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  • Capa dura: 622 páginas
  • Editora: John Wiley & Sons; Edição: 1 (21 de julho de 2014)
  • Idioma: Inglês
  • ISBN-10: 1118871650
  • ISBN-13: 978-1118871652
  • Dimensões do produto: 19 x 4,1 x 23,6 cm
  • Peso do produto: 1,4 Kg
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Learn How To
Read and write JavaScript
Make your sites more interactive
Use jQuery to simplify your code
Recreate popular web techniques

Techniques Include
Slideshows and lightboxes
Improved forms and validation
Using Ajax, APIs, and JSON Filtering, searching, and sorting

Online Support
Code samples and practical exercises available online at: www.javascriptbook.com
Plus bonus reference materials

Welcome to a nicer way to learn JavaScript & jQuery.

Are you new to JavaScript, or have you added scripts to your web page but want a better idea of how they work? Then this book is for you. We'll not only show you how to read and write JavaScript, but we'll also teach you the basics of computer programming in a simple, visual way. All you need is an understanding of HTML and CSS.

This book will teach you how to make your websites more interactive, engaging, and usable. It does this by combining programming theory with examples that demonstrate how JavaScript and jQuery are used on popular sites. In no time at all you will be able to think and code like a programmer.

From the author of the best-selling HTML & CSS: Design and Build Websites www.htmlandcssbook.com

Sobre o Autor

JON DUCKETT has been designing and building websites for over 15 years. He has worked with small startups and global brands, and has written more than a dozen books on web design and programming.

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Excelente livro e termos de conteúdo. Completo, didático, de leitura agradável e com um visual muito bonito, apesar de particularmente achar que páginas brilhantes são ruins para ler a noite com iluminação artificial, pois dão bastante reflexo. O único problema, que considero bem sério, é a encadernação do livro que é extremamente deficiente. No primeiro dia de uso as páginas se soltaram da capa (ver foto em anexo). Antes de comprar, verifiquei um comentário parecido no site americano da Amazon e agora pude constatar a dura realidade. Vou precisar mandar encadernar novamente. Fora este inconveniente, recomendo muito esta série do Jon Duckett (também tem o livro de HTML e CSS), pois para mim, que conhecia muito pouco do assunto, foi de grande aproveitamento.
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Esta avaliação foi considerada útil por 247 de 257 pessoa(s):
3.0 de 5 estrelas Good and informative, but riddled with errors JavaScript novices might not notice. 23 de julho de 2014
Por Kyle Halleman - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: Capa comum Compra verificada
I love Jon Duckett's HTML and CSS book, it has been an invaluable resource in my career. I first started learning web development using it. I was eagerly awaiting this book for over a year. I couldn't wait to learn JavaScript any longer, so I picked up JavaScript: The Definitive Guide and learned a lot online thanks to Codecademy, CodeAvengers, and lots of other great online resources. So, I have a pretty good grasp of JavaScript and use it every day in my job. I still picked up this book when it was released because Duckett's previous book was so important to me and it never hurts to get different perspectives and reinforce my skills and knowledge.

I'm about halfway through this book so far and I love it, I'm learning some new things and understanding some concepts from a different angle than I previously did. So, it's already worth the price. However, this book could have used another pass through by a technical editor. It seems like they switched up how they wrote variables and functions halfway through and forgot to fix all the examples in the book. I'm just finishing the events chapter right now and the final example has grievous errors that prevent the page from working as intended. See below:

function writeLabel(e) {
if (!e) {
e = window.event;
target = event.target || event.srcElement;
textEntered = e.target.value;
noteName.textContent = textEntered;

Rather, it should be:

function writeLabel(e) {
if (!e) {
e = window.event;
target = e.target || e.srcElement;
textEntered = target.value;
noteName.textContent = textEntered;

Go to the accompanying website and try it for yourself: the "Audio Note" text doesn't update. I ignored the first few errors like this but when I got to this point in the book I just had to let others on Amazon know of the problems (my first Amazon review!). I like Duckett and want this book to succeed, but it needs another pass by a technical editor before complete novices can get full utility out of it.

Luckily, I have a good understanding of JavaScript so I can see where the errors are and correct them (maybe it's all a test!?). However, this book is intended for people who have never learned any JavaScript before and thus they will not realize the errors in the code. I'm sure the second printing or edition will fix some of these errors. If you're new to JavaScript, I want to recommend this but there are some gaping errors, so you should be careful and back up your learning with other resources.
Esta avaliação foi considerada útil por 64 de 68 pessoa(s):
5.0 de 5 estrelas Excellent resource 4 de julho de 2014
Por Max Antonucci - Publicada na Amazon.com
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I've studied Javascript in classes and on my own with other resources, and this book is definitely one of the best, clearest resources for understanding the language. It covers all the core elements clearly, and gradually adds more layers to what's being taught, which is especially important since so many people I know are overwhelmed with how complicated the language can be at times.

