Deep JavaScript: Theory and Techniques (Axel Rauschmayer)

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Deep JavaScript: Theory and Techniques (Axel Rauschmayer)

Learning a range of different frameworks, such as Node.js, React, Angular, and related tools and libraries are made simpler with in-depth knowledge of JavaScript.

The fundamental JavaScript ideas you need to construct contemporary applications are covered in this book.

This book dives deeply into JavaScript:

  • It teaches practical techniques for using the language better.
  • It teaches how the language works and why. What it teaches is firmly grounded in the ECMAScript specification (which the book explains and refers to).
  • It covers only the language (ignoring platform-specific features such as browser APIs) but not exhaustively. Instead, it focuses on a selection of important topics.

After reading this book, you'll be able to write better JavaScript code and learn about the latest trends in the language.

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About the Authors
Dr. Axel Rauschmayer is an expert in web development and JavaScript. He runs the MunichJS user group, offers seminars for Ecmanauten, blogs at, and gives speeches and workshops at conferences.
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