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Read “JavaScript Web Applications jQuery Developers’ Guide to Moving State to the Client” by Alex MacCaw with Rakuten Kobo. Building rich JavaScript. JavaScript Web Applications. 17 reviews. by Alex MacCaw. Publisher: O’Reilly Media, Inc. Release Date: August ISBN: View table of. JavaScript Web Applications is not a book for beginners. In fact, you need to have been doing a fair share of JavaScript development to benefit.

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JavaScript Web Applications by Alex MacCaw

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Building rich JavaScript applications that bring a desktop experience to the Web requires moving state from the server to the client side—not a simple task. This hands-on book takes proficient JavaScript developers through all the steps necessary to create state-of-the-art applications, including structure, templating, frameworks, communicating with the server, and many ot Building rich JavaScript applications that bring a desktop experience to the Web requires moving state from the server to the client side—not a simple task.

This hands-on book takes proficient JavaScript developers through all the steps necessary to create state-of-the-art applications, including structure, templating, frameworks, communicating with the server, and many other issues.

Throughout the book, you’ll work with real-world example applications to help you grasp the concepts involved. Learn how to create JavaScript applications that offer a more responsive and improved experience.

Use the Model-View-Controller MVC pattern, and learn how to manage dependencies inside your application Get an introduction to templating and data binding Learn about loading remote data, Ajax, and cross-domain requests Create realtime applications with WebSockets and Node.

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Mar 30, Ivo Stoykov rated it it was ok Shelves: For me JavaScript in the book’s title is somehow misleading. Thought JavaScript exists in contents it is observed as a building block of some libraries, like jQuery, Node. If one is interested in JavaScript itself maccad is not the right book.

If it is interested in JavaScript based technologies patters, libraries, etc. View all 5 comments. Apr 10, Brett Bukowski rated it it was ok. Goes for breadth over depth; it presents a hodge-podge of ideas and lacks the polish and consistency that usually well-edited O’Reilly books have. However I do like that it assumes that the reader is already fairly adept with JavaScript.

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Feb 21, Miguel Frias rated it it was amazing. Dec 20, Max Lybbert rated it really liked it. This is a well-written book with good advice. It was published just before frameworks like Bootstrap, React, and Angular became popular. Those frameworks implement much of the advice from this book, but they do so in a way that means the programmer can largely ignore the details.

So 1 this book was ahead of its time; and 2 the world has moved on and JavaScript Web Applications is now a little dated. Even so, it’s still a worthwhile read. May 25, Rex rated it it was amazing.

Love this book – I have a background in Flex and all I really care about here is how and why to structure a javascript application and some background into some of the architectural decisions that were made along the way.

While the “Bible” aka “Javascript: The Definitive Guide” seems to be very popular, I liked this book much more as a resource. I loved that it’s a short book. Unfortunately it’s a bit too broad for it’s size. It should make reading the actual source of backbone or some other library easier during day to day development. Aug 05, Alex rated it it was amazing.

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Actually this book is too hard for me by now, but I should write more Applicahions. I particularly like CSS3 reference at the end – laex compact, but yet powerfull. Sep 19, Wei Tchou rated it it was amazing.

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