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I decided to share all my eBooks on programming. This week is JavaScript.

JavaScript is a scripting language most often used for client-side web development. It was the originating dialect of the ECMAScript standard. It is a dynamic, weakly typed, prototype-based language with first-class functions. JavaScript was influenced by many languages and was designed to look like Java, but be easier for non-programmers to work with.

Although best known for its use in websites (as client-side JavaScript), JavaScript is also used to enable scripting access to objects embedded in other applications.

  • Wrox – Professional JavaScript for Web Developers
  • Wiley – Making Use of JavaScript
  • Wiley – JavaScript in 10 Simple Steps or Less
  • Wiley – JavaScript Bible – 5th Edition
  • Wiley – For Dummies – JavaScript for Dummies – 4th Edition
  • Slides – JavaScript Basics and HTML DOM
  • Slides – Introduction to JSON (JavaScript Object Notation)
  • Slides – Client-Side JavaScript
  • Slides – AOP and FP in JavaScript
  • Sams – Pure JavaScript – Second Edition
  • Sample – The Book of Javascript – Chapter 1
  • Sample – Sitepoint – The JavaScript Anthology
  • Sample – Heilmann – Unobtrusive JavaScript
  • Sample – Designing with JavaScript – Chapter 1
  • Que – Complete Idiot’s Guide to JavaScript – Second Edition
  • Primatech – JavaScript Programming for the Absolute Beginner
  • O’Reilly – JavaScript Application Cookbook
  • O’Reilly – Access Database Design and Programming – Second Edition
  • McGraw-Hill – How to Do Everything with JavaScript
  • Goodman – JavaScript Bible 5th Edition – IE4+ DHTML DOM Quick Reference
  • Goodman – JavaScript Bible 5th Edition – Browser Objects Quick Reference
  • eBook – JavaScript 1.1
  • eBook – Introduction to JavaScript
  • Cheat Sheet – JavaScript
  • Article – Webworks – Advanced JavaScript
  • Article – Synchronous Randomization with JavaScript Arrays
  • Article – Quickstart Tool – JavaScript
  • Article – Numerical Integration Using JavaScript
  • Article – JavaScript Object Oriented Programming
  • Article – Introduction to JavaScript – Part 1
  • Article – Introduction to JavaScript – Part 2
  • Article – Evolving JavaScript 2.0
  • Article – Dynamic Websites Without Safety Risks
  • Article – Client-Side Form Validation Using JavaScript
  • Article – A (Re)introduction to JavaScript
  • Apress – Beginning JavaScript with DOM Scripting and AJAX

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4 thoughts on “eBook Collection: JavaScript

  1. As someone who is just starting out learning programming language I’m sure I will find these helpful. :)

  2. Wow, that is quite the list of java resources. Freakin’ awesome. You rock, Chip!
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