Also, the book cover says Ninja, but shows us a Samurai I think. I know some people would not be happy with that (have they fought against each other at some time ?) . Though I will let this be since it does not bother me and more so because over the years at Java Ranch I have come to realize that you don't poke THE BEAR.
Pranav Sharma wrote:I obviously need to understand basics of JS methodologies, does the book discuss them
Also I hear at work that Prototype is past its prime
I agree with this assessment. Prototype was great in its day, but it's not aged well.
I'm a big fan of jQuery (obviously) and it's the library I would recommend.
Also, the book cover says Ninja, but shows us a Samurai I think.
Yeah, I mentioned this in another post. Manning's collection of costumed people apparently doesn't include a ninja, so a samurai is as close as we get!
I have come to realize that you don't poke THE BEAR.