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on November 25, 2007
I've owned a lot of programming books in the past, but David Flanagan's Javascript The Definitive Guide is by far one of the best! This book covers all the intricate details of Javascript and contains more than enough information to get any aspiring Javascript programmer started. But it doesn't end there - this book covers advanced details such as pseudo-OO in Javascript, namespaces, Java integration, AJAX, and alot of other features other books tend to gloss over.

If you're going to buy a Javascript book, this is the one to get - Highly recommended!
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on September 11, 2006
If there is an essential online JavaScript/Client-Development resource, it could quite possbly be the QuirksMode site. If there is an essential JavaScript book for developers, this would have to be it. JavaScript: The Definitive Guide, with its roots that date back to 1996, is pushing out its fifth edition after a four year hiatus from the previous release. And it is joining the crowd in the Ajax and Web 2.0 wave. A couple new chapters pertain to Ajax development. But what I find great about this book is the natural tendency to point out "gotchas" in everyday client-side development.
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