- Regular expressions
- Beautiful features
2.You Don’t Know JS
“You Don't Know JS” is actually a series of 6 books which is written by Kyle Simpson.
- Up & Going
- Scope & Closures
- this & Object Prototypes
- Types & Grammar
- Async & Performance
- ES6 & Beyond
This book consists of 22 chapters which cover all the elegant parts from basic programming concepts to intermediate level programming concepts with best practices.
This book offers 68 proven ways that help you to tackle the problem and organize your code.
In this book, you will learn the proper style that how you can start with each project and how you can manage your project throughout development period.
This book divided into three phases consist of design, construction, and maintenance. This book is designed for intermediate-level developers.
This book is the best to guide for you if you want to write client-side, server-side, or desktop application.
Nicholas C. Zakas is the writer for this book and he explained the nature of Object-oriented programming in a unique way.
This book provides the deeper understanding of characteristic including key characteristics like inheritance, functions, objects.
This book is best for both beginners and experts.
In this book, you will learn the best practices for organizing the code and learn that how you can reuse your code.
This book also covers that how you can test, integrate, and deploy the software updates.
This book is for beginners and one of the most up to dated book.
This book covered many advanced topics including new HTML5 elements and their API’s, JSON, function, events, new features of geolocation and much more.
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