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Understanding ECMAScript 6: The Definitive Guide for JavaScript Developers ePub download

by Nicholas C. Zakas

  • Author: Nicholas C. Zakas
  • ISBN: 1593277571
  • ISBN13: 978-1593277574
  • ePub: 1722 kb | FB2: 1400 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Programming
  • Publisher: No Starch Press; 1 edition (August 16, 2016)
  • Pages: 352
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 927
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Understanding ECMAScript 6: The Definitive Guide for JavaScript Developers ePub download

Nicholas C. Zakas has been working on web applications since 2000, focusing on frontend development, and is known for writing and speaking about frontend best practices

Nicholas C. Zakas has been working on web applications since 2000, focusing on frontend development, and is known for writing and speaking about frontend best practices. He honed his experience during his five years at Yahoo!, where he was principal frontend engineer for the Yahoo! home page.

Nicholas C. Zakas has been working on web applications since 2000, focusing on frontend development, and is known for writing and speak-ing about frontend best practices

Nicholas C. Zakas has been working on web applications since 2000, focusing on frontend development, and is known for writing and speak-ing about frontend best practices.

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Understanding ECMAScript 6. by Nicholas C. Zakas.

Understanding ECMAScript 6. The result of years of study and debate, ECMAScript 6 reached feature complete status in 2014.

In Understanding ECMAScript 6, expert developer Nicholas C. Zakas provides a complete guide to the object types .

Understanding Ecmascript 6 book. Nicholas C. ECMAScript 6 is coming, are you ready? There's a lot of new concepts to learn and understand. Why iterators and generators are useful. How arrow functions are differ from regular functions.

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Coron
Comprehensive and succinct all at once. I cannot believe how quickly this book gives you all you need to know about ES6. I was actually reading Stoyan Stefanov's new book - React Up and Running - while waiting for this book to arrive. There were all these little Snippets of ES6 syntax in Stoyan's book which were introduced, but not comprehensively covered (and there's nothing wrong with that!). After my copy of Understanding EcmaScript 6 arrived I was able to cross-reference all this syntax and new language features and get a deep understanding of them which was just wonderful and incredibly helpful. One of the things I really appreciate about book is you can actually read through it from beginning to end or just read little segments relevant to whatever ES6 feature you've come across and you don't feel lost or overwhelmed. There's also no need to have your laptop open while you crick your neck, holding the book in one hand, typing in pages and pages of code in the other - it makes perfectl sense as-is. Overall just a beautiful, well thought out technical book. I can't recommend it enough!
Hunaya
Over the years, I have bought other books authored by Nicholas C. Zakas, so I knew that this book would be treated with the same level of thoroughness and clear examples. I was not disappointed. Each chapter of the book covers a major area -- Functions, Objects, Sets/Maps, and so on. What I found useful about the book was that I could read just a chapter and get up-to-speed on whatever the chapter covered, so in that sense, this book worked as a reference. Aside from that, the chapters were in-depth, but not overwhelming if you're like me and find your mind wandering after reading dry reference material with no end in sight. I am passionate about JavaScript so I was like a sponge reading the info, but it definitely did help that I could finish a whole chapter in an hour or so -- depending on how often I was stopping to highlight info. The book does a great job of explaining how things were done in the pre-ECMAScript 6 days to set the reader up for why ECMAScript 6 introduced the changes that it did. Overall: great book, highly recommend it!
Zan
Gives great insight into the backroom game of how these standards happen and then takes you through what's new. Skip around to the parts you don't understand, like fat arrow or bind, or read it all as a JS primer. You need to learn these tools to work in JS.
Dagdalas
a great book on the current version of javascript (es6 used in node.js). i have not used javascript in the last 10 years and the language sure has changed and this book allowed me to catch up. i just hope the author keeps updating it when new ecmascript versions come out.

easier to understand than reading the actual standard!!

the coverage of the language reminds me of the old k&r book on the c programming language. succinct, to the point, excellent examples, not boring and highly literate.

the author has created a masterpiece which i hope he will keep updating as the standards get churned out with more and more features,
i for one will keep buying the new editions!
Butius
I have another book my the same author, and he's really excellent. Great organization, explanations, and sample code. I've studied ES6 on a number of websites and he does a better job than anyone else, especially with the complicated topics like Symbols.
Dreladred
This is a very thorough introduction to language changes. With that being said, I realize I don't need the level of thoroughness that is given here, though I appreciate the detail. The author tries to cover all kinds of edge cases and odd behaviors when all I really care about (for the sake of introduction) is the happy paths, or most common use cases.
Vishura
Excellent book very easy to follow and undestand examples.
Totally recommended. Easy to understand. Many and very good examples.
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