The only downside, as I thought, is that there's a LOT to cover. One already needs a basic understanding of HTML and CSS, and then these are two more closely-connected languages that need to be covered. So it takes commitment and persistence to really get the language down. If you have that, though, this is one of the best ways to learn the language outside of a classroom.
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4.0 de 5 estrelas avoid older editions 16 de maio de 2016
Por Mark VI - Publicada na Amazon.com
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I originally gave this book 1 star because of the outrageous number of errors. I spent an hour going through the website's Errata trying to make all the corrections. However, even many of the corrections are murky, directing you to download updated code examples that don't exist. The author seems to have left this book for dead, even providing a dead email address on the website. The last straw was when my copy started falling apart...

Update: I was so disappointed with the quality of this book that I called the publisher (Wiley) to complain. They confirmed my issues and said that they were issuing free replacements of the book. In my case, having purchased from Amazon, they said I would have to go through the Seller, which I did. The seller ended up issuing me a full refund.

I re-purchased the latest printing of the book at Barnes & Noble and can report that all the errors have been corrected and the binding issue seems to have been resolved. So...

My warning to you is to avoid purchasing this book from Amazon, because you will not be able know if you have an older version with the above issues or a newer version without the issues.

That being said, I now give this book 4 stars. It is very thorough in explaining JavaScript in detail. My only two complaints are:

(1) the lack of any exercises to re-enforce the material; you read something then move on to the next subject. A lot of the material didn't "stick" without a way to re-enforce the concepts.

(2) I felt the book lacked real-world insights about JavaScript. For example, the newer .querySelector() is far superior and more flexible than .getElementById() or .getElementsByClassName(), but all were described matter-of-factly, without any descrimination. It was left up to you to figure out when or why, all things being equal, to use one over the other.

Finally, if you already have a good grasp of JavaScript, this book is a very good reference.
Esta avaliação foi considerada útil por 26 de 27 pessoa(s):
5.0 de 5 estrelas Must Have, under $40 is a steal! 15 de julho de 2014
Por Alvin Nguyen - Publicada na Amazon.com
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I received the book last week and already found myself lost into it. I have the HTML & CSS book as well; these books are great references for any level of coding. I took a 10 week Front-End Web Development course from General Assembly and it was pretty rough, I had no coding experience at all and struggled through the JavaScript portion. This book is amazing, it offers great illustrations of all codes and the results. I've read a handful of coding books and by far this one of the best, if not the best. I would say this would be close to a magazine if anything, just the format itself is gorgeous, it's not heavy on the text like other books and everything is color-coordinated so you can easily follow along. If you hate reading lengthy, lackluster coding books, then is the book for you. Definitely worth the investment!
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5.0 de 5 estrelas A well-designed introduction to JavaScript that works extremely well as a physical hardcover book. 7 de dezembro de 2014
Por Al Zimmerman - Publicada na Amazon.com
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We recently started using this book at Portland Code School after several of our students recommended it to us. Their copies are dog-eared and infused with post-it flags.

This introductory information is available literally everywhere on the web and the question you have to ask is, "Why bother with a physical book?" The answer to that question is simply to experience the hardcover version of this book.

It's beautiful. Inviting. Its page layout and graphic design tell you that you are embarked upon something professional and yet easy to learn. The text is written with a simplicity that doesn't talk down to the reader. This book is clear in its explanations and yet comprehensive in its coverage of the subject. As much as I love the "Head First" series of books, some times they are too precious. This book is just as inviting, but it condenses the information and covers a lot of ground.

At first I was concerned that, like some coffee table books, the coating on the pages showed finger prints. I didn't want to mar the excellent presentation. But, as I continue to use it, revisiting pages and reviewing elements of the language, I started to view them as footprints in the snow -- reassurance that I had been here before and already knew something about the subject. They were one of the many ways I can track my progress.

There will come a time that I don't visit these pages as often, as always happens with introductory books to technical subjects. And, I will also buy an ebook version of this when it's available so I can track along with my students without having to carry paper around as they experience and enjoy the textbook for the first time.

But I will continue to recommend this, as a physical book, to students of JavaScript.