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JavaScript: In an Instant

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Average Customer Rating: 3.6

Customer Rating: 5
Summary: From a Teacher
Comment: Covering the application of JavaScript, it is probably the most concise and reasonable representation I have used for instruction!

Customer Rating: 5
Comment: this is a very practical book for those who learn best from examples. i'm a certified internet professional and I favor these visual books a great deal cause they just cut to the chase.

It's a no-nonsense approach that teaches you all the fundamentals of javascript without boring you with excessive details.

for those who need details or more explainations on javascript, get a companion book with this one and you should be all set.

overall, a book that you can learn javascript from scratch, very easily, and a reference for the more advanced programmer.

highly recommended.

Customer Rating: 4
Summary: Good book if you want quick info and know Java already
Comment: I needed to do some work in Javascript that required a moderate skill level. I already know "real" Java as well as HTML and didn't want to get a 500+ page manual detailing every single aspect of Javascript...I simply don't need that level of knowledge for what I'm doing. I've been working with Java for just over five years, and programming for just over twenty years. If you're like me and simply need to solutions quickly and you are an experienced programmer, this book is quite good. I was able to extract the information I needed in just a few hours. On the other hand, if you're a complete novice to programming or Java is foreign to you, you might want to look at books that are a little less aggressive in their approach. It would be nice if they added an appendix of the Javascript classes and methods used, but for as little as this book costs, I can't complain.