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    Book !


    Any good book for OOP in javascript ?? detailed and easy to understand !
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    Don't know any book, but maybe this page can help you to get started: Introduction to Object-Oriented JavaScript
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    MrFujin dear I want to go beyond intro ... I want to reach on advance level not the beginner level. Wells thank you so much for it !
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    Originally Posted by ionezation
    MrFujin dear I want to go beyond intro ... I want to reach on advance level not the beginner level. Wells thank you so much for it !
    Hi,

    I've always found the books from O'Reilly Publishers to be extremely helpful.

    While I haven't read it,

    The Principles of Object-Oriented JavaScript
    By Nicholas C. Zakas

    I do recommend it (based on the publisher's standards)
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    Originally Posted by ionezation
    Any good book for OOP in javascript ?? detailed and easy to understand !
    JavaScript is primarily an
    event driven programming
    language and therefore
    is a poor choice for learning
    Object-Oriented Programming.
    If you already understand
    something more than the basics
    of Object-Oriented Programming
    and have a good foundation in JavaScript
    then you will easily be able to utilize
    it's principles in JavaScript.
    Good luck with that.
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    Originally Posted by daveyerwin
    JavaScript is primarily an
    event driven programming
    language and therefore
    is a poor choice for learning
    Object-Oriented Programming.
    If you already understand
    something more than the basics
    of Object-Oriented Programming
    and have a good foundation in JavaScript
    then you will easily be able to utilize
    it's principles in JavaScript.
    Good luck with that.
    I find that books that deal with
    Object-Oriented Programming
    in plain English much more
    helpful than those devoted to
    any given language. I am concerned
    that books devoted to
    any given language are
    written by experts in that
    language who are not necessarily
    experts in OOP. I advise looking
    for a book that deals with Objects
    in plain English as well as books
    on the JavaScript language.
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    aggred with 'daveyerwin' ... advance level books should be in plain english ... you know lots of computer books writer use their emotions while they are teaching the concept ... i am not saying its not worthy but sometimes it feels little bit FATIGUE :x .. really sometimes i have to quit that book so leaving the subject inbetween .. I left larry ullman`s PHP n Mysql 4th edition.

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