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JavaScript Phrasebook

© September 2006 Anthony Lawrence


I've reviewed a few other titles in this "Phrasebook" series (just type "Phrasebook" into the search box at the top of the page). I like the concept: small, pocketbook size, relatively short.

Of course "short" usually means leaving things out. In this case, I'm impressed by how much is packed in here: this covers a lot of ground in a few hundred pages. Of course nothing is in great depth: this isn't a replacement for O'Reilly's "Javascript - the Definitive Guide". It is a nice little companion piece for it - there is some overlap, but the idea here is to present short examples to solve specific problems rather than teaching everything there is to know.

Amazon Order (or just read more about) Ajax, Creating Web Pages with Asynchronous JavaScript and XML  from vaScript PhrasebookAmazon.com

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