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At the cost, all front-end, back-end and full stack developers should have this sitting among their technical book collection. Cheaper than many e-books.
My only issue (and this may be the case for me alone) lies with the print quality. Beginning with the Foreword and ending with the Appendix section, I have counted fourteen (14) pages with variable print density: left of each page suggest low-toner or my book was at the end of print batch run. Nonetheless, words are fairly visible, but I had to remove one star for this issue alone.
Final verdict: Content is resourceful (grade A) which is all you can ask for in when it comes to technical reference material, however the print quality (C) needs quality check before shipping out to vendors.