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JavaScript Enlightenment: Now Available

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I'm pleased to help promote the follow-up to Cody Lindley's fantastic jQuery Enlightenment eBook, appropriately titled, JavaScript Enlightenment. Building upon his previous book, this newest release focuses exclusively on JavaScript objects, and will assist you in transitioning from a library user, to a full-fledged JavaScript developer!

JavaScript Enlightenment

Need a Sample

If you need a sampling of the type of content the book offers, be sure to check out the excerpt on Nettuts+, which focuses on the ever-confusing this keyword.


So What's This Book About?

" This book is not about JavaScript design patterns or implementing an object-oriented paradigm with JavaScript code. It was not written to distinguish the good features of the JavaScript language from the bad. It is not meant to be a complete reference guide. It is not targeted at people new to programming or those completely new to JavaScript. Nor is this a cookbook of JavaScript recipes. Those books have been written.

It was my intention to write a book to give the reader an accurate JavaScript worldview through an examination of native JavaScript objects and supporting nuances: complex values, primitive values, scope, inheritance, the head object, etc. I intend this book to be a short and digestible summary of the ECMA-262, Edition 3 specification, focused on the nature of objects in JavaScript.

If you are a designer or developer who has only used JavaScript under the mantle of libraries (such as jQuery, Prototype, etc), it is my hope that the material in this book will transform you from a JavaScript library user into a JavaScript developer."


Who is Cody Lindley?

Cody Lindley is a client-side engineer (aka front-end developer) and recovering Flash developer. He has an extensive background working professionally (11+ years) with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Flash, and client-side performance techniques as it pertains to web development. If he is not wielding client-side code he is likely toying with interface/interaction design or authoring material and speaking at various conferences. When not sitting in front of a computer, it's a sure bet he is hanging out with his wife & kids in Boise, Idaho, training for triathlons, skiing, mountain biking, road biking, alpine climbing, reading, watching movies, or debating the rational evidence for a Christian worldview. Currently he is working for memolane.com as a Lead Client-side Engineer.


Buy the Book!

JavaScript Enlightenment

If you're hoping to take your JavaScript skills to the next level, absolutely pick this one up without a second thought. There's nobody more qualified to bring you to the next level than Cody. A huge thumbs up from the Nettuts+ editor.

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