Read “JavaScript Web Applications jQuery Developers’ Guide to Moving State to the Client” by Alex MacCaw with Rakuten Kobo. Building rich JavaScript. Items 1 – 20 by Alex MacCaw O’Reilly Media, Inc. JavaScript Web Applications, the image of a .. framework for building JavaScript web applications. You’ll. JavaScript Web Applications is not a book for beginners. In fact, you need to have been doing a fair share of JavaScript development to benefit.

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For starters, using a JavaScript only approach means that not everybody can use it, for example people using screen readers or have JavaScript disabled.

JavaScript libraries As I mentioned before Alex presents a few libraries that will make it easier to create a MVC architecture in the last part of the book. I had heard a lot of talk on the webs about applicationx javascript frameworks, and everyone was debating which was best, but I still didn’t understand how they work or even why one would use one.

JavaScript Web Applications

You’ve successfully reported this review. Mike Li rated it really liked it Mar 28, Even so, it’s still a worthwhile read.

This hands-on book takes proficient JavaScript developers through all the steps necessary to create state-of-the-art applications, including structure, Return to Book Page. If it is interested in JavaScript based technologies patters, libraries, etc. We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. One of my favorites.


Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. View all 5 comments. So 1 this book was ahead of its time; and 2 the world has moved on and JavaScript Web Applications is now a little dated. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps applicatlons devices: Learn how to create JavaScript applications that offer a more responsive and improved experience.

JavaScript Web Applications by Alex MacCaw

If you have a few JavaScript projects under your belt and you feel that there must be better ways to organize and structure the code, this book is definitely for you. This is a well-written book with good advice. This book is relatively advanced and it furthered in many directions my knowledge of javascript and its ecosystem.

The first part of the book introduces the different aspects of the MVC pattern. Mar 30, Ivo Stoykov rated it it was ok Shelves: He has written a JavaScript framework, Spine and developed major applications including Taskforce and Javasceipt, as well as a host of open source work.

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A Dance with Dragons. Joe Gaffey maccas it liked it Oct 19, Lars rated it liked it Jun 08, Throughout the book, you’ll work with real-world example applications to help you grasp the concepts involved.


Thought JavaScript exists in contents it is observed as a building block of some libraries, like jQuery, Node.

The Lies of Locke Lamora. The chapter on events and observing helped solidify my understanding of this core theme of the wpplications language and development, asynchronicity. Start Free Trial No credit card required.

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Artem Latyshev rated it really liked it Sep 02, The single-most important slice of knowledge I gained from Javascript Web Applications came from the three chapters dealing with javascript mvc frameworks.

Use the Model-View-Controller MVC pattern, and learn how to manage dependencies inside your application Get an introduction to templating and data binding Learn about loading remote data, Ajax, and cross-domain requests Create realtime applications with WebSockets and Node. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Aug 05, Alex rated it it was amazing.

Learn how to create JavaScript applications that offer a more responsive and improved experience.

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