would include some specific exam [...]

    3. None on said:

      This was a required book for my class I have since taken JavaScript at another school and had to use another version I think this version is very technical I felt over whelmed with terminology I think for someone who is just trying to learn the language there are much better books to start with.

    4. None on said:

      Some reviewers felt it wasn t appropriate for beginners I think the book is targeted for people who have some programming experience, but you don t need ANY Javascript background to find this book immensely helpful A basic understanding of HTML I think is a must Beyond that, you could learn Javascript with very little understanding of programming.Shelley meticulously steps through the language and applications Though occasionally using something discussed later in the book, she tells you so and [...]

    5. None on said:

      I ve been a programmer for 35 years On the web side, I ve used PERL, CGI, and PHP So I could work around the problems and spot the numerous errors But it was still disappointing On the one hand, the book advertises that it s appropriate for someone new to development and then helpfully explains why a conditional statement is called conditional On the other hand, the author jumps right in in Chapter 4 to discussing objects and related terms such as properties, methods, encapsulation, and instanti [...]

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