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By: David Flanagan.
This one is my favorite. It really is the definitive guide. Definitely not for the
beginner. If Object-Oriented concepts are new, you'll have to read more carefully.
By: James Keogh
By: Nicholas C. Zakas
object-oriented programming, XML, Web Services and remote scripting.
Covers security, privacy, optimization, intellectual property issues, and obfuscation.
By: William Stanek
Explains functions, strings, text manipulation and regular expressions.
By: Eric Pascarello
500 screenprints demonstrate how to use bottons, detect browser type, change colors,
and use forms.
By Gary B. Shelly, Thomas J. Cashman, William Dorin, Jeffrey Quasney
Several of the authors have already established an excellent reputation in the mainframe area.
Now they are applying their skills to the latest in Web Development.
By: Robert Husted, J. J. Kuslich.
By: James Jaworski.
By: Emily A. Vander Veer.
By: Gordon McComb.
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By: Jerry Bradenbaugh.
By: William H. Murray, Chris H. Pappas.
By: Marc Miyashiro, Anatole Olczak
Java Script Cd Cookbook
By:Erica Sadun, J. Brook Monroe.
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Essential Java Script for Web Professionals
By: Dan Barrett, Dan Livingston, Micah Brown.
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By: Tom Negrino, Dori Smith.
By: Danny Goodman, Brendan Eich.
The book is full of information, but explanations are unclear and many illustrations do not
illustrate the point or obfuscate it with extraneous material. Although it
was done in a hurry it nevertheless can give you enough information about
re-explain things to yourself more clearly than the book does, you'll
make a flying missile out of the book in the general direction of the author.
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