|Number of Pages||:||460 Pages|
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Good quickstart, history and nature of JS, JS reference style sections split of the book.From a non-novice JS developer's point of view, I was able to learn a lot. The History, nature of JS and reference sections tackled JS things that I tend to forget ~all the time~. Especially problems with losing scope from time to time. Thankfully the book does an amazing job at explaining the small reasons why this things happen more often than we'd like to.
Good book. To read 1-2 times is enough.
Covers ECMAScript 5. Objects are explained very throuroughly.
Perhaps the most concise technical book I've read.