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Publisher's Summary

Download this Best-Selling JavaScript Computer Programming Bundle that contains:

JavaScript: Beginner's Guide to Programming Code with JavaScript JavaScript: Tips and Tricks to Programming Code with JavaScript

Learn JavaScript programming today and begin your path towards JavaScript programming mastery!

In the definitive JavaScript beginner's guide, you're about to discover how to program code in JavaScript through learning the core essentials that every JavaScript programmer must know. JavaScript is on the internet everywhere we look. Thanks to JavaScript, many of the sites that you enjoy are able to run the way that they are supposed to. And when you understand how JavaScript works, you are going to have the advantage of knowing how websites function effectively.

Here is a preview of what you'll learn...

  • Essentials of JavaScript programming. Quickly pick up the code examples found on the book and start learning the concepts as you code
  • Major aspects of JavaScript programming - including concepts that are found on other computer languages
  • Various mechanics of JavaScript programming: variables, conditional statements, etc. and why learning these core principles are important to JavaScript programming success
  • How JavaScript and HTML are able to effectively work together to create better web pages
  • And much, much more!

©2017 Charlie Masterson (P)2017 Charlie Masterson

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If you are new to JavaScript read this book first. It's enjoyable and easy to digest. The samples of code are really useful. Highly recommended particularly for people new to JavaScript. This book is intended for beginners, and it is excellently written. The chapters are easy to follow, and if you read carefully, you will easily overcome all the instructions posted here.

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GOOD BOOK

This book is informative and able to provide you with all of the tools you need to achieve your goals whatever it may be. Learning from this book gives you a good start to study Java Script language. This book helps me understand JavaScript. I was able to know the importance and how it was created thanks to the clear sample and explanation. Well written for a short book and it makes coding much more easier. Ideal for beginners and a good refresher topic. Really worth recommending!

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2 Books in 1

What did you love best about JavaScript: 2 Books in 1: Beginner's Guide + Tips and Tricks to Programming Code with JavaScript?

I gave up on this book after quickly reading the first 12 chapters, because it is so sloppily written. Here are a couple of typical sentences from the beginning of Chapter 13: "Before moving to this section, it is very important to notice that a lot of browsers automatically blocks AJAX ...

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I gave up on this book after quickly reading the first 12 chapters, because it is so sloppily written. Here are a couple of typical sentences from the beginning of Chapter 13: "Before moving to this section, it is very important to notice that a lot of browsers automatically blocks AJAX ...

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The first example of an array in Chapter 10 shows a confusingly incorrect example of a simple operation. It looks as if the author dashed the book off quickly and didn't take the time to read what he had written before rushing off to write his next book. This sloppiness creates an unnecessary obstacle to understanding a straightforward topic that a conscientious author could describe with perfect accuracy and clarity.

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oops, I ment ti buy a book on JAVA

made a mistake, wrong language. hope they will let me return it. probably a good read though.

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