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Zeroes in on new and emerging APIs such as the Selectors API, Web Workers, and Cross-Document Messaging
Shows how to implement drag and drop file upload with Ajax and the File API
Highlights the new core language features introduced in ECMAScript5
Explains how to work with data formats such as XML and JSON
Looks at what's coming in ECMAScript Harmony
Walks you through creating offline-capable web applications
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It provides deep insight in the inner workings of the language and all its features but fails to lay down the more general patterns that emerge in computer languages that are... Read morePublished 3 months ago by AlejandroGP
This is a very informative book well worth the time to read it. I wished that Nicholas covered Promises and provided some details.Published 3 months ago by Greg
I don't like the way the author is describing subject, it is very hard to learn from this book, i think it should explain things in a way programmers would understand better.Published 3 months ago by tamord
Comprhensive gude, but very easy to read, that's what I must value from this bookPublished 4 months ago by Fernando Briceï¿œo
Beginners in JS will likely struggle with some of this book. I am not new to programming just new to JS and there is plenty in this book that isn't clear as far as I'm concerned. Read morePublished 5 months ago by E. Anderson