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Joris Renting
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Hi,

I had a look at the table of contents and the sample chapter. The book seems to be quite comprehensive, but it also seems to be quite elementary. Most developers have come in contact with javascript and jquery at some point in their careers. They will have learned most of the things from the book. And the developers that have spent some time actually looking into jquery will have come into contact with pretty much anything that I could see in the table of contents.

Do you think that even advanced developers could benefit from this book? And why?
 
Mary Delamater
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Hi Joris

The book is geared more toward beginner to intermediate readers, so you're right, advanced readers might find it to be more review than new information. However, we do try to present information about the prototypal nature of JavaScript, and about the module pattern, that even advanced readers might find useful.

Mary

Joris Renting wrote:Hi,

I had a look at the table of contents and the sample chapter. The book seems to be quite comprehensive, but it also seems to be quite elementary. Most developers have come in contact with javascript and jquery at some point in their careers. They will have learned most of the things from the book. And the developers that have spent some time actually looking into jquery will have come into contact with pretty much anything that I could see in the table of contents.

Do you think that even advanced developers could benefit from this book? And why?
 
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