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Book: The Art & Science of JavaScript

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If you haven't heard, a new JavaScript book is out on the market. The text is published by Sitepoint and is coauthored by James Edwards, Michael Mahemoff, Ara Pehlivanian, Cameron Adams, Dan Webb, Christian Heilmann and Simon Willison.

Who the publisher says the book is for:

This book is targeted at intermediate JavaScript developers who want to take their JavaScript skills to the next level without sacrificing web accessibility or best practice. If you’ve never written a line of JavaScript before, this probably isn’t the right book for you—some of the logic in the later chapters can get a little hairy.

If you have only a small amount of experience with JavaScript, but are comfortable enough programming in another language such as PHP or Java, you’ll be just fine—we’ll hold your hand along the way, and all of the code is available for you to download and experiment with on your own.

And if you’re an experienced JavaScript developer, we would be very, very surprised if you didn’t learn a thing or two. In fact, if you only learn a thing or two, you should contact us here at SitePoint—we may have a book project for you to tackle!

What they say you'll learn:

* Create a slick Google Maps and Flickr mashup.
* Build your own fully accessible 3D maze.
* Have some fun with draggable and sortable table columns.
* Give your site some extra personality with client-side badges.
* Write better code faster using metaprogramming techniques.
* Create stunning vector graphics using the canvas element.
* Become a debugging expert using pro-level Firebug tricks.

What's in the TOC:

Chapter 1: Fun with Tables
Chapter 2: Creating Client-side Badges
Chapter 3: Creating Vector Graphics with canvas
Chapter 4: Debugging and Profiling with Firebug
Chapter 5: Metaprogramming with JavaScript
Chapter 6: Building a 3D Maze with CSS and JavaScript
Chapter 7: Flickr and Google Maps Mashups

Visit the book's homepage at Sitepoint

If you've had a chance to start reading this book, please post your review in the comments.