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Chapter 2: ECMAScript Basics.
Chapter 3: Object Basics.
Chapter 4: Inheritance.
Chapter 6: DOM Basics.
Chapter 7: Regular Expressions.
Chapter 8: Browser and Operating System Detection.
Chapter 9: All about Events.
Chapter 10: Advanced DOM Techniques.
Chapter 11: Forms and Data Integrity.
Chapter 12: Sorting Tables.
Chapter 13: Drag and Drop.
Chapter 14: Error Handling.
Chapter 16: Client-Server Communication.
Chapter 17: Web Services.
Chapter 18: Interacting with Plugins.
Chapter 19: Deployment Issues.
Posted January 20, 2014
This is an excellent book. No question 5 stars. However, it is very dense and chapters 4-8, which repeats some information in slightly different contexts, could confuse some beginners as it did me, not a beginner. But it you take your time, read slowly and thoughtfully, and re-read these chapters a of couple times, the information will start to sink in and it will start to make some sense why some information in chapters 4-8 was presented in the way it was.
One thing I particularly like about the book is that the author likes to use ECMAScript as the starting reference point for discussions. By using a single starting reference point throughout the book, and by initially comparing Browser implementations against ECMAScript, instead of immediately comparing Browser implementations against one another, the topics are presented in a far more logical/organized fashion for the brain to comprehend than they would be otherwise, and the book is well positioned not only for logically comparing Browser implementations against one another, but for comparing Browser implementations against the ideal, ECMAScript, which not only gives the book an air of authority, but makes it an excellent reference. In other words, the book does not teach the language through the differences in Browser implementations. Rather, it first teaches the language through the standards, and then it teaches Browser implementations; first, by comparison to the standards, and then by comparison to other Browsers. This, I thought, was excellent idea, and it was well done. Chapters 10-21 are good at this.
My only complaints about the book are that the index is weak (I started keeping one myself), and that the book's binding broke and the pages are falling out.
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