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Addison-Wesley, 2002 - Computers - 289 pages
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-- Geared towards young programmers and designers who want results fast.

-- Includes extensive practical tips and techniques, plus a convenient reference section for JavaScript developers at every level of skill.

-- Well organized, attractively laid out, and competitively priced get down to the nitty gritty!

JavaScript remains the #1 language for building dynamic Web pages and applications -- and Nitty Gritty JavaScript gives Web professionals the concise, practical tutorial they need to get results with JavaScript, fast. It focuses on the essence of JavaScript, combining clearly written tutorials, expert tips and tricks, and a handy reference to the features used most widely and offering the greatest value. The book begins with a concise, practical introduction to JavaScript 1.3 that focuses on the use of the language in real-life Web applications and scenarios. Part II builds on this foundation, presenting an extensive collection of real-world tips and techniques designed to build your JavaScript skills and extend your range as a developer. Part III is a to-the-point reference focused on JavaScript 1.2 and 1.3's most important features, elements, and attributes. For every novice programmers, Web developer, and Web designer seeking to master the essence of JavaScript quickly, and for JavaScript developers at any skill level who want a convenient, hands-on reference.

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About the author (2002)

Elmar Dellwig has been a computer enthusiast since the days of the C64 and is now an Information Technology tutor.

Ingo Dellwig, a young computer expert, founded SPECTROsoftware, several years ago, which produces homepages for companies in a variety of industries.

Dellwig is a young computer expert who founded SPECTROsoftware several years ago.

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