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You might get more from google developer website rather than this book in terms of performance. DOM Scripting advice still holds true and is a driver behind libraries like React.
Jan 04, Matthew Rotter rated it really liked it.
Learning the bash Shell. Every time you open the pdf, it started back at the beginning. The title should be at least 4 characters long. After three or four false starts, I was able to read this book until it was done.
Finally forced myself to finish c.zaks it, but found little of value in the back half of the book. Responsive Interfaces and Programming Practices have some good ideas. How you determine which ones higy holding up the show with your latest nicholaas
May 06, David Zukowski rated it really liked it. But the last little bits drop in. Nicholas is a strong advocate for development best practices including progressive enhancement, accessibility, performance, scalability, and maintainability. Certain chapters still hold relevant nuggets of advice but overall this book is no longer a must read, in particular all of the browser benchmarks need to be rerun on modern browsers.
I’d recommend intermediate and some advanced JS folks to skim certain chapters; just watch out for the speed tests — use jsperf. Sams Teach Yourself Django in 24 Nichopas.
Feb 05, Katherine rated it really liked it. At least until next semester’s RegEx class with Prof. The Good Partsand even though this isn’t as pure or well-written as Crockford’s, it gives some nice, practical advice that goes well with the more philosophical Crockford book.
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