The Joy of JavaScript (Manning)
Wednesday, 10 March 2021

This book covers the key design concepts of JavaScript that lead to clean, lean, modular, and easy-to-maintain code. Luis Atencio covers cutting edge APIs, language features, and coding styles to tackle tricky problems in an elegant manner. Along the way, he discusses good object design, how to drive business logic with functional thinking, and untangle complex data flows.

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Author: Luis Atencio
Publisher: Manning
Date: March 2021
Pages: 360
ISBN: 978-1617295867
Print: 1617295868
Audience: JavaScript developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: JavaScript

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Topics include: 

  • JavaScript’s objects and module system   
  • Working with higher order functions  
  • Identifying and creating composable software   
  • Preparing for upcoming JavaScript features

 

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