Although when learning a programming language, depending on our background, many times we want to learn on the go and as quickly as possible, the truth is that all programmers know how good it is to start with a good book.
The books on JS that you will find below are books mostly in Spanish and they are books that each one stands out in an objective.
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In summary this book is fantastic if:
- If you are one of those who still always depends on libraries like jQuery and you want to achieve more efficient developments with JS.
Among its chapters you will find language techniques and utilities for each possibility offered by this frontend language. In addition, you will find in its entirety a complete reference of the language and its commands, analyzing in depth concepts such as APIs, DOM API level 2 and standard as the XMLHttpRequest object.
You can find this book in Spanish and English versions, the first being much more expensive than the second, so it will depend on your command of English that you can save a good amount of money. Below I leave both links so you can choose quickly.
If you are one of those who like to learn things based on practical examples and less theory this is your book to learn JS. Because? Well, because it contains nothing more and nothing less than 100 exercises that guide you through the entire process.
The intention of the author is that you finish an exercise to move on to the next one. Start with very simple exercises to introduce you to the syntax and basic understanding of the language and progress to exercises of gradual difficulty.
In addition, it is recommended that if you decide to learn with this book, you have previous knowledge of HTML and CSS, since it gives us an introduction to them, despite the fact that they are markup languages and their complexity is less (at least to use them).
In short, this book is for:
- If you already have knowledge of CSS and HTML and want to see how these languages work together in web development.
This, like the previous books, is in Spanish.
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