[IPython-dev] javascript book?

Matthias BUSSONNIER bussonniermatthias@gmail....
Mon Jun 17 11:26:13 CDT 2013


Le 17 juin 2013 à 18:06, Jörgen Stenarson a écrit :

> Raymond Yee skrev 2013-06-17 17:51:
>> Hi Jörgen,
>> 
>> What's your current knowledge level and how do you like to learn?
>> 
> I have never done any javascript so I guess I'm far behind you. But I do 
> know programming (python, C, mathematica...). Thanks for your 
> suggestions I will look at them.

I haven't read but heard of 
http://eloquentjavascript.net/

with a few resources to free books here : 
http://jsbooks.revolunet.com/

I am  personally subscribed to 
http://dailyjs.com/
which present 3 small js lib per day in ~ 10 lines each, which is good to catch up with what happened in js world and know what exist.

> I will try to come up with a small project where I can use javascript. I 
> find it easier to learn when I have something concrete to solve.


on dailys, there is a big tutorial where you learn how to build a full js app from scratch with a new chapter every other week. IIRC it's a simple 
todo app that evolve with live collaboration and google syncing, outstrip, backbone etc. 

I haven't done it but skim through from time to time to know what can be done.
-- 
Matthias
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