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is Secrets of the JavaScript Ninja 2nd Edition out of date

 
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Hi, I was thinking about reading this book after reading a beginners book on JS. Is this book outdated, or is it still a good read in 2022? Is a 3rd edition coming out soon? I'm going to use JS for front end web development. I did a quick google search and I didn't see any recent reviews from the last year on code ranch or reddit. Thanks.
 
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A 3rd edition is being planned, but there's no announced availability date.

Everything in the 2nd edition is still very relevant for today's JS.
 
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Bear Bibeault wrote:A 3rd edition is being planned, but there's no announced availability date.

Everything in the 2nd edition is still very relevant for today's JS.



Thanks Bear!
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